The Buyer/Planner is responsible for regulating and maintaining the flow of materials in the pull system to meet inventory and customer delivery targets. In this position, you will manage supplier relationships through effective communication of data-driven recommendations and collaboration with the Quality, Production, and Engineering teams. AS A BUYER/PLANNER, YOU WILL:
WHO YOU ARE:
- Collaborate with suppliers to tension lead time and minimum order quantities, to improve supply chain responsiveness and material velocity.
- Analyze root causes of stock outs and recommend appropriate countermeasures.
- Walk floor daily to review pull system health and audit pull process discipline. Escalate issues with pull system use to supervisors, unit managers, etc.
- Review supplier on-time delivery performance, and related replenishment parameters.
- Communicate with suppliers on issues
- Analyze unreleased work orders to determine root cause of material shortage.
- Review forecast for demand spikes, update Plan For Every Part (PFEP) in JDE and communicate to suppliers.
- Support implementation of engineering changes by coordinating with suppliers and manufacturing operations and updating effectivity dates accordingly.
- Expedite material as necessary
- Analyze raw material and component inventory days on hand (DOH) by value stream, SKU. Summarize inventory opportunities by value stream.
- Review inventory to identify excess, slow moving, and obsolete items; suggest appropriate actions
- Collaborate with procurement to manage supplier changes.
- Communicate with job setters on material availability and work order completion estimates
- Approve invoices for expensed items and investigate discrepancies
You analyze multiple and diverse sources of information to define problems accurately before moving to solutions. You anticipate and adjust effective contingency plans. You partner with others to get work done. You identify opportunities that benefit the customer. You provide timely and helpful information to individuals across the organization. You identify and seize new opportunities.
REQUIRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS:
- Bachelor's degree in Supply Chain or related field or equivalent experience
- Functional knowledge of Kanban/pull systems
- Applied experience using ERP systems (JDE preferred)
- Proficient in Excel (pivot tables, vlookups, etc.)
PREFERRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & SKILLS:
- 2 years’ experience as a Buyer, Planner, Production Scheduler or related profession
- APICS certification such as CPIM
- Knowledge of root cause analysis
- Knowledge and application of LEAN manufacturing techniques
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