Associate, Inventory Coordinator

Andover, Massachusetts
November 26 2020
Other, Other
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type

This position is for an Associate, Inventory Coordinator responsible for supporting inventory management within Andover Liquid Dose Manufacturing Facility

The candidate will ensure AN-LDM have sufficient GMP material inventories and to enable DP manufacturing. Able to forecast/run reports for material/component needs base on manufacturing schedule. Candidate will lead the GMP inventory system oversight in the AN-LDM, including implementation of new material/components for use in the LDM. In addition, the candidate will share responsibilities for QTS investigation/change control involving materials/component issues. This role will be required to follow GMP standards, and for assuring compliance with Pfizer Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) along with all applicable regulation guidelines.

Job Responsibilities

  • Responsible for managing inventory within the LDM storage area (warehouse) duties to include; warehouse management, stock checks, staging components, picking/replenishment, cleaning, destruction of expired materials
  • Complete GMP receipt into Current approved inventory systems (CAIS) on incoming materials, to include but not limited to Raw materials, Critical Processing Aides/Consumables, Packaging components, Drug Substance.
  • Performing electronic and physical inventory transactions for all materials (picking, put-away, stock checks, discarding and segregation of materials, consumption, etc.) and becoming proficient working within these systems (Axis360 and SAP)
  • Strick adherence to quality, GMP, safety and environmental standard is required
  • Follow and understand applicable SOPs/procedures in relation to activities being complete.
  • Demonstrates sound understanding and advanced knowledge of practices/concepts of IM (eg. Stock Rotation, FIFO) and working knowledge of principles.
  • Proven ability to multitask, manage time and workload. Ability to escalate issues immediately. Must be responsible and dependable.
  • Ability to forecast materials needs base on manufacturing schedule and flexibility when schedule changes.
  • Ability to write/update SOPs as required
  • Responsible for initiation and documentation of incidents in the QTS system related to materials
  • Able to identify, implement and support continuous improvement initiatives in the LDM inventory management area.
  • Work in a collaborative environment of a multi-disciplinary project team.
  • Exercise and build basic team effectiveness skills (e.g., commitment, feedback, consensus management) within immediate work group.



  • BA/BS in Science, Business Admin, Supply Chain, or equivalent with 1 to 2 years of experience in a pharmaceutical warehouse, logistics or manufacturing environment
  • Strong attention to detail, along with excellent oral/written communication and collaboration skills
  • Familiarity with GMP Warehouse procedures
  • Experience and knowledge of a cGMP environment
  • Must be responsible/dependable and have the ability to manage own time independently
  • Self-motivated, organized, capable of working independently, and in a collaborative environment


  • 5+ years in regulated pharmaceutical industry
  • AS/BS in Science, Business Admin, Supply Chain
  • Strong attention to detail and excellent written and verbal communication skills, including technical writing skills
  • Requires thorough knowledge of cGMP and an ability to handle multiple projects
  • Experience working within the Pharma Industry and/or GMP material management
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel)
  • Working knowledge of Trackwise preferred but not required
  • Collaborative skills and effective partnering skills in complex working environments
  • Ability to work in a dynamic multi-discipline organizational model

  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
  • Ability to gown to enter non-aseptic and aseptic areas of the LDM

  • Minimal travel required

  • Last Date to Apply: November 27, 2020
  • Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus: Yes
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