QUALIFICATIONS AND JOB DESCRIPTION
Pfizer Global Supply Chain (GSC), part of the Global Supply organization (PGS) is a source of competitive advantage, driven by Patient & Customer needs, enabled through a fully integrated, digitized and Autonomous Supply Chain Organization. PGS is on a mission to be the premier, innovative, biopharmaceutical global supply organization, delivering recognized value. Our purpose is supply of quality products to patients that significantly improve their lives. Our objective, to ensure continued strength of PGS’s Value proposition, increase flexibility, build ability to adapt over time, enhance capability to deliver recognized value and transform into a world class supply organization. Our aspiration is Quality/Compliance/Safety, and we never compromise them as we work to achieve Supply Reliability and Cost/Cash/Value. Ensuring Quality of our products, Compliance of our actions and operations and Safety of our colleagues and communities always comes first!
What can I achieve and what will I be responsible for whilst completing a placement at Pfizer?
You will be assigned one or more supply chain process flows or projects (in the areas of logistics and supply planning mainly) based on needs at the time of joining our fast-moving department and will develop both strong team working and domain-specific skills. It is expected that you will provide creative input and direction into your work and present your progress and achievements to different stakeholders throughout your placement. While you will have a supervisor to support you with your questions all the way through the placement, you are expected to progressively gain independence in your daily activities/initiatives.
What other opportunities and benefits do Pfizer offer?
Pfizer offers a diverse environment which allows employees numerous opportunities to grow and develop within a strong and supportive culture. This is a great chance to be part of the shaping the bigger picture, and to assist in ensuring Pfizer maintains a diverse workforce as well as developing a talent pipeline of future Pfizer colleagues. It is also a fantastic way to obtain a better understanding of the pharma industry and the type of roles it has to offer.
· 2nd/3rd year university students from Engineering or other Social Science departments.
· Able to work minimum 2.5 days/week for minimum 2 semester
· Proficiency in MS Office applications,
· Fluency in English
· Result oriented, open minded and eager to learn
· Scheduling packaging activities in close coordination with demand management, quality and logistics teams.
· Managing stock levels of sellable finished goods as well as packaging materials
· Assist department in process flow development
· Data extraction from ERP system and reporting of departments KPIs.