Clinical Supply Chain, Supply Planner in Cambridge, Massachusetts at AccruePartners

Date Posted: 11/14/2019

Job Snapshot

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.  Interact with internal and external customers and suppliers in order to accomplish project objectives including packaging, labeling, shipment, inventory management, and drug return logistical activities.
  • Manages and maintains IMP distribution and returns drug plans and manages Clinical Supply documentation associated with assigned program, in compliance with GMP and industry standards. monitors inventory levels and provides feedback to Program leads and their direct Manager regarding expiry and re-supply needs across inventory. 
  • Participates in clinical supply group’s system enhancement initiatives, as assigned and needed. 
  • Exposure and/or knowledge of software programs including Microsoft Project, Power Point, MS Project, Interactive Response Technology (IRT), and Microsoft Office. 


  • 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 levels across assigned clinical programs.
  • Support and oversight of 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.
  • Lead 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.
  • Perform inventory checks and manage inventory levels and cycle count at the vendor yearly on assigned study.
  • Manage temperature excursions during transportation on assigned study
  • Experience in Clinical Supply and Pharmaceutical Development required, along with strong understanding of GMP and GCP
  • Experience in Clinical Supply and Pharmaceutical Development required, along with strong understanding of GMP and GCP
  • Knowledge of Import/export regulations, including pro-forma invoice generation, import regulations, and global trade compliance.
  • Experienced working with third-party CMO clinical supply operations.