Bayer søker Clinical Supply Manager

Bayer Bayer

Bayer is a global enterprise with core competencies in the Life Science fields of health care and agriculture. As one of the world’s leading innovation companies we are a trendsetter in research intensive areas. Bayer's products and services are designed to improve quality of life. In 2014 Bayer acquired the Norwegian biotech company Algeta and further strengthened our position within innovative cancer research and development. As a result we are investing heavily in production and Research & Development in Norway and increasing our ambition to provide patients with innovative and qualitative treatment. The integration of Algeta is a unique chapter in Bayer’s 57-year long Norwegian history and our greatest pride. Bayer has 160 employees in Norway and is located at Lysaker in new and attractive offices and laboratories. At Bayer you have the opportunity to be part of a culture where we value passion to innovate and give our employees the power to change.

CLINCIAL SUPPLY MANAGER

 

Supply Chain in Product Supply Operations, Bayer AS is a key contributor to Bayer’s development, manufacturing and supply chain of radiopharmaceutical products. As Clinical Supply Manager you will manage development projects, contribute in processes such as forecasting, planning, ordering and distribution of patient doses for global clinical study programs.

We are looking for a candidate with a strong customer focus, proactivity, flexibility, teamwork abilities across functions, and pragmatic problem-solving skills. You have strong communication skills and are able to navigate smoothly in an international and diverse organization. We are looking for a candidate with knowledge in lean methods, digital mindset, focused on continuous improvement and optimization throughout the value chain. The candidate has a passion for people, products and processes.

Responsibilities:

  • The position requires interaction and coordination of comprehensive development programs with clinical operation, technology development and quality assurance departments.
  • Internal project management and coordination across departments and functions
  • Collaboration with external CMO`s (Contract Manufacturing Organizations), vendors and third parties

Preferred background and experience:

  • University degree within life science such as pharmacy, biochemistry, or other relevant chemical or biological disciplines
  • Experience with planning, leading and follow up of development projects in the pharmaceutical industry
  • Experience with digital ordering platforms such as SAP or IRT systems is an advantage
  • Knowledge within radiopharmaceuticals and/or clinical study management will be considered as an advantage
  • Experience with quality standards/guidance as (GMP/GDP/GCP)
  • Experience with clinical studies distribution and logistics

Requirements and skills:

  • Capable of working independently as well as in teams
  • Capable of working proactively and have a problem-solving nature
  • Organized, committed and able to work efficiently within given timelines in local and global teams
  • Excellent communication skills and fluent in English and Norwegian

Additional information:

Workplace is Lysaker, Norway. We can offer positive work environment at our nice offices at Lysaker. In addition to competitive benefits we can also offer good development opportunities.

Contact information:

The recruitment process is carried out in collaboration with the consulting company Borka Consulting AS.
If you would like to find out more about this position before submitting your application, please do not hesitate to contact Cecilie Fraas Borka, phone +47 928 55 352 or email to cecilie@borka.no

Application Process:

Please use the link in this portal:
https://rekry.oikotie.fi/recruitment/application/o/55967/locale/en_US?gtm=1
to apply and upload your CV and motivational letter as soon as possible, no later than October 3rd 2021

 

For å søke på denne stillingen må du sende en e-post med CV og søknadsbrev til andre@borka.no

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