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Clinical Supply Study Manager

  • Bridgewater (Somerset)

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Job Description:

In C2SPM (Clinical Supply Study & Management) department of Sanofi Recherche et Développement, the Clinical Supply Study Manager (CS-SM) is accountable for the clinical supply operational management in a clinical trial. The CS-SM is responsible to ensure for each study he/she has under supervision that supplies are delivered on time, within budget and in compliance with GXP’s, SOPs, and standards. 

The CS-SM is responsible of the coordination of CS-CO team in order to ensure the execution of the clinical supply study activities. 

The CS-SM collaborate with different stakeholders to define the most optimized settings. The CS-SM is responsible to set-up the best strategy for the study setting and communicate to the study team. 

He/she oversees a Clinical Supply Production Plan for a study and ensure progress according to study timelines. He/she leads the Operational Supply Meetings. He/she should ensure study activities are aligned with the projections. If not, he/she has to revise the strategy to optimize the clinical supply chain and mitigate any risks.

He /she is the key contact to the Global Study Manager in charge of the study and she/he is part of the Core Study team, as the leader and expert for clinical supply activities. 

He/she contributes to the review of the study documentation (Protocol, Monitoring Plan, Pharmacy manual/Instructions for Use, and CRA presentations) especially for the IMP/NIMP impacts and discusses the design of the study for streamlining the use of supply in the study. He/she is also responsible for the preparation of study related materials, documents in order to support the local team for the site initiation.

He/she is also responsible to coordinate the discussion for the devices sourcing strategy.

He/she reports to the Therapeutic Area Group Head. 


Coordinates overall CSCO operations of the entire clinical study including study planning, budget, resource management, regulatory practices, policy adherence and contract research organization management (when applicable)

Develop study related documents and IMP preparation directions for the clinical sites

IRT set-up and follow-up  

Organize CSCO study meetings

Problem solving: Propose actions and mitigations plans for decision making

Collect, synthesize and report study information

Required Education/Experience

Bachelor of Science degree (BS) in Health Science or related discipline

2+ years’ experience in pharmaceutical business required.

Previous experience in clinical development.

Additional Experience:

The individual must be well versed in all aspects of the clinical supply chain process, GMP, GDP, and other regulatory requirements as they pertain to investigational products.


Able to lead the WW supply team (into CSCO)

Able to lead transversal activities

Able to challenge / decisions/ status-quo with teams including study team

Able to promote the team spirit and the Collaborative mindset

Oversight and coordination

Good Project Management skills

Good organizational skills and multi-tasking skills (Effective time management skills)

Sense of urgency, prioritize workload with dynamic, culturally diverse organization

Able to work autonomous and providing appropriate reporting to study team and CS Study Leader or CS POL

Able to oversee all other supply activities (CSPM, external vendor etc…)


Good communication skills (written and oral),

Good negotiation skills, strong problem-solving skills.

Decision Making & problem solving

Able to identify and anticipate risk

Able to provide mitigation plan, actions plan for decision making

Able to solve problem and make decisions when needed

At Sanofi R&D North America, we deliver meaningful solutions for patients. We transform science into breakthrough, best-in-class and first-in-class medicines and vaccines. We believe in creating a diverse and inclusive workforce – and workplace – which brings together the collective brainpower of over 2,000 colleagues and provides you with an exciting place to grow and develop. We set the bar high, and we deliver. Join us and together we will build on our trusted legacy of breakthroughs for society. 

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