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Supply Chain Engineer

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JOB TITLE:
Supply Chain Engineer
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JOB LOCATION:
St. Paul Minnesota / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION :
Supply Chain Engineer
Pay Rate: $21.94/HR


Cortech is seeking a Supply Chain Engineer in St Paul, MN.


The Supply Chain Engineer is a key team member who leverages both technical and business skills within the Supply Chain organization to optimize value. Scope of work is across all Abbott EP sites to support local teams in finding methods to reduce risk and cost.

Job Duties:
• Perform should cost analyses and models to support strategic procurement
• Collaborate with cross functional team members to develop negotiation strategies and deliver savings
• Partner with R&D to develop Design to Cost and Design to Value models for new components and/or high level assemblies
• Partnering with other supply chain and functional roles in the evaluation of supplier capabilities and business fit.
• Lead or participate in supplier selection process when determining business awards for components or
assemblies
• Identify opportunities to initiate continuous improvement projects within value streams that contribute to reduced cost, lead time and risk profiles.
• Assess internally manufactured components and/or assemblies for Make vs. Buy assessments
• Perform capacity analysis by partnering with suppliers and leading through a capacity assessment.
• Develop and maintain a should cost model library
• Develop and maintain a library of standard parts
• Maintain current knowledge of latest manufacturing technologies
• Demonstrate excellent team skills, positive attitude, and high ethical standards
• Other Duties:
• Participate in special projects, as necessary
• Integrate new knowledge and skills into daily work and share with colleagues as appropriate

Qualifications:
• BS degree in Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Manufacturing, or Industrial Engineering with 8 years working within a medical device manufacturing company with primary responsibility for manufacturing process development and/or product costing
• Experience with DFM, DTC and DTV
• Experience with developing Should Cost analyses of components and high-level assemblies manufactured with electronics, machining, fabrication and/or injection molding processes
• Proficient in the development of presentations that effectively communicate analytic results, appropriate for multiple levels in the organization.
• Multi-tasks, prioritizes and meets deadlines in timely manner

Position Details

Jun 14, 2021
S16204860790964422
Minnesota / United States
St. Paul
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Supply Chain Engineer
Pay Rate: $21.94/HR


Cortech is seeking a Supply Chain Engineer in St Paul, MN.


The Supply Chain Engineer is a key team member who leverages both technical and business skills within the Supply Chain organization to optimize value. Scope of work is across all Abbott EP sites to support local teams in finding methods to reduce risk and cost.

Job Duties:
• Perform should cost analyses and models to support strategic procurement
• Collaborate with cross functional team members to develop negotiation strategies and deliver savings
• Partner with R&D to develop Design to Cost and Design to Value models for new components and/or high level assemblies
• Partnering with other supply chain and functional roles in the evaluation of supplier capabilities and business fit.
• Lead or participate in supplier selection process when determining business awards for components or
assemblies
• Identify opportunities to initiate continuous improvement projects within value streams that contribute to reduced cost, lead time and risk profiles.
• Assess internally manufactured components and/or assemblies for Make vs. Buy assessments
• Perform capacity analysis by partnering with suppliers and leading through a capacity assessment.
• Develop and maintain a should cost model library
• Develop and maintain a library of standard parts
• Maintain current knowledge of latest manufacturing technologies
• Demonstrate excellent team skills, positive attitude, and high ethical standards
• Other Duties:
• Participate in special projects, as necessary
• Integrate new knowledge and skills into daily work and share with colleagues as appropriate

Qualifications:
• BS degree in Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Manufacturing, or Industrial Engineering with 8 years working within a medical device manufacturing company with primary responsibility for manufacturing process development and/or product costing
• Experience with DFM, DTC and DTV
• Experience with developing Should Cost analyses of components and high-level assemblies manufactured with electronics, machining, fabrication and/or injection molding processes
• Proficient in the development of presentations that effectively communicate analytic results, appropriate for multiple levels in the organization.
• Multi-tasks, prioritizes and meets deadlines in timely manner