This position will act as focal point for all communication in the purchasing of rail service and carrier selection, participating in negotiating of dedicated routes and identifying cost reduction or avoidance opportunities.
The chosen candidate will be responsible for managing all operational activities and associated costs of formulations, packaging, transportation and distribution network, inventory control, and warehousing processes while maintaining a focus on cost reduction.
Serve as a strategic partner to technology business area(s) by promoting early procurement engagement and facilitating collaboration among cross-functional stakeholders and risk partners for vendor sourcing activities; develop effective working relationships with key decision makers/influencers, executives, and subject matter experts.
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.
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.
In this role, you will be responsible for forecasting and purchasing of product to prevent shortage or overage of merchandise; manage the process for reviewing and analyzing new products presented in all categories.
Provide information to various managers in the Supply Chain, Finance, and Customer Service groups. Communication regarding inbound operations, inventory control, project(s) status, and priorities will be necessary.