BSc technical or business degree; Supply chain, production planning.
5 to 7 years of professional experience in Supply Chain, ideally within a Pharmaceutical or FMCG company
Previous exposure to a Contract Manufacturing Organization.
Other skills required:
APICS/IML, computer skills (SAP, APO/JDA, MS Windows), lean/six sigmaAPICS/IML, computer skills (SAP, APO/JDA, MS Windows), lean/six sigma.
Supply chain, manufacturing, GMP, Operational excellence (lean, six sigma).
Drive competitive advantage on supply chain initiatives for assigned CMO’s. This role will build the ‘bridge’ between the regional/category GMS supply chain planning hubs, local team and CMO operations.
On the Customer-side it acts as the point of contact for the categoryegion supply planning hub and provides a mid-term supply risk overview on identified risks and opportunities at the CMO’s.
On the Supply side it keeps an overview of aggregated demand to supply ratio of strategic CMO’s (RCCP) and pro-actively manages risks and develop mitigation plans with CMO’s.
The role is also an ‘’extended arm’’ of the Supplier Relationship Team for remote CMOs areas or for CMOs needing on site attention/intervention.
The role focuses on Customer Service, Quality, Value creation & Cost reductions, Continuous process improvement and standardization and overall Compliance as per GSK Consumer Healthcare guidelines in order to ensure continuity of supply to the business at optimum cost and high quality.
Key Responsibilities Strategic responsibilities:
Accountable for driving the mid-term supply strategy and internal alignment to deliver superior results in cost, service, quality, EHS and overall performance in line with the overall CMO strategy in collaboration and alignment with GMS planning hubs and local teams where required.
Execute Business Continuity Plans (BCP’s) in support to the BC strategy for the strategic supply chains.
Contribute to the development of negotiation strategies with CMO’s while working closely with SRM/ Procurement.
Define the supply chain strategy for capacity, inventory etc. for the portfolio of CMO’s.
Lead the establishment/ adjustment of supply chain set-ups for portfolio transformations such as new product launches, tech. & analytical transfers, exits, divestments etc. supplied through the CMO network.
Operational responsibilities: Supply planning/operations:
Lead supply agenda within the SRT for the assigned portfolio of CMO’s and contribute to the cross-functional business goals.
Ensure appropriate set-up for order management to realize best customer service at efficient cost in collaboration and alignment with GMS planning hubs and local teams where required.
Provide relevant inputs for supply communications and supply escalations.
Provide mid-term Supply Risk & Opportunities overview and ensure proper follow up on identified risks.
Keep a good overview of the aggregated demand to the contract manufacturers and act with GMS Hubs and local teams if required.
Ensure proper documentation of all processes related to Supply Chain management.
Support Product Life cycle Events (Product introductions, Composition changes, artwork changes, tech /analytical transfers and exits) with proper bridging stock planning, inventory planning and stakeholder alignment (a/o Artwork Operations) to prevent any shortages, write-offs and obsolescence.
Act as ‘’extended arm’’ of the Supplier Relationship team in remote areas or on CMO site support to manage locally overall CMO end to end supply chain results.
Supplier Relationship Management:
Implement and maintain SRM programs with our CMO’s, implementing proper supplier classification and operating rhythm, driving continuous improvement, optimizing quality, service, cost, innovation and regulatory compliance.
Collect, monitor and evaluate CMO key deliveries and supply performance. Follow up on KPI’s (key Performance Indicators) and ensure the CMO (s) constantly meets the standards and targets, and that this performance is documented.
Implement/Maintain process documentation and demonstrate active process improvement focusing on problem solving approach, focusing on corrective actions/preventive actions.
Improve and simplify processes to develop standardization, simplification and efficiency while increasing financial & quality compliance.
Collaborates on Value Stream Mapping and implement Continuous Improvement Projects related to Operations with CMOs.
iRecruit Group GmbH
You will play a key role in defining and implementing global risk, and global change management processes.
You will be responsible for ensuring effective implementation and maintenance of the global Risk Management System, compliant to ISO 14971.
Become the subject matter expert in Risk Management and assisting with creation and modification of Quality Systems processes, Risk Management files, and related documentation.
Identify opportunities to continuously improve quality and EHS system related processes in alignment with overall quality and business objectives, and perform Risk Management related audits.
Coordinate the definition and implementation of a Risk Management software and provide training regarding Risk Management concepts and implementation guidelines.
Focus on changes to business processes, systems and technology, including the ‘human element’ of change.
Be responsible for the successful planning, implementation and management of agreed global process change projects, ensuring that all projects are delivered on time, on budget and within set quality standards.
Have the ability to assess the change impact both at DSS and customers, and to develop the change management activities accordingly.
Conduct impact analyses, assess change readiness and identify key stakeholders, define the scope of agreed change projects in collaboration with identified stakeholders, support the design and delivery of training programs, integrate change management activities into project plan, while managing the global change portfolio.
Skills & Qualifications
A Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Math, Science, Business, Engineering or another science-based discipline
Minimum of 2 years of Quality Engineering Experience, with prior experience in Risk Management (ISO 14971) being preferred.
You have acquired experience and knowledge of risk and change management principles, methodologies and tools.
Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal are a must, with the ability to clearly articulate messages to a variety of audiences.
The ability to influence others and move toward a common vision or goal will benefit you in this role, as a team-player.
Highly-organized yet flexible, with a positive attitude towards problem-solving and root cause identification.
Familiarity with project management approaches, tools and phases of the project lifecycle is essential, along with experience with large-scale organizational change efforts, and a solid understanding of how people and departments go through change pro-cesses.
You are a person who readily builds relationships of trust with your stakeholders at all levels of the organisation, and wins them over by expressing a positive attitude, professional expertise, and strong organisational skills.
Have both leadership and teamwork skills that allow you to express yourself in a tone appropriate for your stakeholders from all hierarchy levels and educational / cultural backgrounds.
Proficiency in English is a must in the global business environment.
In order to support the Brand Management Department we, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), are seeking a multitasking and service-oriented Design Manager
Holcim (Schweiz) AG
Corporate Communications is accountable for building a coherent company identity that supports LafargeHolcim’s business priorities.
The team plays a central role in determining the plan and agenda for the wider communications team and sets group-level communication/reputation strategies. Corporate Communications’ outputs include integrated campaigns, performance reporting, management of corporate channels, identification of speaking platforms, and engagement of key global stakeholders. The team produces content, identifying and developing stories, company positions and consistent messaging that can be used proactively and reactively across the company.
The team’s primary focus is external. However, Corporate Communications also works closely with colleagues in Internal Communications to engage employees through integrated campaigns designed to reach multiple audience groups.
The Corporate Reporting Manager plays a central role in the creation of content for high-profile corporate publications and events.
The biggest single deliverable for this position is the company’s annual report. Working closely with the company secretariat, subject experts owners and supporting agencies, the Corporate Reporting Manager acts as managing editor, ensuring that the final product positions LafargeHolcim clearly, accurately and positively and is delivered on time and on budget.
On a quarterly basis, the Corporate Reporting Manager helps draft and manage delivery of financial results communications outputs, such as the press release and shareholder external report.
In tandem with the events team, the role oversees content production for the Annual General Meeting. This includes the production of scripts and briefing materials as well as Group-level promotional materials.
The Corporate Reporting Manager develops and consolidates Group positions on issues of global significance, ensuring that the company can take a coherent and timely stance on important and sometimes sensitive topics.
Manages the full production cycle of the annual report.
Ensures the LafargeHolcim annual report is delivered on time and to budget in various print and digital formats.
Manages annual report agencies, including the appointment and performance feedback process, to ensure value for money and high quality outputs.
Advises internal stakeholders on evolving reporting regulations and best practice in relevant business domiciles.
Compiles and drafts elements of the quarterly performance reports.
Works closely with the digital team to ensure timely and smooth publication of relevant Group-level reports.
Develops Group positions on key issues, ensures the resource is reviewed for accuracy and completeness and usability on a regular basis.
Develops and co-ordinates content for the LafargeHolcim Annual General Meeting.
Degree / Master degree equivalent (Bachelor's Degree in Business, English, Communications, or Journalism a plus).
8-15 years’ experience in communications.
Experience in industry (publicly-listed) international environment and matrix organizations.
Knowledge & Skills
Excellent communication skills (particularly written communications).
Experience of annual report production in European territories.
Understanding of financial reporting principles and working knowledge of financial communications/PR.
Practical knowledge of applicable governance principles.
Strong organizational, project and time management skills with an emphasis on accuracy and meeting milestones and deadlines.
Meticulous with an eye for detail.
Demonstrates honesty, responsibility, integrity and fulfilment of commitments.
A high tolerance for change and working to tight deadlines.
Comfortable working with all types of stakeholders.
Manages paradoxes and ambiguity: adaptability, listening and diplomacy.
Able to handle multiple tasks.
Able to influence others.
Effective working alone or in team environment.
Ability to manage external agencies and subcontractors (as required).
Ability to influence and counsel senior management on communications.
● English – fluent (spoken and written). Ideally a native speaker.
Any additional language skills, particularly German and/or French, are a plus.
Zurich-based, with occasional international travel, chiefly in Europe.