Purchasing Materials Manager
$90,000 – $100,000
Purchasing / Materials Manager for a large Tier 1 auto parts plant near Topeka, KS.
This position reports to the Plant Manager.
Will be responsible for salaried and hourly employees.
Will be responsible for all materials functions except customer service and experience must include all those functions: Purchasing, Production Control, Inventory Control, Warehousing, Shipping, Receiving and Transportation.
A BS/BA degree is required and an MBA and certifications (CPIM and CPM) are strongly preferred. Absolutely must have automotive experience.
Site Procurement Manager
$110,000 – $140,000
Sep 23, 2016
Great opportunity to join a global chemical leader as the Site Procurement Manager. Strategic site responsibility for the procurement team, including planning and execution of site/line goods and services procurement and cost management.
— Manage site-level category strategy execution and cost management. Manage site-level budget and track performance vs. plan.
— Support internal site customers: Drive achievement of goals/targets as they relate to strategic cost management and supply chain optimization; Exchange information with and help local site-based end users to achieve improved supply conditions and meet strategic objectives, and Guide the identification of proper and justifiable reorder points and reorder quantities to maintain optimal working capital levels to support the needs of Maintenance and Operations.
— Manage supplier relationships: Set up local supplier relationships; Ensure site service needs are met and driving TCO/ life cycle cost reduction objectives. Lead regular performance, business, and financial reviews with local suppliers. Ensure that data is accurate and maintained in a timely manner according to policy.
— Manage site Procurement team: Ensure buyer/end user compliance with policies, procedures and internal controls, and coach and support the development of site procurement personnel and act as a role model to the team. Evaluate (and enhance as necessary site procurement talent profile.
— Oversee total annual site operating and capital spend ranging from ~$50M to ~$500M.
Director of Commodity
Job Code (02393709)
Location: Evansville, IN
Salary: $120,000.00 – $170,000.00
Full Benefits: Yes
Interview Exp: Yes
Relo Exp: Yes
Comp Comments: + 20% Bonus
•Identifying, developing and promoting collaborative sourcing strategy and solutions driving changes in suppliers, processes, systems while meeting and/or exceeding savings, service, capacity and growth requirements;
•Managing staff to ensure departmental goals are achieved;
•Working collaboratively across the company to improve overall cost, service and on-time delivery performance;
•Developing new and enhancing existing processes, systems and programs;
•Proactively measuring, monitoring and reporting key performance indicators such as cost savings, inflation, on-time delivery, backorders, etc.;
•Negotiating agreements addressing capacity, risk and supply while meeting business objectives at the lowest total cost.
Education: 4-year degree required; Business, Engineering, Supply Chain or related disciplines preferred.
Required Skills:•5-7 years of experience in Materials, Sourcing or Purchasing; APPLY
Supply Chain Director
Location Phoenix, AZ
Salary $145,000 – $195,000
Industry: Medical Device
Job Code: 02392144
Aug 18, 2016
Director Supply Chain-Phoenix, AZ or Minneapolis, MN
This individual develops and implements supply chain strategies and innovative solutions which support business growth, customer satisfaction, cost management, and overall supply chain objectives for product availability, delivery performance, forecast accuracy, inventory, scrap/obsolescence and freight. This position works closely with the Leadership Staff, Operations Excellence, Field Inventory team, other internal cross-functional partners, as well as external parties to implement new supply chain models. A key and preliminary area of focus for this role is to develop and implement inventory strategies and models by working with external parties to reduce inventory investment. Subsequent areas of focus include, but are not limited to: developing new models for service (product availability, delivery performance and perfect order); planning systems, tools and analytics enhancement; and overall supply chain cost optimization.