Position: Full-Time Regular
Functional area: Manufacturing
The Production Manager - Logistics will manage the Logistics manufacturing activities within the Technical R&D (TRD) - Drug Product Manufacturing and Clinical Supply organization. The purpose of this role is to ensure compliant and successful manufacture of Drug Product clinical material for all development phases and product launch, toxicological studies and some support for Global Industrial Operations (GIO) products. The scope of this function starts from the technical transfer within development and ends with the technical transfer to GIO.
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