In this role, you will resolve launch readiness situations and prepare/ensure cost, schedule, and quality objectives are achieved. The selected candidate will interact and visit the manufacturing plants as needed to work with the project team.
In this role, the selected candidate will perform detailed and complex analysis of operational data to develop baselines, improve performance visibility, and identify process improvement opportunities.
The Sr. Indirect Procurement Analyst will be responsible for procurement and vendor management activity including (but not limited to): sourcing, complex professional service agreements, pricing negotiations, statement of work development, data security, risk mitigation, service level agreements, key performance indicators and ensuring minimum insurance requirements for internal stakeholders: (Consumer/Commercial Finance, Insurance, Collections, Call Centers, HR and Information Technology).
As the Sr. Technical/Engineering Buyer for Manufacturing Technology, Inc. (MTI) a worldwide leader in welding technologies, you will be an integral part of a company that keeps growing as orders for equipment comes in from all over the world.
In this position, you will lead supplier negotiation process to evaluate and transform supplier freight flows through USF managed freight program and network. Includes: identify, discuss, negotiate and prioritize potentially viable suppliers to be adopted in the RD/Hub network, convert from delivered to CPU and participate in collaborative transportation solutions.
The business analyst identifies business problems and analyzes and documents business requirements for the supported business functions. He/she understands the customers business and manages the relationships with key customers.
Provides oversight for inventory valuation processes (standard costing, variance and overhead deferrals, excess and obsolete calculations) including authoring related policies and/or revisions thereof.