Import / Export Specialist

Role Summary

The primary role of theImport Export Manager is to utilize knowledge of supply chain processes, project management and business analysis skills to provide, strategic Import/Export planning for clinical trials and continuously improve processes to best utilize our digital clinical supply chain for logistics activities.This position utilizes their knowledge of distribution, logistics,import/export processes and global clinical supply requirements to ensure efficient tools are in place to manageinternational logisticswithin the clinical supply chain.

The role is responsible for leading and/or implementinginnovative solutionswithinClinical Supply Logistics (CSL)insupportofsupply chain operationsorganization.The role is responsible for ensuring quality and compliance through risk identification, mitigation, and strategic planning for all projects and programs throughout the life of the clinical trial.

This position develops and executes analysis of processes, trends and procedures to triage issues and proactively build enhanced tools to allow for evolution of our physical and digital clinical supply chain. Excellent customer service skills, root cause analysis and data-driven decision making are utilized daily in this position This role strives to utilize technology and industry trend information to proactively and continuously advance global logistics performance.

Liaises with: CSL colleagues and project management personnel atthirdparty logistics providers, Digital Business Operations, Quality Assurance, Supply Chain Leads/ Clinical Supply & Strategy Management, Global Import/Export, Packaging Coordinators and Inventory Management personnel. The position functions from a Pfizer office.

  • Identify, lead, and manage innovative approaches to business challenges, in support of Global Clinical Supply culture of innovation
  • Develop and liase with business lines on projects utilizing Blockchain, AI, RPA, and IoT technologies
  • Build a network of contacts to foster personal and professional developments
  • Implement the execution of innovative solutions that aims atsimplifyingoperations
  • Point of contact with senior management (customer groups, stakeholders and supply chain) on Import/Export projects
  • Provide Import/Export technical and system development across business lines
  • Ensure that Import/Export strategies are compliant with GMP & GCP guidelines and principles, 21CFR Part 11, and applicable regulations including all (global) country specific legislation regarding Valuation, Value for Customs, shipment of hazardous goods, Importer of Record information, tariff codes, Import and Export licenses & Value Added Tax, Duty
  • Supportglobal relationships with Medicinal Sciences and non-Medicinal Sciences partners including Legal, Quality, Global Trade Compliance, Pfizer Global Supply Logistics, Indirect and Corporate Tax, Global Pricing & Reimbursement, Corporate insurance, global distribution vendors, freight forwarders and customs brokers
  • Maintain GMP/GDP compliant operations and deliver logistics strategies that improve cost, efficiency and quality for Clinical Supply Operations
  • Ensure both business and patient continuity for all Pfizer active clinical trials to enable commercial licensure of Pfizer's investigational medicines
  • Liaise with global team members to streamline andstandardizeCSL global SOPs



Minimum B.S. in Supply chain / Business Analytics orsignificant relevant experience in clinical supply chain operations and/or commercialsupply organizations, customs brokerage or transportation related industries

Experience in pharmaceutical supply chain management, GMP, GCP, business administration, and people development skills are desirable.


Non-standard Work Schedule, TravelOrEnvironment Requirements

Infrequent travel is expected with this role

Pfizer requires all U.S. new hires to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to the first date of employment. As required by applicable law, Pfizer will consider requests for Reasonable Accommodations.

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EEO & Employment Eligibility

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Logistics & Supply Chain Mgmt