When you’re part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll do important work, like helping customers in finding cures for cancer, protecting the environment or making sure our food is safe. Your work will have real-world impact, and you’ll be supported in achieving your career goals.
How will you make an impact?
The Director of Supply Chain will have the responsibility and authority to lead, plan, organize, and manage execution of global supply chain strategies and processes to improve customer experience, optimize inventory, minimize transportation costs, and increase supply chain effectiveness for the Anatomical Pathology Division (APD). This role will be based in Portsmith, NH and will report to the VP of Operations.
What will you do?
- Develop, articulate, publish, maintain and execute a supply chain strategy for the Division which addresses customer needs, optimized footprint, deliverables and dependencies, and optimized cost and asset performance.
- Identify process gaps and inefficiencies, establish and implement best practices that ensure continuous supply of product balanced against inventory levels and transportation costs.
- Working with the sites and internal/external customers, coordinate the development and implementation of a reporting system to allow for consolidated, division-level reporting of order backlog, order status, and shipment forecasting.
- Collaborate with APD sites and other Thermo Fisher divisions to develop a supply chain architecture that allows the most efficient movement of goods.
- Develop and implement systems and processes that allow visualization and optimization of inventory across manufacturing sites, sales sites, and distribution centers.
- Working with the sites and other stakeholders, develop, implement and optimize a Sales, Inventory, and Operations Planning (SiOP) program to create an integrated operational plan that supports APD’s businesses and customers.
- Develop and implement systems, including appropriate use of third party resources, to analyze global transportation and drive efficiencies.
- Analyze related site functions (i.e. Customer Service, Supply Chain, Logistics, Distribution) to identify potential synergies and develop and present proposals to realize benefits.
How will you get here?
- Bachelor's degree is required (Master's degree preferred) in Operations Management, Supply Chain Management or a related field.
- APICS certification is highly preferred.
- Minimum of ten years’ experience with a Bachelor's or eight years’ experience with a Master's.
- Minimum five years of work experience in supply chain or operations with experience in procurement, operations management, or sourcing preferred.
- Multi-company experience required.
- Practitioner knowledge in supply chain concepts and practices, including application of the SCOR model.
- Strong data analysis skills with good Excel and data extract skills (e.g. Access, SQL).
- Strong analytical skills with high critical thinking ability.
- Strong project management and reporting skills.
- Working knowledge of strategy processes and policy deployment.
- Proven ability to effectively balance tactical response with strategic vision.
- Superior interpersonal and presentation skills with proven ability to communicate at all organizational levels.
- Competence in financial management and working knowledge of income statements, balance sheets and cash flow.
- Working knowledge of JDE or other Tier 1/2 ERP systems preferred.
- Between 25-50% domestic and international travel required.
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