As a GSC Project Manager, you will take responsibility for one or more areas of focus, including logistics, customer project order fulfillment, new product introductions, optimization, planning, and/or operations.
In this role, the selected candidate will ensure that all Purchase Order and delivery details are shared with respective Inventory Manager; track order in shipment and provide status updates to Inventory Manager.
Proactively manage risks and opportunities such as allocation of resources, modification of schedule, or revision of contractual specifications and work with the Functions, PMO and customer on resolution.
Includes creating project plans and timelines, setting up project meetings and conferences, provide weekly and monthly status reporting. collaborate with multiple project leads / managers to provide consolidated reporting and performance metrics.
The Supply Chain Engineering Manager will be responsible for analysis and utilization of continuous improvement methodology to lead the design of complex Supply Chain Solutions for current and future operations.
In this role, the selected candidate will manage and coordinate all demand and understand the Client-Customer deal economics for both Pre-Sales bid responses and purchasing to support delivery of projects that have been won.
Conduct trends analysis, provide guidance and input for improvement to the RMA process as well as the system and tools used to track, maintain, and control serialized equipment / financially significant assets.
Developing or assisting with the development of Strategic Sourcing solicitation documents RF(x) RFP / RFQ / RFI as well as facilitating (or overseeing the facilitation of) the comprehensive sourcing and contracting process.
Collaborates with internal resources to ensure maintains current understanding of us import/export regulations, reviews upcoming or potential regulation changes and proposals, and supports awareness of these changes across applicable functions within pfizer and third parties.
The Senior Manager, Logistics is responsible for all account management, customer service satisfaction and maintenance of employee relations and development. Duties of this position include: Management of all areas of transportation; to include safety equipment utilization, DOT regulations, employee retention profit and loss responsibility and OSHA.