Insert Growth/Labelling Analyst

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  1. Contract
  2. English
  3. Associate
  4. Supply Chain & Operations
  5. Luzern
  6. Healthcare & Life Sciences
  7. Pharma, Regulatory Affairs, SAP, Manufacturing, Packaging, Supply Chain
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On behalf of our client, a leading Pharmaceutical players, Swisslinx is seeking a highly motivated individual to take on a challenging temporary role in their Supply Chain department.

This is a great opportunity to bring your proven knowledge and expertise to an organization that offers a dynamic working environment.

Your mission:
- Maintaining, updating and improving insert growth models across products and markets in a timely manner, including the integration of strategic product plans
- Collecting key inputs to the model per product and identify potential linkages across products
- Raise awareness to diverse stakeholders when action is required to change packaging
- Liaise with Artwork centres to execute changes to packaging
- Lead the activities of the insert growth team and further start up other teams as recommended through modelling

Your background
- Bachelor's Degree, preferably in Business Management or Life Sciences or Supply Chain
- Minimum 2 years professional experience in manufacturing/packaging preferably in pharmaceutical environment: familiarity with packaging operations and components, Regulatory & Artwork, Project Management
- Solid knowledge in Project and Task management
- Experience in working on a highly regulated environment, preferably within the pharmaceuticals sector
- Proficient in the use of MS Excel, MS Power point, MS Project
- Working knowledge of SAP (prior experience with Merck MRP systems, practices/principles beneficial)
- Fluency in English
- APICS CPIM or CSCP certification is a strong advantage

What’s on offer:
Our client offers a unique position with varied responsibilities and gives the opportunity to develop in different areas.

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