The Supply Chain Analyst may perform supply chain analytics involved in demand and resource planning, capacity analyses across the Value Stream. This position will work with the Value Stream to manage machine and labor capacity including crew sizing, overtime and prepare/interpret supply chain information to support Value Stream initiatives.
In this role, the selected candidate will develop, assess and add new strategic supply partners for new technology programs, and align them with strategic technology gap closure plans; drive supplier VA/VE, and productivity ideas in alignment with program needs.
The position is responsible for maintaining all procedures and work instructions regarding conflict minerals. Responsibilities include: training, communications, documentation, support, upgrading, and all other activities associated with the subject.
The Category Buyer II position is an advanced role in purchasing. With limited supervision, this role will assure supply of components to maintain production levels consistent with quality and quantity specifications at optimum cost.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for purchasing materials, services, rentals and services per the Policies and Procedures of Supply Chain Management including appropriate Terms and Conditions and Insurance.
This position is responsible for supporting the development and execution of Global Commodity Strategies designed to leverage worldwide purchase of raw materials, components, and various products required, in support of the Original Equipment and Aftermarket businesses.
In this role, you will analyze multiple requirements and corporate procurement demand which satisfy the requirements of the requesting program or department and are in the best interest of the company.
The ideal candidate will possess 5 to 10 years of domestic and international purchasing experience that includes developing and maintaining foreign supply chain relationships, working in a plant environment, product development, supplier certification and parts prints.
In this role, the selected candidate will lead/coordinate negotiation of all major project purchases in all commodities, utilizing available department resources as assigned by supervisor, and working within business-unit, divisional, regional and global supplier agreements.
The Purchasing Program Buyer E Components is responsible for material cost, according to the product line strategy, for leading purchasing related projects within a global matrix organization and the coordination in line with the plants and Commodity Management.
This position will act as the commodity expert for the procurement of non-medical research equipment, supplies and services, safety, hazardous waste management, logistics and transportation across the University.
In this role, you will prepare guidelines of good practices for entry level and mid level team members to follow on specific assignments. The selected candidate will act in a senior technical role on projects to assist clients in developing or improving supply chain systems.
In this role, you will be responsible for analysis and utilization of continuous improvement tools to design Supply Chain Solutions for current and future operations. Provides coaching / mentorship to other engineers.