• Overview

    We are currently seeking a CONTRACT Clinical Supply Chain Manager in our Durham, NC headquarters.  The selected individual will provide oversight of clinical and non-clinical supplies, track inventory levels/manage expiry dates, and liase with Clinical Project teams.  

     

    Responsibilities include:

    • Contract oversight for CMC related vendors.
    • Review and negotiate vendor contracts/proposals, initiate POs, and process all invoices for payment.
    • Assisting in the scheduling and maintaining of all vendor activities/campaigns related to manufacturing, packaging, labeling, and distribution by working closely with vendor Business Development & Project Managers.
    • Maintain communication with vendors as primary contact; escalating project status and any issues with supervisor as appropriate.
    • Coordinate overall CTM inventory to support upcoming clinical studies.
    • Coordinate and complete CMC documentation for IND submissions (i.e. Annual Reports, IND Amendments, etc.)
    • File and maintain API and Finished Product batch records per the requirements of Chimerix SOPs.
    • Process documentation for proper internal release of each batch of API and CTM for use in clinical trials.
    • Request CTM for clinical studies and maintain related documentation according to Chimerix SOPs.
    • Review and approve IVR/IWRS specifications to fulfill the design of each clinical study along with the Clinical Program Manager.
    • Employ and manage the IVR/IWRS throughout the duration of the clinical study.

    Qualifications

    • BS degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.  
    • 3+ years of experience in clinical trial supply management
    • Ability to prioritize workload in an environment of rapidly changing priorities.  
    • Collaborative attitude with a focus on building relationships with project teams.
    • Exceptional attention to detail.

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