27 May 2023
Part-Time Regional Supply Chain Manager – Jaranwala
The Supply Chain Manager is responsible for all areas of the supply chain and operations of the firm, including procurement, vendor relations, manufacturing, logistics, and distribution. Develops and executes strategies for managing supply chain processes in support of manufacturing and operations. Ensures resource needs are met by supervising demand forecasting, supply planning, and procurement. Communicates with executives to get the resources necessary to meet customer requests and to assure delivery and/or execution.
Job Title : Regional Supply Chain Manager
Location : Jaranwala, Punjab, Pakistan
Salary : $ 32.85 per hour.
Company : Amazon.com, Inc.
Job Type : Part-Time
- The ability to manage and prepare project team resource needs in coordination with cross-functional departments is essential, as are competencies in project integration and planning, communication and documentation.
- Capable of leading staff in departmental functions such as communication, training, fulfillment, rapid turnaround on tasks asked by top management, progressive punishment, and performance assessment.
- Specifically, this role encompasses the complete strategy and execution of the supply chain management function, as well as the planning and directing of the company’s activities and operations.
- Work in collaboration with the Purchasing Manager and the Senior Supply Chain Planning Manager to ensure that there is always an adequate supply of items on hand. Customer service and satisfaction will increase as a result of this.
- Provide solutions to customers’ complaints and difficulties related to the company’s goods and services. Please notify the right authorities of any issues you have about your product’s quality or production process.
- Assemble and manage the warehouse function, which entails collecting raw materials, delivering finished goods, and placing them in the storage space.
- Making sure that an effective and accurate physical inventory system is set up and kept up. This includes making sure that ERP transactions are correct, physical inventory events happen, and cycle counting is used as needed.
- Ability to analyze problems and make sound decisions based on personal experience and training. Senior leaders are expected to communicate concisely and to provide statistics to back their claims about problems and possible solutions.
- Maintenance of detailed records, preparation of reports, and creation of presentations to aid management in comprehending the logistical perspective
- identify and seek chances for continuous improvement in order to speed up the process and enhance accuracy and efficiency in the operation.
- In order to effectively interact with people all over the globe and make choices and take action, it is necessary to have a thorough understanding of negotiating as well as excellent interpersonal skills.
- Business and management principles are used in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership techniques, production methods, and the coordination of people and resources, among other things.
- ERP systems knowledge and experience in a manufacturing and distribution industry; sophisticated ERP system capacity to balance procurement, inventory management, and customer satisfaction
- Show initiative by pursuing new responsibility and learning opportunities.
- Identifying the system’s performance metrics and indicators, as well as the actions required to improve or correct the system’s performance in respect to its goals.