At AstraZeneca we work together across global boundaries to make an impact and find answers to challenges. We do this with the upmost integrity even in the most difficult situations because we are committed to doing the right thing. We continuously forge partnerships that help pursue world-class medicines in new ways, combining our people's exceptional skills with those of people from all over the globe.
The Supply Chain Planning Analyst (SCA) is responsible for support of all elements of the WCH Supply Chain team planning process and the Global planning processes. The SCA will attain and maintain compliance with all system access required (SAP, IDM, OCM, etc.) in support of the Supply Chain team. The SCA is an active member of the WCH Supply process, with daily interactions with internal customers (PETs, BETs), external customers (Global Supply Chain), and vendors. The SCA acts as a key contact for day-to-day activities in support of the supply planning process at WCH.
Essential Job Functions:
Monitoring of consumption of materials and replenishment stocks
Measurement of OTIF for inbound suppliers, including status of open POs and resolution of quality issues impacting OTIF performance
Support of placement of purchase orders for availability of starting materials for production process
Inventory monitoring of all production starting materials in line with global stock targets
Support for the evaluation of safety stock levels, minimum order quantities, and lead times to identify continuous improvement opportunities
Assist in the material disposition process and material destruction process
Provide support to Procurement for credit issues with vendors
Coordination of the return of defective/rejected material with QA, Procurement, Warehouse, and suppliers
Maintains complete and current knowledge of material requirements, production processes, issues affecting product availability, and production disruptions
Planning & Scheduling
Coordination with PMPs and PETs to ensure that production can meet customer demands
Supports scheduling of production and events according to manufacturing rhythm
New Product Introduction
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Logistics, Engineering, or related discipline
1-3 years supply chain experience; looking to build a career in supply chain
Knowledge of cGMPs, SHE, SOX policies and regulations
Knowledge of Material Resource Planning (MRP) and Advanced Planning Systems and related to pharmaceutical production processes
Ability to understand and apply Lean principles
Ability to become proficient in computer systems and applications
Strong knowledge of production supply chain principles
Customer-focused mindset, with strong interpersonal and communications skills
Ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve desired business results.
Familiarity with GMP materials and production
Customer service oriented
MRP and Planning related to pharmaceutical production processes Experience with change management Technical Document Management (TDMS)
Proven ability to work independently and professionally in a cGMP-regulated environment
Knowledge of inventory control and document management systems
Internal/External Contacts & Customers:
New Product Introduction
Non-US AZ sites
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