11471BRJob ID:11471BRExciting Challenges:The Director of Supply Chain has multi-site responsibility for supply planning and execution, and inventory management for plants within the Continuous Production Cluster. A primary responsibility for this role is to coordinate planning and materials management activities across the network of plants to ensure the optimum usage of resources to execute supply plans while maximizing production efficiency and achieving inventory targets.
Responsible for collaborating with Production to develop short-term (for example 1 to 3 months) and long-term (1 to 3 years) supply planning for products within the Continuous production cluster.
Oversees planning staff to ensure effective execution of supply plans while maximizing production efficiency.
Collaborate with key stakeholders to ensure security of raw materials supply for to ensure execution of supply plans.
Accountable in SIOP for supply planning and execution.
Responsible for managing inventory according to established targets including maximizing inventory turnover and reducing slow moving inventory.
This position may be included as an active member of relevant Expert Teams (recommended) to support product life cycle management and to support new product introduction into relevant plants.
Responsible for driving Product Line Simplification initiatives in the Continuous production cluster to maximize operational efficiency. This should be a collaborative process with Production and Sales.
Oversee a staff of qualified supply chain professionals, ensuring adherence to policies, procedures, and established best practices, and managing performance against established goals and objectives.
Ensure compliance to established Business Rules and Best Demonstrated Practices.
Ensure effective inventory management practices including inventory accuracy and reduction of variances.
Provide relevant and accurate reports to key stakeholders on a timely basis.
Fulfill other duties as determined by the Vice President of Supply Chain, and / or the VP, Operations.Job Title:Supply Chain ManagerCountry:United States of AmericaLocation:Dallas, TX Job Category:Procurement / Logistics / Materials ManagementBuilding Trust Every Day:Competitive Benefits: Health Insurance, 401k with company match, year-end profit-sharing bonus, paid time off, and paid holidays.
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"Equal Opportunity Employer Veterans/Disabled"Who we are:Join Sika, a global company established in 1910. Sika is a leading supplier of specialty chemical products and industrial materials serving construction and industrial markets. With subsidiaries in 100 countries around the world and in over 300 factories, Sika employs more than 25,000 people.
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Sika is a continually growing company with a variety of locations that offers opportunity to advance through career development. We are committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion.Skills you`ll need: BA/BS in Business Management, Supply Chain Management, or equivalent.
5+ years Supply Chain leadership experience in a manufacturing environment.
Strong analytical skills in process/data, exceptional problem solving, and able to make improvements
Knowledge of supply chain processes required; inventory management including components of inventory, demand and supply management, capacity planning, and materials management.
Ability to influence key stakeholders through the organization, resolving conflicts and drive results, bridge between different functions and teams.
Previous experience in working with data including analytical analysis which encompasses daily KPI reports and/or reporting measures
Well organized, structural and process driven with a speed & execution mindset
Must be proficient in the use of Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint.
Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills