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About this position…
An individual contributor role developing supply chain strategies that support the organizations strategic vision.
Key responsibilities include delineation and feasibility analysis of supply chain options for new and/or legacy business to provide more efficient solution to a given problem statement. Logistics network optimization, costs analysis, and qualitative supply chain tradeoffs. Identification of process improvements based on thorough understanding of Intel business processes and supply chain dependencies. Capabilities gap assessment. Cost impact tracking against savings and gross margin targets. Quarterly tracking of indicators for logistics capabilities. Management of cross functional stakeholders to ensure holistic analysis is done. Responsible of communicating clearly business division goals, challenges, objectives, and boundary conditions to the team in order to find the right recommendation. Serve as a point of escalation for problem solving for across functional stakeholders. Management of lateral processes across internal and external organizations to recommend sustainable, compliant, and scalable recommendations. Extensive stakeholder engagement and influencing of critical partners leveraging Intel supply chain biz acumen. Participation in cross-functional teams involving various improvement activities. Support Plan/POR, benchmarking, and departmental indicators tracking. Coordinate E-Scan and benchmark activities. Maintain high quality upward, lateral, and downward alignment and communication. Act as primary liaison between logistics, corporate tax, global trade, external partners within CPLG, & Intel business divisions.
The ideal candidate should exhibit the following behavioral treats:
• Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously to achieve all organizational goals within a highly matrix and dynamic environment.
• Proven success in developing effective relationships and influence.
• Proven record in people management and leadership role(s).
• Excellent communication and networking skills to support the significant influencing and stakeholder management with diverse stakeholders
• High tolerance to ambiguity--Ability to interpret and take action based on information marked as vague, incomplete, fragmented, unstructured, uncertain, inconsistent, contradictory, or unclear
• Patience--Capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or unexpected challenges while keeping composure
Biz acumen--Ability to understand the global business context in which Intel operates and the implications of evolving industry trends in lieu of seeking business opportunities.
• Ability for problem solving--Capacity to use rigorous logic and methods to solve difficult problems with effective solutions
• Ability for multitasking--Ability to do multiple things simultaneously by performing effective reprioritization to meet deadlines
• Strong financial acumen
You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Qualifications listed as preferred or additional will be considered a plus factor for applicants. Experience would be obtained through internships or academic coursework.
• Education: BS or MS in Supply Chain, Industrial Engineering, Micro-economics, or equivalent
• At least 3 years of experience working in supply chain related areas with depth in all logistics functions (program management, warehousing, distribution, global tax and trade, and reverse logistics).
• Extensive knowledge of the transportation Industry, global supply chain, outsourced manufacturing supply chain, transportation carrier base, market intelligence, benchmarking, supplier development, supplier management.
• Familiarity with system thinking and lean practices
• Understanding of economies of scale and optimization models
• Knowledge of supply chain principles and tradeoffs
• Knowledge of logistics operations (freight, warehouse, order fulfillment)
Knowledge of global corporation's structures
• Knowledge of Incoterms and trade principles worldwide
• Knowledge of replenishing models (i.e. build to forecast, configure to order)
• Knowledge of inventory models (i.e. consignment, VMI, etc.)
A little about us:
Our vision is simple and direct. If it computes, it does it best with Intel. We embrace all aspects of computing.