Senior Associate EMEA Global Distribution Operations

  • Contract
  • Dublin

Website TPM.4878

Our client is a global Biopharmaceutical company based in South Dublin looking for a Senior Associate of EMEA Global Operations who will be responsible for the inventory alignment between our client’s ERP and third parties.


  • Ensure efficient and effective distribution requirements planning and execution for Finished Drug Product in EMEA.
  • Drive Continuous Improvement initiatives and deliver on productivity targets.
  • Ensures compliance with SOX & GMP regulations.
  • Contributes to the completion of milestones associated with order management and specific projects or activities within the team or department related to order management.
  • Responsibilities stock management and DRP.
  • Act as business process owner for stock reconciliation.
  • Perform stock reconciliation between 3rd party inventory and our client’s inventory levels and find root causes of any discrepancies.
  • Monitor stock comparison and resolve stock related issues as part of SOX regulations.
  • Coordinate and conduct physical stock counts, periodic scrapping & executes stock reconciliation, and complete related documentation.
  • Communicate stock related topics with Local Service Providers (LSPs).
  • Schedule Finished Drug Product (FDP) inventory against set levels while optimizing distribution efficiency; Coordinate timely shipment & delivery of FDP with external groups (Warehouse, Planning, Global Distribution, and third parties).
  • Ensures distribution of pharmaceutical product globally.
  • Handling of export- and import documentation.
  • Booking and monitoring of shipments and pro-actively respond on potential issues.
  • Support with the third-party logistics service providers logging distribution complaints.
  • Support with execution of daily track and trace of FDP shipments into the EMEA market.
  • Support inventory alignment between our client’s ERP and third parties.
  • Perform daily analysis of alerts received from the National Medicines Verification Organization (NMVO).
  • Develop and maintain good relationships.
  • Provide input for the monthly (country) KPIs.
  • Represent Global Distribution in cross functional project teams.
  • Identify and initiate process and system improvements.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in in Supply Chain or related area.
  • 3+ years of Supply Chain experience in a GMP and/or GDP regulated industry; Fluency in English, both in oral and written communication.
  • Process and system oriented.
  • Accurate and attention to detail.
  • Analytical skills and problem solving.
  • Communicates effectively.
  • Continuous improvement mindset and open to change.

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