Asset Lifecycle PlannerApply Now Date posted 12/06/2018 Requisition Number: 231118BR Location: United States - North Carolina - Charlotte Zip Code: 28217 Area of Interest: Operations/General, Telecommunications Position Type: Full Time
CURRENT JOB TITLE: Asset Lifecycle Planner, Supply Chain
Responsible for attending product meetings to foster communication between Product and Supply Chain. This involves ensuring pertinent infromation flows freely between Product and Supply Chain and addressing dependencies between the teams. This would entail maintaining a Supply Chain roadmap that would track future product rollouts which could impact Supply Chain Planning.
Further responsibilites include ad hoc analysis in support of various supply chain workstreams such as CPE Replenishment, CPE Demand, CPE Supply, and CPE performance. This includes building and implementing necessary tools and metrics for the Supply Chain Planning & Analytics and Operations teams which ensures continuity of supply.
Additionally, this position will be responsible for designing and creating dashboards and reports in the Supply Chain Reporting and Analytics portal. This portal will serve as a self serve portal for consumers of Supply Chain data. The candidate should have an understanding of the available data, the sources of the data, and how the data can be used to ensure continuity of supply and Supply Chain effeciency.
Major Duties and Responsibilities –
- Work as part of a cross-functional team including Supply Planning, Demand Planning, Inventory Management and Replenishment in driving operational efficiencies in support of the CPE Budget which ranges from $1.5B to $2B per annum.
- Participate in weekly product update calls which impact CPE Supply and Demand and maintain a Supply Chain roadmap to track all upcoming product rollouts. This also entails being a point of contact for the Supply Chain organization on any product related questions.
- Support the development and creation of new data points and dashboards that drive CPE performance. These include Device Lifetime Value (DLV) and Controlled Repair Modeling (CRM) which will be a part of the ALA self-serve portal.
- Track and drive effective use of assets through end of life analysis and repair analysis.
Required: Bachelors degree in Economics, Mathematics, Statistics or other quantitative field of study.
Preferred: Graduate Degree in Economics, Mathematics, Statistics or other quantitative field of study.
Related Work Experience
5-7 years work experience centered around sales and operations planning, advanced analytics, Supply Chain or product liason.
Travel up to 10%
Execute in a fast paced environment while balancing multiple priorities
Outstanding problem solving and analytical skills
Ability to turn findings into strategic imperatives
Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
Ability to communicate effectively
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