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Canon U.S. Life Sciences is currently seeking an Associate Supply Chain Specialist for supporting the efforts in managing the development, implementation and maintenance of Materials Management activities to ensure products are tracked and traced as required per cGMP regulations, FDA regulations and ISO13485 guidelines.
Supports the efficient movement of materials from receipt as raw materials through the assay manufacturing process to shipping products to external customers.
Performs administrative and ERP-related tasks in daily Materials Management activities including shipping, receiving, labeling, storing and distributing materials, parts, supplies and reagents.
Checks incoming paperwork for goods received against purchase orders and work orders, maintains records of goods received according to approved procedures, reviews sales orders, and updates materials’ status, as needed.
May assist the Supply Chain Specialist or Assay Operations Management with data entry and management in the ERP system.
Supports Production and Quality Control groups in executing manufacturing schedules and receipt of raw material orders, reagent production, kitting and shipping operations.
Assists the Supply Chain Specialist with production planning and scheduling-related tasks as needed.
Conducts and manages inventory cycle counts and investigates discrepancies.
Identifies incoming raw materials or manufactured reagents that do not meet quality specifications and investigates reasons for failure and recommends appropriate corrective measures to the Supply Chain Specialist and Assay Operations Management.
Supports efforts to establish processes and procedures for materials management that meet internal standards and external regulatory requirements for products intended for clinical and commercial use.
Procures raw materials by monitoring inventory levels through MRP.
Follows import/exports laws and regulations when shipping to customers.
Reviews documentation for accuracy and completeness for the receipt of raw materials, intermediates and finished goods per established procedures, ensuring GMP compliance and GDP maintenance.
Ensures the security and accountability of materials and goods through inventory control using approved procedures, the use of GDP and the ERP system.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in related field required, plus experience in a Supply Chain role that demonstrates working knowledge of materials management, ERP systems and production-related principles.
1 – 3 years of prior relevant experience.
Knowledge of current FDA regulations, import/export shipping regulations, and ISO13485 standards preferred.
Experience with medical devices, in-vitro diagnostics, molecular diagnostics or related industry (In Vitro Diagnostic, Medical Device, Pharmaceutical, etc.) preferred. Life sciences roles exist in a laboratory environment: Position may involve exposure to human material and chemicals. Previous experience with safe handling, storing and disposing of these substances is preferred.
Basic problem solving skills are required.
Experience with MS Office, Electronic Document Control systems and ERP/MRP systems preferred.
Must be able to work weekends, off-shifts and time outside of standard business hours as required, and able to lift up to 50 lbs.