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Assistant, Supply Chain
Ref No.: 18-07080
Location: Madison, Wisconsin
Start Date / End Date: 11/12/2018 to 05/11/2019
Description/Comment: Assistant, Supply Chain

Preference for full time, 40 hrs/wk, but can also consider part time 30 - 39 hrs/wk. All hours must be worked between 6 am and 6 pm.

The Supply Chain Department is responsible for Materials Management, Management of the Inventory Control System, Procurement, Sales and Operations Planning, Warehouse Management, Material Handling, Incoming Receipts and Shipping.

The Supply Chain Assistant supports the site by monitoring and maintaining inventory accuracy including coordination and executing the removal of aged and obsolete inventory.

• Conducts physical inventory of materials and enters results into Catalent inventory Management System (JD Edwards).
• Coordinates the disposition of aged and/or obsolete inventory with impacted parties including: customers, courier, and internal Catalent staff.
• Resolves problems regarding material issues and communicates to all affected internal and external customers.
• Executes changes to the inventory management system.
• Coordinates with courier to determine accurate lead time expectations and delivery estimates.
• Attends daily and weekly planning meetings to review status and to provide feedback regarding project status, schedule changes and material concerns/ needs.
• Maintains effectiveness of the Quality System components relevant to this position.
Start Time: 12:00 AM
Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm Location: 114 726 Heartland Trail Madison WI 53717 United States
Job Qualifications • Associate's Degree in Supply Chain, Inventory Management, Procurement or related discipline; or
• Current 3rd or 4th year undergraduate student in Supply Chain, Inventory Management, Procurement or related discipline
• Ability to use Excel, Word, and other office systems.
• Maintain high quality documentation in accordance with applicable regulatory guidance and Site SOPs.
• Ability to learn and use ERP software (e.g. JD Edwards®).
• Ability to learn and retain technical information.
• Executes procedures of moderate complexity with high quality.
• Basic understanding of the supply chain in a pharmaceutical laboratory and / or production operation is preferred.
• Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
• Ability to problem solve to initiate and execute/monitor corrective action.
• Ability to independently interpret data, analyze trends and provide insight into potential issues and subsequent solutions.
• Ability to see and hear, read and write clear English.
• Detail oriented and well organized with ability to work effectively under high pressure with multiple deadlines.
• Ability to put aside personal opinions and focus on business needs, department needs or group needs.
• Positive attitude and ability to work with others.
• Ability to process a large volume of work.
• Frequent sitting, standing, walking, reading of written documents and use of computer monitor screen, reaching with hands and arms, talking, writing, listening.
• Occasional stooping, kneeling, crouching, bending, carrying, grasping.
• Frequent lifting and/or moving up to 10 pounds and occasional lifting and/or moving up to 50 pounds.
• Working in a lab environment will require working with skin irritants, lung irritants, electrical equipment, sharp instruments, toxic materials, and hazardous waste. Safety procedures will be followed to minimize exposure, including clean room gowning.
• Working conditions will be Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioned controlled.
Shift
Business Unit MDS - Medication Delivery Solutions
Sub-Business Unit Packaging
Requisition Sourcing Type* Sourced