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Master Data Analyst

London, Northumberland, United Kingdom, £ £ 28000.00-30000.00 Annual Annual, Temporary


Central Employment are delighted to be working with a global pharmaceutical business based in Cramlington. Due to a recent business transition we are looking for additional support in the Master Data team. The ideal candidate will have good SAP knowledge and experience working within a similar field.

Initially this will be a six month role with a view to potential extension depending on requirements.

Key Responsibilities

  • Support & co-ordinate the creation and maintenance of master data within the Supply chain management (SCM) function of SAP.
  • Ensure data accuracy and report integrity in all areas of responsibility. A keen eye for detail and correct data entry is required.
  • Act as an advisor on SAP master data topics, ensuring that all activities follow the correct processes and procedures in a maximised and efficient way in accordance with appropriate internal and external guidelines.
  • Develop proactive relationships with key stakeholders, (internally & externally) and perform all activities in accordance with cGMP requirements, safety standards and site Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Support compliance and continuous improvement activities.
  • Master data management (both inline & new product) ensuring data creation & changes within change control systems, systems for all controlled SAP master data fields, associated with bill of material/recipe updates, artwork, & MES shop floor operating system
  • Liaise directly with internal site departments. Influencing & interacting with other site data groups is a key skill set.
  • Manage master data in accordance with global procedures with input from the global/regional teams ensuring that global master data is maintained across the company.
  • Ensure all bill of material & Master recipe changes are performed in accordance with appropriate change instructions & align to expected due dates of the manufacturing areas.
  • Process master formula change requests & update & issue approved shop floor operating system changes

Essential Requirements

  • Good written and spoken communication skills and ability to interact with cross-functional teams.
  • Ability to form good working relationships with other functional groups.
  • Attention to detail and well-organised approach to working.
  • Awareness of the company's relevant policies and guidelines and overall knowledge of the site's cross-functional procedures.
  • Preferred Degree/HNC in Chemistry, Pharmacy or other scientific statistical discipline.

Job Details

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London, Northumberland, United Kingdom
£ £ 28000.00-30000.00 Annual Annual