$150K — $200K *
The AD, Global Logistics ensures and manages the sustained global logistics aspects of the Adaptimmune Supply Chain. Oversees global product movement (air, ocean, ground) in support of all domestic and international locations. Ensures coordination and daily communications with internal functions, clinical and commercial sites, suppliers, carriers, and freight forwarders.
Continuously evaluates contract logistics capabilities and services, to identify risks, while enabling continuous improvement and innovative solutions that deliver supply assurance and optimize value.
Oversees all aspects of global contract logistics operations to ensure that required material is collected and shipped per schedule, including:
· Transport and delivery of apheresis to manufacturing sites
· Shipment of final product for infusion at clinical sites
· General logistics support for R&D shipments
· Shipping validation and risk assessment
Manages interactions and executes processes with key vendors and stakeholders, including:
· Logistics management
· Courier oversight
· Cold chain technologies, labels, etc.
· Information sharing
· Issue escalation and resolution
Create, implement, and manage processes to actively support Trade Compliance on imports/exports and uphold continued development of corporate programs, including:
· Policies and templates
· Broker management
Valuations and classifications database
Develop and implement key performance metrics including but not limited to: On-Time Delivery, Transportation lead-times, and Customer Satisfaction. Build systems and tools that will drive data collection, analysis, and improvement efforts.
-Develop strategic plans for scaling (globally) the Global Logistics to meet clinical and commercial forecasts. Manage the operational setup of new third-party logistics providers.
- Responsible for meeting departmental budget objectives in the area of Global Logistics and Transportation.
-Supports clinical and commercial site training, acts as primary contributor for Logistics and Supply Chain aspects of the IP manual.
Qualifications & Experience
Bachelor’s degree in business, operations, supply chain, or relevant discipline
7+ years within a logistics or transportation role
5+ years in pharmaceutical/biotech industry
Global experience preferred
Demonstrated leadership, communication, and presentation skills
Knowledge of DOT/IATA and international regulations
Third-party Logistics (3PL) experience
Experience with cell and gene therapy logistics & supply chains
Experience with early stage and late stage/commercial pharmaceutical/biotech companies
Experience developing scalable operations and processes for an expanding business
Strong background working with ERP/MRP/Supply Chain systems and tools
Global supply chain experience, including cold supply chain & chain of custody
Experience with process improvement strategies and change execution management
Operational Excellence / Lean Six Sigma training preferred.
Valid through: 11/4/2021
$140K — $160K *
8 days ago