LaSalle Network is currently partnering with a pharmaceutical client that is seeking an IT Serialization Engineer to join their team. This is a contract to hire opportunity.
IT Serialization Engineer Roles and Responsibilities:
Conceptual design, implementation, and system validation of ongoing serialization projects from planning, scheduling, allocation of resources, execution to closure of project.
Ensures timely and within budget completion of the projects; assures assigned projects are in compliance with State, Federal and local codes which encompass environmental protection, FDA requirements, OSHA, and hazardous waste-related issues.
Directs and coordinates activities of various vendors for each project to eliminate any potential conflict and assures that vendors comply with all the safety rules and regulations.
Evaluates and technically assesses proposed serialization solutions; reviews different solution existing in the market.
IT Serialization Engineer Requirements:
Deep understanding of Serialization Track and Trace Solutions in the Pharmaceutical industry.
Significant experience in Supply Chain Visibility, Track and Trace and Compliance Solutions.
Knowledge of: EPCIS, GS1 US Pharma Implementation Guide, GS1 Barcodes, EPC Tag Data, EPC Global Gen2 RFID, EPC Global Application Level Event, EPC Global Pedigree, Warehousing Edge systems, US Department of Defense Suppliers’ Passive RFID Information Guide Knowledge of Compliance Requirements for US DSCSA/DQSA
Keywords and Related Terms: serialization, pharmaceuticals,
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