Clinical Supply Chain Associate in Cambridge, Massachusetts at AccruePartners

Date Posted: 8/13/2019

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Job Description

AccruePartners values our contract and consulting employees. We offer a competitive benefits package to meet the diverse needs of all of our contractor and consulting employees and their family members. Here is a listing of what our company offers: 401(k) Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, Medical and Prescription Drug, Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance. 


  • Industry-leading, bio-pharmaceutical company, listed top 40 of Global Innovation
  • Innovator in scientific breakthroughs and has been at the frontier each decade
  • Vision and passion around revolutions in biology for human health
  • Committed to their team, discovery, a sense of urgency, open culture, and best in class performance


  • Be a part of a committed and most forward-thinking team in their field
  • Work alongside a diverse and culturally aware environment with opportunities for employee development and networking
  • Year-round employee wellness programs and extensive employee health/safety programming
  • Community events that promote education, learning, and wellness along with arts and cultural institutions
  • Opportunity to collaborate on company-wide community service days and volunteerism


  • Cambridge, MA


  • Supports programs and protocols, in tandem with program leads; packaging, labeling, shipment and drug return logistical activities by interacting with internal and external customers and suppliers in order to accomplish project objectives
  • Manages and maintains IMP distribution and returns drug plans and manages Clinical Supplies Documentation associated with assigned program, to maintain GMP
  • Monitors inventory levels and provides feedback to {Program leads and their direct Clinical Supply Manager regarding expiry and re-supply
  • Work actively and align with Clinical Operation/Study team to help create forecast for assigned study and program including enrollment rate
  • Support country logistics for shipping and importation, on assigned study or program
  • Monitor regularly drug expiry, and the appropriate inventory re-supply for assigned clinical programs
  • Supports packaging requirements for programs and/or protocols assigned
  • Monitoring of enrollment, drop-out rates and actual supply need on assigned protocols and/or programs
  • Ensure continuous re-assessment of Project needs, on assigned programs and/or protocols
  • Drive label creation and approvals process, including translations for all countries, on assigned study and/or program responsible for
  • Supports return and destruction of IMPs from sites to depots for assigned study
  • Interface with other members of the Clinical Supply Chain to provide and obtain information and to ensure on time delivery of assigned study.
  • If required participates in Clinical Supplies group developmental initiatives, as assigned and needed


  • Exceptional communication skills, exposure and/or knowledge of programs including Microsoft Project, Power Point, MS Project, and Microsoft Office.
  • Willingness to learn and sense of urgency to meet patient and program needs.
  • Experience with CGMP and/or CGCP is a plus.
  • Bachelor of Science in a scientific field, Pharmacy degree a plus
    • Minimum Degree Required: Associate degree
  • Required skills: CGMP, Clinical Programs, CSC, Inventory, Logistics
  • Additional skills: Packaging, Shipping, Supply Chain, Documentation, GMP, Pharmacy