Logistics Specialist - Bethlehem - job 958447

Sharp

Date: 07/22/2021

City: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Employment type: Full-time

The Logistics Specialist is responsible for creating and maintaining a healthy relationship with distribution customers. He/She will gather pertinent information from clients for the distribution of their project, and will quote the distribution protocol based on this information. The Logistics Specialist will set-up, train, and document all distribution staff on new protocols. He/She will coordinate all logistics tasks, receiving, distribution, returns, and destruction.

  • Set deadlines, assign responsibilities, and monitor and summarize project progress.
  • Prepare reports for management regarding project status.
  • Act as the key contact between the client and Sharp Clinical Logistics for logistics-related functions, including project coordination, receiving, distribution, returns, and destruction.
  • Interact with clients to develop distribution protocols.
  • Review and Establish quotes for logistics based on information provided by the customer and input from the Clinical Supply Project Manager and Management.
  • Coordinate distribution protocol from quote to end of study for domestic and global projects.
  • Audit quote against procedure as distribution develops.
  • Assist in the implementation of new distribution processes.
  • Provide feedback to management to improve new and existing processes.
  • Suggest packaging and distribution solutions to customers and Clinical Supply Project Managers in order to improve distribution process efficiencies.
  • Develop innovative distribution procedures to gain efficiency, effectiveness, and flexibility.
  • Write distribution instructions and SOPs, as needed.
  • Document training of all members of distribution on new distribution protocols, if applicable.
  • Analyze the daily distribution activities with distribution management to modify the distribution process and improve quality and efficiency.
  • Responsible for acquiring all import classification data to expedite customs and FDA clearance and assist clients with importation of study drug, if necessary.
  • Create pro forma/commercial invoices and assists customer with application for import licenses as needed.
  • Investigate or assist in investigation pertaining distribution related issues.
  • Follow all applicable cGMPs, FDA, DEA, OSHA, and IATA Regulations, and ISO guidelines.
  • Adhere to set safety standards.
  • Participate actively in regular meetings.
  • Achieve expected performance measures.
  • Other duties as assigned.




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