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Date: Nov 20, 2018
The Supply Chain Designer and Controller develop the supply strategy, develop processes, follow up process performance and/or do process reengineering in the supply chain during the product and service life cycle. This is done in order to design or control efficiency in the supply chain based on internal or external best practice. The role includes also reviewing and analyzing the Financial Result in supply, delivering actionable items and recommendations based on findings.
Responsibilities & Tasks:
Design way of working in the Supply process
Develop strategies into process requirements
Reengineer business processes in the Supply Chain
Assess capability in the end to end processes
Manage financial result
Supply Chain & Supply Process Knowledge
Working with people
Entrepreneurial and commercial thinking
Leading and supervising
Applying expertise and technology
Formulating strategies and concepts
Presenting and communicating information
Minimum Qualififcation & Experience Requirements
First academic degree
Approx. 7 years relevant experience
Preferred Qualification & Experience Requirements
Manage and support efficient development-and implementation of the supply strategy
Expert/Generalist for the function supply & logistic
Ability to lead and support a global organisation in the functional area supply & logistic
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