Material planning and coordinating to ensure part availability for production including proactive and responsive problem solving with suppliers.
Drive and support all activities that improve Inventory Accuracy, Bill of Material Accuracy, Part Excess/Obsolescence analysis, New Model Introduction, and logistics planning.
Participate in logistics improvement projects including RWIP reduction, Supplier capacity data collection, and analysis, Returnable packing improvements.
Develop and maintain supplier relationships with existing and new suppliers.
Coordinate and manage any schedule changes or supply shortages with the scheduling team to have the least impact on manufacturing.
Assist with the cycle counting process to maintain accurate inventory counts.
Participate in the phase in and phase out of model lines, controlling part availability for successful model line launches, and obsolescence when models are discontinued
Create new processes to improve supplier performance, reduce expedites, and reduce inventory without causing downtime on the production lines.
Bachelor's Degree, preferably in Supply Chain Management, Business, Finance, Engineering, or related field
3+ years of experience in Supply Chain Management
Working understanding of MRP systems
Understanding of manufacturing and supply chain concepts and parts flow
Effective communication skills
Flexibility and the ability to simultaneously manage multiple tasks
Must possess sound judgment, planning, and systematic skills to relate to management, production, and supply base contacts
Exceptional verbal and written communication skills • Outstanding people skills, with the ability to drive teams to drive exceptional results
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