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Regional Supply Chain Manager (CMP) - North America

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JOB TITLE:

Regional Supply Chain Manager (CMP) - North America

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JOB LOCATION:

Newark, DE United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Job Description:

  • The Regional Supply Chain Manager is accountable for the planning and scheduling of raw materials, intermediates, and finished goods out of NAR for customers globally.
  • The Regional Supply Chain Manager is a major facilitator of the Integrated Business Process meetings in the short and mid-term horizon and maintains close communication with several teams within the business and operations.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the design of the NAR supply chain to achieve the customer service level objectives of the business.
  • Accountable for receiving the supply plan from the Master Planner, translating it into a Master Production Schedule and Asset Schedule, identifying constraints and communicating the plan to the manufacturing organization for execution.
  • Accountable for raw materials ordering, managing risks associated with suppliers and Contract Manufacturing organizations
  • Accountable for finished goods and tolled distribution plans.
  • Provide oversight to the Master Schedulers, Asset Schedulers, Distribution Requirement Planners and Material Planners at the plant
  • Interview and hire staff as needed and oversee staff training.
  • Lead and develop the NAR team to be a best-in-class Supply Chain Team.
  • Benchmark other supply chain operations and implement best practices.
  • Maintain an effective performance management process reviewing all direct reports’ progress against mid-year and annual plans and continually develop their effectiveness as technical practitioners, as well as providing opportunity for career development
  • Responsible for facilitating the Integrated Business meetings across Demand, Operations, Sourcing, Finance and Logistics organizations, including the Decision Center calls and Demand Supply Reconciliation meetings
  • Responsible for assessing material and information flows across the supply chain at tactical and/or strategic levels
  • Define and implement information technology infrastructure to support supply chain operations.
  • Develops and maintains policies and procedures for safety stock, lead time, MTO / MTS strategies, schedule changes and appropriate approvals.
  • Responsible to manage supply chain optimizations projects or make/buy decisions on new and existing products, in collaboration with Sales and Marketing teams.
  • Responsible for managing the rules for abnormal demand, supply issues (including constrained supply), and customer requirements outside the capability of the supply chain to deliver.
  • Responsible for defining, prioritizing and managing Lean/Six Sigma project activities in pursuit of supply chain improvement.
  • Responsible for driving process simplification and standardization
  • Responsible for consistently monitoring performance metrics, analsysi root cause and corrective actions and identifying opportunities to deliver an improved competitive advantage
  • Responsible for production capacity utilization, Performance-to-Plan and Performance-to-Schedule actuals in alignment with Operations on the capacity improvement projects.
  • Responsible for Regional Inventory level, inventory health and Days’ supply of inventory to minimize production risk while maximizing inventory turns.
  • Responsible for mitigating risk of inventory obsolescence by evaluating aging and blocked inventory and performing a root cause analysis in cases of expired inventory to prevent similar issues from happening in the future
  • Responsible for on time delivery in accordance with Order Fulfillment

Organizational Relationships:

  • Reports to the Global Supply Chain Manager
  • Works in close coordination with the plant, and working together with site leader and area managers
  • Works closely with procurement, contract manufacturing and supplier quality teams
  • Works closely with Logistics resources
  • Works with the Engineering Science and Capital Engineering team for key capacity projects

Qualifications:

  • University degree in Engineering or a related discipline
  • APICS CPIM Certified
  • A minimum of 12 Years of Experience, at least 3 years in a management role
  • At least 6 years in an operational role and ideally 6 years of supply chain experience
  • Direct ERP experience required
  • Certified and active Six Sigma practitioner

About DuPont:

For more than 200 years, DuPont has been innovating around you, while continually reinventing itself to bring technology-driven solutions to our customers. Right now, we are focused on helping customers advance their best ideas and delivering specialized products and solutions to transform industries and everyday life. From helping electric cars charge faster and go farther to meeting life’s essentials for clean water, we’re around the world, working side by side with industry leaders in safety, healthcare, electronics, mobility and construction, to help you thrive today.

 Why wait for a better future? Invent a better now.

Position Details

POSTED:

Oct 02, 2022

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SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S1650067216145867

LOCATION:

United States

CITY:

Newark, DE

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<p><strong>Job Description:</strong></p><ul><li>The Regional Supply Chain Manager is accountable for the planning and scheduling of raw materials, intermediates, and finished goods out of NAR for customers globally.</li><li>The Regional Supply Chain Manager is a major facilitator of the Integrated Business Process meetings in the short and mid-term horizon and maintains close communication with several teams within the business and operations.</li></ul><p><strong>Responsibilities:</strong></p><ul><li>Responsible for the design of the NAR supply chain to achieve the customer service level objectives of the business.</li><li>Accountable for receiving the supply plan from the Master Planner, translating it into a Master Production Schedule and Asset Schedule, identifying constraints and communicating the plan to the manufacturing organization for execution.</li><li>Accountable for raw materials ordering, managing risks associated with suppliers and Contract Manufacturing organizations</li><li>Accountable for finished goods and tolled distribution plans.</li><li>Provide oversight to the Master Schedulers, Asset Schedulers, Distribution Requirement Planners and Material Planners at the plant</li><li>Interview and hire staff as needed and oversee staff training.</li><li>Lead and develop the NAR team to be a best-in-class Supply Chain Team.</li><li>Benchmark other supply chain operations and implement best practices.</li><li>Maintain an effective performance management process reviewing all direct reports’ progress against mid-year and annual plans and continually develop their effectiveness as technical practitioners, as well as providing opportunity for career development</li><li>Responsible for facilitating the Integrated Business meetings across Demand, Operations, Sourcing, Finance and Logistics organizations, including the Decision Center calls and Demand Supply Reconciliation meetings</li><li>Responsible for assessing material and information flows across the supply chain at tactical and/or strategic levels</li><li>Define and implement information technology infrastructure to support supply chain operations.</li><li>Develops and maintains policies and procedures for safety stock, lead time, MTO / MTS strategies, schedule changes and appropriate approvals.</li><li>Responsible to manage supply chain optimizations projects or make/buy decisions on new and existing products, in collaboration with Sales and Marketing teams.</li><li>Responsible for managing the rules for abnormal demand, supply issues (including constrained supply), and customer requirements outside the capability of the supply chain to deliver.</li><li>Responsible for defining, prioritizing and managing Lean/Six Sigma project activities in pursuit of supply chain improvement.</li><li>Responsible for driving process simplification and standardization</li><li>Responsible for consistently monitoring performance metrics, analsysi root cause and corrective actions and identifying opportunities to deliver an improved competitive advantage</li><li>Responsible for production capacity utilization, Performance-to-Plan and Performance-to-Schedule actuals in alignment with Operations on the capacity improvement projects.</li><li>Responsible for Regional Inventory level, inventory health and Days’ supply of inventory to minimize production risk while maximizing inventory turns.</li><li>Responsible for mitigating risk of inventory obsolescence by evaluating aging and blocked inventory and performing a root cause analysis in cases of expired inventory to prevent similar issues from happening in the future</li><li>Responsible for on time delivery in accordance with Order Fulfillment</li></ul><p><strong>Organizational Relationships:</strong></p><ul><li>Reports to the Global Supply Chain Manager</li><li>Works in close coordination with the plant, and working together with site leader and area managers</li><li>Works closely with procurement, contract manufacturing and supplier quality teams</li><li>Works closely with Logistics resources</li><li>Works with the Engineering Science and Capital Engineering team for key capacity projects</li></ul><p><strong>Qualifications:</strong></p><ul><li>University degree in Engineering or a related discipline</li><li>APICS CPIM Certified</li><li>A minimum of 12 Years of Experience, at least 3 years in a management role</li><li>At least 6 years in an operational role and ideally 6 years of supply chain experience</li><li>Direct ERP experience required</li><li>Certified and active Six Sigma practitioner</li></ul><p><strong>About DuPont:</strong></p><p>For more than 200 years, DuPont has been innovating around you, while continually reinventing itself to bring technology-driven solutions to our customers. Right now, we are focused on helping customers advance their best ideas and delivering specialized products and solutions to transform industries and everyday life. From helping electric cars charge faster and go farther to meeting life’s essentials for clean water, we’re around the world, working side by side with industry leaders in safety, healthcare, electronics, mobility and construction, to help you thrive today.</p><p> Why wait for a better future? Invent a better now.</p>


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