Manages all aspects of manufacturing supply chain and inventory, including identifying suppliers, researching goods and services, processing purchase orders, and managing inventory, and verifying delivered items.
1. Plans and implements overall supply chain strategy. 2. Fosters and maintains supplier relationships to achieve market-best pricing. 3. Determines critical supply chain KPIs. 4. Works with design, finance, program management, and operations leads to determine best vendors and distributors. 5. Researches and compares suppliers, goods, and services to maintain a deep understanding of market climate. Develops sound, cost-effective strategies for the purchase of needed materials, and selects the most suitable suppliers in terms of reliability, product quality, and cost-efficiency. 6. Requests cost proposals and negotiates contracts and prices while working closely with the Company's legal department to make sure contracts and terms are favorable. 7. Manages inventory tracking system to record stock levels and anticipate future supply and logistical needs. 8. Oversees warehouse employees and inventory stocking processes and practices. 9. Completes sales purchases, schedules deliveries, and verifies product is shipped according to deadlines. 10. Prepares and processes purchase orders and maintains records of all transactions, purchases, orders, receipts, and payments. 11. Provides purchasing planning and control information by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing data and trends, and communicates with management regularly regarding the efficient flow of goods and services affecting production. 12. Evaluates spending operations while seeking ways to improve and enhance the quality of products purchased and the timeliness of deliveries. 13. Conducts cost analyses and sets benchmarks for improvements.
14. Develops risk management procedures to mitigate losses in the event of product shortages. 15. Keeps abreast of changes affecting both the supply of, and demand for, needed products and materials. 16. Monitors inventory levels and determines purchase needs.
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