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Clinical Trial Supply Chain Manager

Company: MSI Group Limited
Location: Belgium
Reference: VR-8872
Closing Date: 25 Feb 18
Type: Contract
Salary (£): Competitive

Job Summary:

Freelancing role - Belgium - Supply chain


Well respected Pharmaceutical company in Belgium need an experienced Clinical trial supply chain PM/ Set up Manager who will be accountable for the project management of the set-up of study supply and new capabilities at Clinical trial supply.

Your main responsibilities will be to plans, coordinates and communicates clinical supply activities for all applicable clinical trials during their set-up phase and implements the strategy defined in collaboration with stakeholders

Other responsibilities will include: Study Supply Strategy definition and implementation / Project and Stakeholder Management / Study Set-Up


To be considered you will need:

  • Supply Chain Expertise: (understands key supply chain processes and can balance cost and service to patients, including advanced understanding of the regulatory and GxPs requirements for IMP's as well as clinical trial distribution particularities)
  • Augmented Analytics and insights in the development of supply chain solutions
  • Planning and coordination Projects (apply project management techniques in day to day activities)


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Contact Information:

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