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Supply Chain Management Consulting
Develop integrated solutions that transform businesses. Work on projects that require complex systems and application integration. Provide program management services and support strategic business imperatives while enhancing operational performance and increasing a client’s efficiencies and competitiveness.
Supply Chain or Business Analyst
Provide advanced analytical support to the company’s supply chain.Leverage analytical and decision–making capabilities in a proactive and consistent manner, resulting in continuous improvement of customer service, inventory performance, productivity, and throughput.
Responsible for working with supply chain partners to develop strategies that allow the company to meet aggressive customer service targets while focusing on transportation and movement of materials, and inventory performance targets. Reviews and analyzes planning data to prepare reports for management review and identifies and recommends enhancements to supply chain systems to reduce inventory.
Purchasing or Procurement Analyst
Manage the contracting of goods and services with an emphasis on supply source development/analysis, goal–setting, bidding, negotiations that require out–of–the box creativity and persuasion, along with ethical considerations.
Identify cost saving opportunities, utilize excellent communication and creative negotiation skills to generate contracts (i.e., renegotiate, renew or discontinue contracts) and manage delivery of optimal solutions. Self–directed, high achieving, detail oriented individuals thrive in this fast paced area.
Position the brand using analysis and planning to market the product’s look, price, and packaging to build market share and create a relationship or connection between the company’s product and the emotional perception of the consumer; segregating the product from the competition and building brand loyalty with the customer.