The Supply Chain Planning Applications Lead will collaborate with the Business Process Leader(s) to develop Process Documentation and to Design / Develop / Implement / Rollout and Support: Metrics, Planning Application Tools and Reports for Operational, Tactical, Strategic, and Distribution Planning, MRP, Inventory and Demand Management, and Scheduling.
In this role, the selected candidate will create and implement comprehensive procurement strategies for Raw and Packaging materials covering market trends, supply assurance, quality improvement, supplier development, sustainability, and financial & supply risk mitigation.
In this role, the selected candidate will develop Materials Management Systems in conjunction with the Purchasing team to achieve World Class Excellence; lead and improve planning and scheduling processes and systems to incorporate Sales, Operations Planning, Master Scheduling and MRP Planning Systems.
In this role, you will develop and execute documented sourcing strategies and establish / maintain effective supplier management relationships for assigned commodities. The selected candidate will be reviewing operational analyses, spend and cost saving analysis, and interpreting and reporting commodity data.
The Purchasing Manager is responsible for planning, directing and controlling the activities relating to the procurement, recording, storage, and movement i.e. all material flow of materials used in the manufacturing process in accordance with company policies.
The Group Logistics Manager is typically responsible for multiple customer logistics accounts or one large customer account. It will include the management and improvement of services provided to customers, as well as the development and implementation of customer performance measurements.
The Manager, Material Supply & Inventory Optimization will develop, document and own optimization of component operating plans and associated inventory strategies. These strategies will drive improvements in service, cash, cost and time through Network Loss Analysis.
The Category Procurement Manager will be accountable to support the LATAM Region for all Procurement Sourcing requirements for Packaging, Raw Materials and Third Party co pack partners in addition to supporting the regions NPD and Innovation initiatives.
In this role, you will develop and implement effective regional and/or global sourcing strategies. Provide the best total value for purchased commodity sets. Support cross-functional efforts to reduce costs, standardize globally and reduce surety of supply risk.
In this role, you will coordinate with Commercial / Legal / Contracts staff on exceptions to standard terms and conditions and advise Operations and procurement staff regarding acceptability of requested changes.
In this role, the selected candidate will work with business team, technical team, BT leadership team and external partners to generate, evaluate, and implement continuous improvement ideas; manage day-to-day support of Logistics systems and provide support to the impacted business users.
This position is responsible for coordinating all shipping, receiving, late point packaging, customer service functions, traffic, inventory control, storage and handling of both raw materials and finished goods. This position is responsible for managing the department/facility budget. The Distribution Center Manager has supervisory responsibility for distribution personnel.
Qualifies and quantifies sales opportunities using UPS internal resources (e.g., Solutions and Pricing groups, etc.) to ensure potential accounts are viable based on UPS's product and industry alignment and available resources.