Supply Chain Manager:
S/he is responsible for the implementation of logistic and supply chain policy, management of the Master Production Schedule (MPS), development of the trade principles on upstream and downstream flows, improve logistic performances, competencies, tools and organization.
S/he develops and maintains excellent working relationship across all levels of the organization with the supply chain and lines of business. S/he works closely with the offer management organization to drive demand shaping, align the supply chain with product enhancements/new introductions and to define required lead-times.
S/he directs the demand review process to align supply chain with growth expectations over quarter, year and following year timeline. S/he addresses forecast accuracy issues and demand shaping actions.
S/he recommends supply chain capacity and capability changes based on the demand review. S/he coordinates with the supply chain planning team to proactively align upstream/downstream supply with demand.
S/he synthesizes the offer management, demand, and supply review outcomes into a recommendation at the executive level for supply chain capacity and capability planning over the quarter, year, and following year timeline. Supervises 10 subordinates [Planner, Entry Level Planner, Customer Care Coordinator, Procurement Buyer, Jr. Planner, Procurement Buyer, Operations Master Data Analyst, Master Production Scheduler, Inventory Analyst, and Planner/ Buyer].
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Management, or Supply Chain and six years of progressive work experience in Supply Chain Management. Also must have six years of work experience with: driving demand shaping, aligning the supply chain with product enhancements/new introductions, and defining required lead-times; aligning supply chain with growth expectations over quarter, year and following year timeline; aligning upstream/downstream supply with demand; and synthesizing the Offer Management, Demand, and Supply review outcomes into a recommendation at the Executive level for supply chain capacity and capability planning over the quarter, year, and following year timeline.