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Supply Chain Analyst

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER

 

FLSA Status:       Non-Exempt

EEO Class Code: Professional 

NATURE OF WORK

This candidate reports directly to the Director of Logistics and Assets and supports all activities relating to the supply chain for the purchasing, delivery, management and financial analysis of consumables, supplies and office equipment, in a growing facilities management environment. This position communicates with other departments including Sales, Finance, Operations and Quality Control. This candidate needs to be assertive, pro-active, customer focused and results and detail oriented. They must demonstrate multi-tasking skill to manage various projects with short deadlines, work in a team environment, be deadline focused and technologically adept. Must have a minimum of three years’ experience in purchasing/supply chain field, preferably within facility related products or services.

  • Manages all process related to the external procurement of raw materials, purchased parts, consumable supplies for entire facility and services required at minimum cost. Must be consistent with the Operations department scheduled delivery requirements and quality specifications.
  • Manages assets and purchased parts. Ensure accuracy of inventory (quantity and price).
  • Ensure accuracy of all Bills of Materials across all product lines.
  • Negotiates and monitors performance and capabilities of vendors to ensure maintenance of delivery, quality and price commitments to stay within each project’s budgeted guidelines.
  • Continually assesses market conditions which may affect procurement.
  • Create and Promote RFP’s
  • Execute regular product costing analysis to ensure projects coming in at or below budget.
  • Continuously look for ways to improve or streamline internal and external processes to increase productivity.
  • Supervises the negotiation of blanket orders and long-term purchase agreements covering procurement of major commodities.
  • Develop vendor key performance indicators to determine effectiveness of suppliers.
  • Develop and foster vendor relationships, with the goal of creating vendor partners that will be integral to the success of the operation.
  • Work closely with accounting department to ensure accuracy of invoices and prompt vendor payment.
  • Work with vendors to correct issues involving defective/incorrect parts and materials received.
  • Administer online and inhouse purchasing systems.
  • Maintain records of goods ordered and received.
  • Oversee Quarterly physical inventory.
  • Responsible for planning, implementing and monitoring our overall supply chain strategy and in order to maximize efficiency and productivity. 
  • Hands on experience with supply chain management
  • May be required to travel to client locations occasionally
  • Other activities as may be assigned by Management

Requirements:

  • Candidate must have a minimum of 3 years of experience in supply chain management.
  • 3-5 years of experience in Supply Chain, Purchasing or Materials Management.
  • Ability to understand complex technical projects.
  • Exceptional analytical skills.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
  • Adapts to change and challenging situations with flexibility and resilience.
  • Analyze forecast requirements and exercise “just-in-time” purchasing techniques.
  • Coordinate delivery documentation.
  • Candidate should have strong interpersonal skills, be assertive, self-directed (pro-active) and motivated.
  • Demonstrate cost savings programs/skills and ability to analyze and process data to achieve favorable results
  • Sense of ownership and pride in your performance and its impact on company’s success
  • Critical thinker and problem-solving skills
  • Team player
  • Excellent time-management skills
  • Great interpersonal and communication skills
  • BA in Supply Chain Management, Finance, or similar relevant field
  • Required: Proficiency in MS Office (Excel, Access, Word, Outlook), purchasing order management programs and willingness and adaptability to learn new computer programs.

Preferred Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Procurement, Supply Chain OR demonstrated 3+ years equivalent experience
  • Facilities management experience a plus
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