ERP Business Process Manager
Your new role
As an ERP Business Process Manager, you will be part of Eisai’s Supply Chain Team based at our leading Manufacturing site in the UK. The role will see you responsible for a broad range of operational & project-based activities surrounding the manufacturing SAP systems and related serialisation processes.
You will be working closely with a number of key stakeholders across the business, including providing training when required as well as external system vendors both for Eisai’s and connected systems.
What are we looking for?
You will have a demonstrated background within a Supply Chain or wider related function gained within the Pharmaceutical industry or another highly regulated manufacturing environment (e.g. food, FMCG etc.).
You should have strong SAP systems-based experience, for example as a Super User including systems administration, troubleshooting and continuous improvement.
What we offer in return
Eisai offers a competitive salary and excellent wider benefits package.
You will also be based from our excellent Knowledge Centre facility, which provides a great, collaborative working environment coupled with a campus feel including facilities such as restaurant, coffee shop and dry cleaning services.
What you need to do next
If you are interested in this position, please click the ‘click here to apply’ at the bottom or top of this advert. On submitting an application please include a copy of your CV for review. On applying, you will be asked for your current salary / package details, your notice period and your current location – applications without this information may not be considered.
If you have any questions, please contact us on email@example.com.
We aim to respond to all successful applications as soon as possible. However please note unfortunately due to the volume of applications received we are unable to respond to unsuccessful applications.
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