Supply Chain Analyst

Company Name:
Supply Chain Analyst
Job ID 55956
Job Location AL-Huntsville-SE
Job Category Materials/Planning/Procurement/SCM
Position Title: Supply Chain Analyst
Under limited supervision, responsible for development and enhancement of supply chain. Makes sourcing decisions and implements cost reductions related to purchasing raw materials. Uses a variety of tools and systems, which may include Oracle, ECOMPRAS, APS, VMI, and ICON, COPICS, e-warehouse and Webplanner. May interface with suppliers to obtain pricing, delivery information for proposal development and/or product. Requires extensive analysis of data, for example comparing forecast to suppliers' commitment schedule to ensure parts availability for large customers/projects. May be engaged in sourcing for New Products, managing first article, and transitioning to production. May be responsible for analyzing the purchasing data of ECO's. May have responsibility for identifying suppliers for disengagement and working those changes through system. May purchase (place P.O.'s) for hot new ECO parts and urgent NPI programs only. May work on implementation and improvement of SMI program, conducting analysis to determine eligibility for program, creating addendums, communication and training.
The primary responsibilities of this position include, but may not be limited to, the following:
o Developing and enhancing the supply chain for specific customers
o Making sourcing decisions and implementing cost reductions related to the purchase of raw materials
o Working with supply base and to quote new products
o Implementing agility and flexibility programs with the supply base
o Working closely with Program Manager(s) to support all customer supply chain needs
To be considered for this position, candidate will possess, and demonstrate, the following education, experience, skills and characteristics:
o Bachelor's Degree in Business or Supply Chain discipline
o 4 years' directly related experience
o Good communication skills both oral and written
o Must have good computer skills and be familiar with Microsoft Office suite

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