Director/Manager of Supply Chain Generic Medical Devices
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED Department: Operations
Reports to: Chief Operating Officer
Position Type: Full time
Hours Per Week: Exempt
Under the direction of the COO, the Director/Manager of Supply Chain is responsible for the successful execution of projects by coordinating resources necessary to develop, implement and continuously improve a best-in-class Strategic Supply Chain organization. The Director/Manager of Supply Chain will coordinate a wide range of activities by leading projects that source with vendors and cooperates with Engineering, Regulatory, Quality Assurance, Operations and Marketing. The Director/Manager of Supply Chain will assist in the launch of new programs, master scheduling and timely customer shipping. In addition, the Director/Manager of Supply Chain will provide support to the Management Team through reporting of inventory and providing design solutions for procurement needs using policy, processes, staff and systems.
Key Duties And Responsibilites:
Lead projects that source and coordinates projects with vendors while cooperating with engineering, regulatory, quality assurance, operations and marketing.
Achieve expected performance in several key areas: quality improvement, low cost region sourcing, and outsourcing sub assemblies.
Manage tactical inventory initiatives such as LIFO, new program launch requirements, recall coordination, master scheduling and timely customer shipping.
Implement and maintain MRP forecasting software and drive interface with ERP system.
Collaborate with internal work groups to meet supply and demand chain goals.
Report accuracy of forecast input versus actual shipments and production output versus commitment and communicate projected impact of plan on inventory levels.
Responsible for the supplier management process: supplier selection, supplier rating, supplier development, and supplier productivity.
Direct the improvement and upgrade of supply chain by conducting vendor audits, submitting audit reports and participating in Strategic Supplier Reviews to drive value improvement opportunities across the organization.
Comply with all appropriate policies, procedures, safety rules and regulations; recommends policies requited to meet goals and ensure business compliance.
Actively take ownership and responsibility for management and accuracy of approved finished inventory records.
Minimum Requirements And Qualifications:
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and or ability required for this position.
Bachelors degree in life sciences, engineering, business administration or other similar discipline (an advanced degree is preferred).
6 years experience in the medical device industry
3 years of experience managing cross functional device development projects
Proficiency with MS Excel, MS Project, Visio and PowerPoint
Additional Preferred Qualifications:
Experience in a start-up or small company environment
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