Supply Chain Planning Associate Manager (Raw Materials)

Job Description

Auto req ID: 203384BR

Job Description

  • Manage the raw materials specific to the assigned Division of the PBC Network. There will be considerable focus on strategizing to manage write-off mitigation and ensure innovation readiness. In addition, key responsibilities include change management and training of local raw material planners, system health analysis and identifying/implementing process improvements.
  • Perform Raw Material Forecasting for National and Division Promotional and Innovation projects including forecasting, bill of material updates and inventory tracking through the project lifecycle.
  • This role will interact with numerous cross functions including Global Procurement, Integration, external Raw Material Suppliers, and Field Planners to prevent any raw material supply gaps.
  • This role will be the main point of contact with numerous national and regional product initiatives.
  • A key requirement for the candidate is excellent communication skills and the ability to lead a team of at least 10 field raw material coordinators. The ability to understand analytics and use data to influence decisions is a needed cored strength. Strong Excel skills and proven Project Management skills are also a necessity.

Qualifications/Requirements

  • 5-10 years of Supply Chain Planning Experience
  • College Degree in Supply Chain / Logistics / Industrial Engineering
  • Desired location: Purchase, New York

Relocation Eligible: Eligible for Standard Relocation
Job Type: Regular


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