$80K — $100K *
WHAT YOU’LL DO
Responsible for managing and enhancing supply planning systems and reports that support Division requirements. This will include ensuring systems and reports are suitably scalable for future growth potential. Spec, test, implement and train key business partners on supply chain planning reports, system architecture and integration of software systems. Participate in the monthly sales and operations planning process, and drive on-going continuous improvement activities within supply chain operations. Play a key role in the achievement of ADCs high levels of customer satisfaction while supporting cost reduction activities. Support master scheduling and planning activities for glucose monitoring products and/or accessories as designed. Develop and maintain supply planning reports, replenishment plans, project inventory, measure manufacturing/replenishment adherence, monitor back orders and various other supply chain planning KPI's. Communicate KPI's to upper management. Oversee maintenance of various systems to set up item master, logistics network, and planning parameters for new products, sustaining and end of life products glucose monitoring products and/or accessories. Oversee maintenance of monthly item master and inventory exception messages. Analyze root causes of supply change requests, E&O and back orders. Drive initiatives for on-going continuous improvement activities to reduce number of supply changes, reduce E&O and reduce back orders. Oversee regional planning of designated product line including; ability to set safety levels, planning horizon, last time buy quantity, launch quantity, annual MPS and develop level loaded plan. Ensure inventory is transferred between worldwide manufacturing and distribution locations. Prepare and present product review slides at monthly GSOP meeting to upper levels of management. Initiate and lead cross functional project teams that support business initiatives to improve efficiencies and reduce costs.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE YOU’LL BRING
Bachelors of Science degree, plus 5 years related experience, or Bachelors of Art degree, plus 7 years related experience
5 years of related experience in a supply chain, operations or R&D environment. Experience in one or more of the following areas: order management, order fulfillment, logistics, customer service, master scheduling, inventory planning, inventory control, manufacturing, supplier quality, regulatory affairs or engineering. Requires excellent analytical and communication skills. Proven ability to collaborate with numerous functions, build consensus across functional, business units, and geographic boundaries. Must be skilled user of Microsoft Excel.
Valid through: 11/28/2020