supply chain manager, Vancouver

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contact
randstad canada
job type
permanent
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job details

posted
location
vancouver, british columbia
sector
engineering
job type
permanent
reference number
2203207PROEN
contact
randstad canada
apply now

job description

We are seeking an experienced Supply Chain Manager for a high tech manufacturing client of ours in the Vancouver area.

The Supply Chain Manager oversees and leads a team responsible for ordering and scheduling plant operations, raw materials, scheduling and planning outbound freight routes to minimize overall costs.


Responsibilities:

• Develop, implement and monitor all logistics management activities required for the timely and efficient transportation and distribution of products to ship to locations.
• Coordinate and proactively communicate with internal and external logistics contacts, cross company functional contacts as well as suppliers/vendors as needed to ensure a consistent and efficient flow of goods and services.
• Create transportation capacity strategy and develop contingency plans to cost-effectively support varying levels of company sales.
• Work with Materials & Logistics departments to identify opportunities to reduce both inbound and outbound freight cost
• Manage loading dock group to ensure the accurate loading of goods according to approved loading practices to prevent freight damage during transit and ensuring safe truck operation.
• Ensure appropriate and cost-effective, efficient plans for shipments of incoming and outgoing products/supplies, ensuring timely, efficiently, high-quality delivery.
• Ensure that all raw materials are forecast, planned and ordered to ensure 100% demand fulfillment in alignment with Corporate Sourcing strategy.
• Oversee the creation of the plant production schedule for all raw materials and finished goods, to include major promotions, current orders and forecast volumes; including data analysis to support this process.
• Source materials from local suppliers where national contracts do not exist.
• Order all raw materials in a cost-effective manner consistent with a make to order production environment
• Manage all activities related to plant scheduling and outbound freight planning
• Manage build out of raw materials to prevent obsolescence due to line change
• Responsible for conducting Physical Inventories and regular cycle counts


Qualifications:

• 7 to 10 years experience in supply chain management and includes 2 years of managing a team
• Bachelor’s Degree in Supply Chain Management or related field;
• APICS and SCMP is an asset
• Practical experience and theoretical knowledge in end-to-end supply chain management
• Demonstrated expertise using Enterprise Resource Planning systems (ERP)
• Strong production planning and communication skills.
• Familiar with specifications, drawings, and bills of materials.
• Proficient with MS Office software, especially in Excel
• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
• Strong math and analytical skills.


If you would like to be considered for this opportunity please forward your resume via email to Nick Paraskeva | nick.paraskeva@randstad.ca

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