Supply Chain Planner
2141 NW 25th Ave.
Portland, Oregon, 97210
100 Years of innovative people. Come join us for 100 more.
Weir ESCO is a respected, award-winning industry leader focused on creatively solving our customer's complex problems. We strongly believe diversity, equity, and inclusion drive innovation and make us a stronger team. We believe in enabling our customers to sustainably and efficiently deliver the energy and resources needed by a growing world. To keep us on the leading edge, we invest in our employees in the long term, not just with competitive pay and generous benefits, but with ongoing learning and development, and professional growth opportunities.
Weir ESCO's Supply Chain Planner manages global demand for multiple product families through the recommendation and implementation of replenishment strategies and turning of stock plan per product life cycle and business objectives.
Planning: Formulate supply chain process to deliver supply to the customer at required service level while optimizing inventory through the network; monitor KPI metrics and take corrective action based on trends; maintain critical inventory parameters including classification and stock setting; plan new product launch and phase out old product with minimal E&O liability; liaise with product family representatives to support execution of forecast, potential promos, life cycle planning, EOL and rollover planning; monitor supply chain critical links including LT plan vs. actual, factory capacity, geo-political impacts, etc.
Execution: Implement safety stock and forecast changes based on sufficient trend and exception demand planning; perform expedites and item set-up for organizations within the network; coordinate supply for capital build projects; execute sludge/E&O process to support optimized material flow; create/update network setting, sourcing, re-sourcing, and perform make-to-buy activity as needed
Continuous Improvement: Using data to drive change, identify process gaps causing repeat offenses in metrics misses; lead projects to improve process breakdowns and efficiencies; analyze inventories to determine how to reduce DSI, excess or optimize service level; support other organization's CI projects as needed
Two+ years' supply chain planning and analysis experience including ownership of monitoring and managing KPIs, inventory levels, forecasts, etc., identifying process gaps and recommending improvements
Analytical capabilities using SQL, Tableau, Access, Power BI, or similar software strongly preferred
Proficiency with MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), and ERP software
Willing and able to travel up to 5% domestically and 5% international as needed
Must be permanently authorized to work in the United States
Success in this role requires strong analytical, communication, interpersonal, teamwork, and technical skills along with the ability to communicate effectively at all levels of management within and outside the company.
This posting is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of duties and responsibilities, but constitutes a general definition of the position's scope and function.
ESCO offers competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and opportunity for professional growth. We take pride in providing a quality workplace and promoting equal opportunities for all.
Staffing Agencies DO NOT contact ESCO regarding recruiting-related services. Note that any unsolicited resumes received will be considered pro-bono.