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Help us get medicines to 400 million people (Pharmacist and/or Regulatory Affairs Expert)

As our suite of software systems continues to grow, our team also needs to continue growing! As a Consultant with The mSupply Foundation, you’ll be working on projects which implement our software programs to help improve countries’ health systems.

We are looking for someone to help support and implement our Conforma and mSupply software systems in particular. We offer the option to work from home some of the time, and we like to pay our staff well!

  • Conforma is our flexible regulatory information management system designed with healthcare regulatory frameworks in mind. It is one of our newer products that has just had its first couple of implementations, and we expect it will expand to many more countries in the coming years. A part of this role would include helping countries define and unpack their regulatory systems and processes, and work with them to implement Conforma to meet those needs.
  • mSupply is used in about 40 countries around the world to manage health supply chains. We need a pharmacist, or someone with a good understanding of the pharmaceutical supply chain to help implement new deployments, train users, and support them so they enable the best possible health outcomes. Most of your focus will be on the Pacific, where 13 countries use mSupply as their national system.

The day-to-day is varied here at The mSupply Foundation and we will work with you to ensure you have job satisfaction in what you are doing.

About The mSupply Foundation

We’re a NZ registered charity that works in 38 countries across the Pacific, Asia & Africa.

We make software for managing health supply chains, and have a wonderful team of about 20 people in Kathmandu, 20 people in New Zealand and another 10 people in Africa, UK, Australia & Canada. We value people highly. By default we think the people we work with are kind, intelligent, and we treat them as such.

We have the best team. They are like, amazing. You’ll love them. That is, you’ll get lots of friendly support. We’re all doing this out of a sense of purpose. We want to make the world a better place, so you need to share that with us, else you’ll be a fish out of water.

About you

Professionally and personally, we are looking for someone who ticks the following:

  • Has experience and a strong understanding of medicines regulation, and/or pharmacy (optimally and!)
  • Highly organised, able to work in tricky settings and be culturally sensitive.
  • IT savvy (e.g. has good excel skills), and has the ability to learn our software systems to a high standard and enjoy working with them!
  • A team player, we have a team of 20 in Auckland and about 50 around the world. Teamwork is critical.

We know that men tend to apply for jobs when they meet 60% of the qualifications, while women and people from other minority groups tend to only apply for jobs when they meet nearly all of them. With that in mind, if you like the sound of the job, and think you meet most of what we are looking for, we encourage you to apply!

Other stuff, important stuff

Apart from providing becoming a member of our friendly team, helping lead meaningful project work, this role also entails:

  • We’re based in Auckland, and our future Consultant will need to be as well (hopefully you!).
  • Having a genuine work/life balance and a supportive working environment
  • Travel. Traveling to the countries we work with is an import part of the role. The amount of travel in a year can be varied from 4 weeks to as much as 18 weeks, however we try to keep trips to 2 weeks at a time.
  • Salary. We run open books and will pay a salary that is fair.
  • Varied and exciting work opportunities to develop work skills and career.

HOW TO APPLY

Email jobs@msupply.foundation with your CV but also answer the following questions:

  1. Share your thoughts on health care regulation, good, bad, boring?
  2. Hit us with a poem.
  3. Tell us how you’d fit in, given what we’ve described above.

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