Inventory Team Supervisor

462
Meath
Permanent
Bonus, Pension OR Healthcare

Lead Inventory Associate required by a top international logistics company for their pharmaceutical site in Meath. The Lead inventory associate will be the site-based supervisor for the team of Inventory Associates. Reporting to the Warehouse Lead, the primary role of the Lead Inventory Associate will be to supervise, manage and coach the Inventory Associates daily on the day-to-day operations in the Warehouse. The Lead Inventory Associate will work to identify and resolve issues in order to allow the site to achieve the strategic objectives related to Safety, Quality/Compliance, Supply Assurance (i.e.. Capacity, yield, fulfilment) and Value. These day-to-day operations include but are not limited:

  • Direct and indirect material receipting.
  • Material put away.
  • Picking and kitting operations on-site.
  • Preparing the on-site warehouse and any off-site storage for GMP operation as part of the facility start-up.
  • Cycle counting.

This role will operate with an emphasis on safety and quality and will be committed to continuous improvement, teamwork, personal development, and delivery of best-in-class service in support of Drug Substance manufacturing operations at the facility. The Material Availability team is part of the Supply Chain function which is a dynamic team resourced to meet the needs of the business. The Inventory Associate will work closely across many Agile Teams onsite.

A more details job spec is available upon request by applicants that meet the minimum requirements.

Core Requirements:

  • 4-6 years’ experience in a GMP/regulated warehouse environment.
  • A proven ability to lead cross-functional teams and tracking to schedules.
  • Ability to coach and mentor staff and drive the Governance Pillars in People, Safety, Quality,
  • Delivery and Cost.
  • Ability to work independently and within a cross-functional team.
  • Project Management skills.
  • Strong stakeholder management skills.
  • Excellent collaboration skills.
  • Effective communicator and problem-solving skills.
  • Organisational skills – Ability to manage multiple priorities and know when to escalate issues for resolution.
  • Excellent trouble-shooting and problem-solving skills.
  • Good influencing/ collaboration skills with a teamwork mindset.
  • Ability to promote a culture where Diversity and Inclusion is supported.

Type:
Full-time, Permanent

Package:
€Neg. basic + Bonus and Contributory Pension 

IAC-Jan'22