- University degree economics, sciences or similar competencies
- >8 years of experience in Supply Chain, or in Procurement or in Customers Services
Experience in (and/or) :
- Suppliers Relationship Management. Complaints management. Follow-up of the root causes and actions plan coming from the suppliers.
- Project and Process Management, Follow-up of multi sources actions log.
- Microsoft Office mastery SAP- MRP
- Analytical Capacity, Flexible thinking, Comfortable with the numbers and the indicators. Pragmatism and global view.
- Mindset Quality. Experience in Deviation Management, Root Cause Analysis. Deviations champion is a real plus.
- Presentation at executive level
- Impact & Influence : Able to influence the management and the incoming material stakeholders (Procurement, Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Technical Life Cycle, …) ,to influence/negotiate with suppliers, and to work as a team with the IM supply officers (employees – no direct hierarchy link)
- Team workers, focus on global objectives
- Green Belt Level is a plus
- Belgian Incoming material Department is accountable for the supply of thousands articles and assures the continuity of the supply of more than 20 manufacturing units. This include the management of the supply orders, the analysis of the demand, to act as the conductor of all the im supply chain (interaction with quality testing and release)
- This has to be conduct by minimizing the cost : not too high level of stocks and without any manufacturing stops : not too low level of stocks.
- The department is gloCal and includes definition of incoming material supply Business Rules and the sharing of best practices as a global level
- The function will report to the BE IM Supply Head in the Logistic & Incoming Material Department (BE Operations
- Ensure that Incoming Supply Performance Indicators are edited on a monthly basis, analyzed. Regarding these indicators, propose actions to continuously improve the performance.
- Concerned indicators:
External indicators : On time in Full Suppliers Deliveries Lead Time Suppliers Deliveries, Logistic Suppliers Deliveries.
- Internal indicators : Forecast Accuracy. Incoming Material High Supply Risks (HSR), Testing Lead Time, Over and Under Safety Stocks, Writte Off.
- Communicate at top management levels the periodic indicators
- Collect all the initiatives from IM colleagues, related to improvement of these Incoming Material Supply Indicators in order to consolidate a coherent projects roadmap. Assure the evaluation of the global gains (costs, supply chain continuity) of all portfolio project projects.
- Deep dive periodically specific periodic indicators and prepare executive presentations for IM Governance (GSK Global Level)
- Manage Provisioning Deviations as Deviations owner. Assess product impact, analyze root cause, propose and follow corrective and preventive actions addressing the root causes.
- Lead Weekly Quality Provisioning meeting with Quality Assurance and assure Quality Assurance stakeholders alignment to manage the deviations, cloture the CAPA in duly time, follow provisioning team training rate and propose relate actions to improve the Quality indicators.
- Is accountable for the external logistic complaints process : make sure that the provisioning identify, manage internally and with the suppliers, follow the actions and archive the complaints. Revamp and improve the complaints process (automatization, …)
- Can act as transversal projects leader concerning incoming material supply management improvement
- Specific Smart Inventory Project Leader.
- Is project manager of the smart inventory program : make sure that the good level of stocks is available for thousands articles at the best cost.
This can include (not exhaustive)
- Overstock analysis
- Minimal order Quantity
- Expiry date management
- Safety stock optimization : formulae, automatization, adjustments
- Writte off limitation
- Lead Time improvement
- Suppliers consignation Stocks
- Forecasts optimization
- Specific incoming material portfolio projects
At GSK we provide a supportive working environment, and a range of development challenges and opportunities. We also offer competitive benefits and compensation packages designed to attract and to retain the very best. GSK is proud to promote an open culture, encouraging people to be themselves and giving their ideas a chance to flourish. GSK is an equal opportunity employer.
Once our pioneering treatments have been developed, they are manufactured to the highest standards and distributed across the regions that need them most. Accomplishing this as efficiently and quickly as possible can quite literally be a matter of life and death. So it's no wonder that more than 70% of our talented workforce is based within Global Industrial Operations - the essential business unit that manufactures and manages the entire vaccine supply process, from customer order to product dispatch on a global scale.
As the name suggests, it operates in a multi-national context across more than 17 sites around the world, working closely in tandem with colleagues from a variety of disciplines and professions.
The department is structured in operating units that focus on various aspects of the manufacturing and supply process. These include Industrialisation (overseeing the transfer of production from R&D to a commercial level), Supply Chain Management and Technical Services.
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GSK Vaccines is one of the world’s leading vaccine companies, with a comprehensive portfolio of 39 vaccines for infants, adolescents and adults and 15 more in development. We have more than 16,000 people working worldwide to deliver nearly 2 (1.9) million vaccines every day to people in around 90% (172) of the world’s countries.
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