Must be able to work in a team environment, be a self starter and have good written and verbal communication skills.
Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or related curriculum or equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. 2 years experience in at least one of the following areas of specialization: Demand planning inventory management, Procurement, Operational logistics across distribution networks. APICS certificate (Association for supply chain and operations management) preferred.
Under general direction, perform the supply chain management activities necessary to maintain accurate part inventories at optimum stock levels that ensure the business can meet global demands, as appropriate to area of specialization or expertise.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities:
Essential Functions: 1. Contribute to the planning, procurement, logistics and inventory management of parts throughout the business unit. 2.
Apply sound judgment, experience and specialized supply chain management knowledge to meet performance metrics. 3. Demonstrate ability to anticipate emerging trends and their potential impact to the business. 4. Analyze key performance indicators to ensure supply chain service level goals are achieved. 5.
Demonstrate understanding of the financial and logistical impact of inventory investment decisions. 7. Perform lifecycle planning on rotable and perishable inventory items as required. 8. Prepare recommendations for changes to supply chain tactical plans in response to changing business requirements. 9.
Assist in determining whether excess inventory is subject to re-distribution, sale or disposal. 10. Develop and maintain relationships with other functional areas to understand problems relating to shortages, distribution, customer provisioning, service center demand, and over-the-counter sales. Recommend solutions.
Additional Functions: 1. Develop replenishment plans which highlight future inventory imbalances.
Take appropriate actions to re-balance inventory levels while minimizing associated logistics costs. 2. Prepare daily, weekly and monthly reports pertaining to current status of group/individual workload, inventory levels, associated logistics considerations, and overall customer fill rate. 3. Review engineering drawings, vendor part catalogs, and purchased on assembly items to determine initial spares requirements in support of new and existing product lines. 4.
Complete audits as appropriate to area of specialization. 5. Participate in training new staff members and impart business knowledge, skills and experience. 6. Limited travel may be required, as appropriate to area of specialization. Perform other duties as assigned.
1. Experience in demand planning and managing inventories across distribution networks. 2.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software experience strongly preferred. 3. Experience with aircraft parts and regulations preferred. 4. Must be proficient in Microsoft Products such as Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
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