Supply Chain Leader
Loveland, CO 80538 US
Title: Supply Chain Manager
Location: Loveland, CO
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Hire Type: Direct hire
The Supply Chain Manager reports to the Director Supply Chain and functionally to the Site Operations Leader. This position will have comprehensive responsibility for the Purchasing functions for Operations including supervision of the site buying team and logistics. As a member of the Supply Chain team, the successful candidate will partner with other staff members to execute the financial commitments of the business. Responsible for the procurement of all purchased items, including Direct and Indirect Material, as well as Capital goods and equipment.
- Develop and implement an approved overall Purchasing Management Plan for the year in accordance with the objectives of the Business Unit’s Strategic Supply Chain Plan.
- Design and implement improvements to Purchasing to support the growth plan and customer go-to-market strategies. Improve responsiveness to customers and reduce operating expenses and working capital.
- Develop site specific inventory management strategies and programs to ensure maximum inventory turns, and consistent support to manufacturing.
- Work with manufacturing and quality to support outsourcing and in-sourcing activities.
- Drive and ensure suppliers are held accountable for meeting continuous improvement initiatives both including lead time reduction, flexibility to schedules, quality improvement, inventory reduction and cost reduction on year over year basis.
- Direct the activities of Purchasing in order to control and assure parts, materials supplies and services are purchased at the lowest possible cost consistent with established standards for quality, quantity and service. Maintain the necessary supporting records.
Bachelor’s Degree in related discipline required; MBA preferred. CPM or CPIM Certification a plus.
- 5-7 years of experience buying fabricated, machined components and assemblies; supervisory experience. Proficient in machining process will be a competitive advantage.
- Strong project management skills, including the ability to prioritize, balance, and manage multiple priorities with a high sense of urgency in a rapidly changing environment.
- Proven track record of solid analytical skills and solution-driven thinking.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to convey information and ideas in a variety of media
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or genetic information