Supply Chain Manager, Contract Manufacturing

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Washington, MO

Industry: Manufacturing

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Not Specified years

Posted 39 days ago

  by    Bill Marek

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER, CONTRACT MANUFACTURING

Washington, MO

Relocation: Yes

Competitive salary [about $120K]- plus Bonus – Full Benefits – World Class Corporation

Supply Chain Manager for a fast-pasted developing business. As a member of the plant leadership team, this position leads the following activities:

Customer Service – Inside Sales, and Order Entry

Planning/Scheduling – Capacity Planning, Master Scheduling, Finite Production Scheduling and Raw Material

Contract Manufacturing – Operating Supplies, Services and Outside Processing

This position will establish a world-class integrated business planning process, along with metrics necessary to track supply chain effectiveness, efficiency and sales opportunities. This position will also develop a strategic process to leverage capacity and improve reaction time to market disruptions. A successful candidate will be highly organized and be able to develop and implement strategies that synchronize commercial, planning and procurement activities to improve business results.

Key Responsibilities & Duties:

Be a high integrity leader in the organization that advances the culture.

Lead the Inside Sales team to deliver excellent customer service. Timely and accurate contract review and order entry. Risk Assessments and mitigation plans

Lead the plant SIOP process for demand and supply planning, supportfinancial reconciliation and management review. Collaborate with end to end SIOP process.

Responsible for raw material Inventory ordering and implementing strategies that increase inventory turns and the reliability of supply.

Creation of master production schedules.

Implement an achievable Supply plan (production volumes, purchased materials and stock) through the support of SIOP planning and execution.

Promote and deploy LEAN techniques and thinking, driving continuous improvement and lead (cost base) efficiency improvements within the process utilizing business systems and tools.

Develop robust Program Management structure for key programs that can ensure that the organization delivers excellent performance to customers customer expectations and creates value.

Conduct regular business reviews with key suppliers to ensure consistence in communication.

Provides suppliers with demand forecasts and proactively monitors supplier's short-term capacity

Work with suppliers to address temporary constraints and escalates potential long-term supplier capacity issues and drives collaborative planning, forecasting and replenishment with key suppliers targeting at an optimal end to end supply chain.

Effectively manage personnel in production control, logistics, contract manufacturing and customer service

Responsible for managing the forecasting, order management and quotations, production planning, procurement, capacity planning, and transportation operations into a synchronized supply chain organization.

Perform strategic capacity verses requirements studies to ensure efficient and effective deployment/utilization of resources to meet demand.

Conducts periodic formal assessments of the plant activities to ensure that policies and procedures are properly followed and that all activities and transactions are in compliance with the appropriate laws.

Setting up, delivering, measuring and analyzing Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and taking corrective actions. ASAT self-auditresponsibilities. Ensure Trade compliance regulations are met.

Preferred Qualifications:

Master's degree from an accredited institution in Business, Engineering, Manufacturing or Sciences

5+ years of experience in a manufacturing environment. APICS or CPIM certification

Salary

$126K - $150K