Foghorn Therapeutics Associate Director, Clinical Supply Chain in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Foghorn Therapeutics is pioneering the discovery and development of a new class of medicines targeting genetically determined dependencies within the chromatin regulatory system, an untapped opportunity for therapeutic intervention. Our proprietary Gene Traffic Control® platform gives us an integrated, mechanistic understanding of how the various components of the chromatin regulatory system interact, allowing us to identify, validate and potentially drug targets within the system. The Company, currently in clinical stage, is advancing over 10 small molecule and protein degrader programs across a wide range of cancers.
Foghorn was founded in 2016 by Cigall Kadoch, Ph.D., Gerald Crabtree, M.D., and Doug Cole, M.D., of Flagship Pioneering. Learn more about Foghorn at www.foghorntx.com .
About the Chromatin Regulatory System
The chromatin regulatory system regulates gene expression by directing the movement of molecules that turn genes on and off. Disease dependencies associated with the chromatin regulatory system are estimated to impact over 2.5 million cancer patients across the United States, Europe and Japan. This system is further implicated in neurological, autoimmune, and other serious diseases.
Foghorn Therapeutics is seeking a motivated leader in clinical supply chain to build and lead the supply chain function. This Associate Director of Clinical Supply Chain will manage the clinical supply chain of multiple global clinical trials and contribute to the overall strategy of drug development at Foghorn. The successful candidate needs to demonstrate a proven track record of managing CROs and CDMOs in developing and implementing clinical supply strategy to support Phase I to III global clinical trials, expanded access programs, and Investigator Sponsored Trials (IST). This position will report to the Head of CMC/QA.
Work with CMC, Clinical Operations and Quality Assurance to develop supply chain to ensure uninterrupted clinical supplies
Create and update demand and supply forecasts in collaboration with Clinical Operations and CMC
Manage CDMO for packaging, labeling and distribution of clinical trial materials
Source investigational and commercial medicinal products to support clinical trials
Monitor inventory levels at depots and clinical sites and take preventive actions to avoid potential supply issues
Develop and manage IRT systems
Create and update SOPs for the clinical supply chain function
Serve as the supply chain representative in cross-functional project teams
B.S. with 10+ years of clinical supply chain experience in the bio/pharma industry
Excellent knowledge in demand and supply forecasts, packaging and labeling, IRT system and global distribution and logistics
Experience in managing CROs and CDMOs
Familiar with cGMP, GDP and GCP requirements and relevant FDA and EU Regulations
A proven track record of implementing phase appropriate clinical supply chain strategies
Ability and track record of successfully working in cross-functional teams to progress projects as a representative of supply chain
Ability to navigate and be successful in a fast-paced, highly matrixed work environment
A desire to be part of a highly innovative company aimed at helping patients with serious diseases
Effective verbal and written communication skills
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