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Working As A Director Of Supply Chain Management

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  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Interacting With Computers
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Developing and Building Teams
  • Deal with People

  • Mostly Sitting

  • Make Decisions

  • $122,000

    Average Salary

What Does A Director Of Supply Chain Management Do At Caci International

* Key to this position is the development of a strategy for growth and the development of follow-on and new business
* Responsible for the performance of multiple smaller programs in accordance with contract requirements and company policies, procedures and guidelines.
* Oversees the development and/or application, marketing, and resource allocation within program client base
* Responsible for supporting new business development by leading proposals
* Responsible for the employment, training, motivation, discipline and performance evaluation of assigned employees
* Provides thought leadership to project analyses and process improvement activities
* Manages directors/managers from multiple departments to accomplish interdepartmental initiatives
* The individual in this position is responsible for keeping senior management informed of issues, problems and cost impacts within the Division and has the responsibility to attract and retain quality personnel needed to fulfill all organization responsibilities and growth goals
* Defines, acquires, and allocates budget, staff, and other resources necessary to accomplish the goals and/or objectives of the program group/function
* Interviews, selects and trains staff to provide quality results for the organization as needed
* An ability to obtain/maintain a thorough understanding of your client's organizational structure, mission and objectives along with client management and the building of existing and new relationships for ongoing support
* Author technical sections across a proposal response
* Work on complex issues and provides creative solutions that implement company capabilities or products
* Work under consultative direction toward predetermined long-range targets
* Determine and pursue courses of action essential in obtaining desired outcomes

What Does A Director Of Supply Chain Management Do At AXA

* Establishes and executes company strategy relative to third party suppliers with the purpose of rationalizing costs and obtaining the maximum value.
* Manages a team of supply chain professionals who lead medium to large-scale sourcing projects with oversight of small sourcing projects by AXA Business Services in India.
* Participates in global sourcing projects working with other AXA entities to leverage the global spend.
* Leads vendor risk assessments with SMEs.
* Works with business areas to resolve supplier performance issues.
* Participates in global projects representing US.
* Develops and negotiates contract terms and conditions.
* Develops and understands the overall Supplier Relationship Management strategy and the tools and processes necessary to implement and maintain.
* Ability to recommend supply chain strategies to the CPO for goods and services.
* Qualifications
* Leadership skills.
* Advanced management and leadership skills with ability to develop technical and business skills in others.
* Team Management skills.
* Expert project management skills and a working knowledge of supply chain practices to handle complex projects.
* Strong presentation skills.
* Strong partnering and collaborative skills as well as strong verbal and written skills.
* Expert level technical knowledge of supply chain systems and processes.
* Advanced knowledge of strategic sourcing processes.
* Strong ability to manage multiple projects at a time and often under tight timelines.
* Advanced level of financial analysis, reporting and metrics skills.
* Other information

What Does A Director Of Supply Chain Management Do At Samsung Mobile

* Manage a department and major business process within the distribution cycle
* Make business related decisions involving multiple factors that may be ambiguous in nature
* Manage and measure logistics processes including; shipping, warehouse, carrier activity, and damaged products claims identifying exceptional or high cost deviations and making procedural decisions outside the scope of established guidelines
* Manage strategic distribution network planning, with a continuous focus on process creativity, customer service improvement, waste reduction, and cost savings innovation
* Manages continuous improvement planning with the executive SCM management of strategic trading partners to improve scorecard performance and service levels and reduce cost, lead-time, and overhead
* Establish and formulate real time, focused benchmarks and MBOs/KPIs for each operational aspect of logistics performance
* The Director is involved with the sales and marketing business teams, and assisting with continuous logistics improvement
* Responsible for weekly, monthly, and quarterly KPIs and performance reviews
* Conduct a comparative review of logistic activity and cost analysis monthly and reports through senior management
* Analyze logistics data, identifying and predicting deviations from process, and making procedural changes to take advantage of increased opportunity for efficiency or correct inefficiencies within the logistics systems
* Manage transportation process from factory to customer delivery, focusing on one of the following: Outbound shipping and delivery to customer distribution or retail centers.
* Responsible for Selection, Hire, and Performance Management of departmental staff
* Manage the operating budget
* Identify departmental MBO’s Make presentations to external and internal executives Performance Standards (How will duties be measured) Measured by Department standard KPI for business process to include delivery variance, outstanding claims in dollars, shipping volume, inventory accuracy.
* Leading the transportation processes to support the Mobile business unit in North America.
* Leading the mobile logistic inventory control process and team

What Does A Director Of Supply Chain Management Do At Elbit Systems of America

* Direct and administer a program of effective supply chain strategy, to provide all material, equipment, parts, assemblies, supplies, services and logistics required for the operation of the Company, ensuring optimum costs, terms and conditions, adherence to established quality standards, product specifications, schedules and Customer requirements and expectations.
* Direct the preparation, negotiation and administration of subcontracts for major sub‑assemblies and complex items, ensuring adherence to all established quality and technical standards, delivery requirements and within budget.
* Assure accurate input and quotations for business proposals by providing complete review of bills of material from engineering, development of criteria for suppliers, selection of best suppliers for quotes, and negotiations for most favorable terms and conditions.
* Also, provide all necessary back-up information that may be required depending on the type of proposal (e.g.
* FAR, DFAR, DoD, FAA, etc.).
* In collaboration with Supplier Quality, continuously evaluate suppliers and optimize the supplier base through analyses of their capabilities, quality performance, delivery performance, price competitiveness, production rates and tooling availability.
* Requires knowledge of numerous industries including Aerospace, Avionics, Aircraft Manufacturing, Depot Support, and Maintenance, Overhaul and Repair (MRO) to ensure that purchased items meet established quality standards and specifications set forth.
* Directs storage and distribution activities of the site.
* Ensures products, parts or supplies are shipped, distributed and/or received in an efficient and timely manner.
* Prepares or reviews distribution documents.
* Maintains warehouse safety in accordance with both Company and governmental standards.
* Through subordinate supervisor or manager, manages the receiving and storing of materials and the shipping of finished goods.
* Ensures materials are received from proper vendors, delivered to inventory and finished goods, and are packaged and shipped in a timely manner.
* Reviews receipt of all material to ensure purchase orders are open and the quality and material received are correct.
* Direct the monitoring and audit of supply chain and interfacing functions to ensure compliance with established policies and procedures.
* Keep management apprised of status and implement solutions to improve supply chain processes.
* Ensure company procurement policies and procedures required for purchase order and subcontract terms and conditions, re-determinations, contract terminations and supplier relations and negotiations are followed to maintain compliance with all applicable Government laws including FAR, DFAR, DoD, FAA and FDA Regulations.
* Represent Elbit Systems of America in negotiations with government or customers in support of material procurement activities.
* Assure adequate sources of supply for all material and service requirements with consideration to new technologies, quality and delivery.
* Evaluate and determine labor requirements and ensure the best utilization of personnel and work flow to meet proposal and production schedules.
* Select, train, and develop subordinates.
* Assign work for most efficient utilization of personnel, reviewing their activities to assure quality performance.
* Make appropriate promotional and salary recommendations or terminations.
* Prepare and monitor labor and expense budgets, ensuring cost‑effective operations.
* Develop and maintain appropriate affiliation with state and federal agencies, carrier groups, and shipper organizations to effectively plan and direct the transportation activities of the site, and comply with state and federal regulations.
* Ensure the efficient resolution to all supply chain problems and coordinate problem resolution with all interfacing departments to provide optimum production, quality and delivery of Elbit Systems of America products.
* Promote positive employee relations and adherence to company policies and procedures.
* Maintain effective liaison with suppliers, customer representatives, and subcontractors to provide efficient, timely and cost‑effective procurement of materials.
* Keep abreast of innovation and industry trends in supply chain and strategic sourcing.
* Maintain effective liaison with all departments regarding market conditions, lead times, and shifts in pricing for materials and services in order to ensure most favorable company operations.
* Maintain effective liaison with the Department of Defense, private and public agencies to ensure optimum negotiations and compliance with all government and contractual regulations.
* Direct entire site supply chain management process.
* Establish and meet cost reduction, system improvement, and supplier improvement objectives.
* Participate in ESA Councils to provide innovative solutions across US Operations.
* Other related duties as assigned by supervisor

What Does A Director Of Supply Chain Management Do At Klein Tools

* As the Director of Supply Chain Management, you will be responsible for implementing the purchased product of supply chain process, including finished goods for resale, for Klein Tools, Inc. and its affiliates, while maintaining the highest ethical business actions.
* You will be responsible for obtaining the most competitive pricing without compromising quality and service and direct work from requisitions and various technical resources, as well as computer generated requirements.
* You will also be responsible for working cooperatively with the master scheduler to purchase material to meet broad-scale company requirements including off-site plants and direct and perform various projects, analysis and systems testing.
* Additional responsibilities as a Director of Supply Chain Management will include: Global sourcing with supplier base.
* Meeting defined company goals with respect to inventory turns and line fill.
* Conduct ongoing supplier evaluations with respect to entire business process.
* Continually review existing suppliers.
* Establish division level procurement strategies for assigned spend, collaborate to ensure incorporation and business unit participation.
* Participate in new product development.
* Ensure that priority emphasis is placed on new product development and introduction-related activities at all times.
* Establish, recommend and enforce approved, comprehensive procedures to obtain competitive quotes, pricing and delivery commitments, including cost savings projects.
* Develop, implement and maintain approved department procedures.
* Direct procurement; evaluate and approve competitive quotations.
* Procure and submit competitive quotations where appropriate, and give recommendations for the same to appropriate personnel.
* Direct and perform order placement within area of authority to meet the needs of the business.
* Maintain appropriate inventory levels as established for all areas of responsibility as defined above to meet company policy.
* Plan, organize, direct, control and communicate all sourcing activities related to assigned spend.
* Prepare and review contracts, bids, proposals, and vendor agreements for legal correctness, terms/ conditions, and acceptability of items to specifications.
* Develop a system to evaluate vendor quotations that utilizes appropriate negotiation and purchasing techniques to ensure quality, price, delivery, and service across multiple global locations.
* Create and maintain records and reports to track all order progress and vendor effectiveness versus commitments.
* Training, development, job performance and accountability of assigned personnel.
* Monitor, track and report purchase price variances and other pertinent data as it relates to performance and benchmarks.
* Direct and perform system testing and enhancements, especially computer software based systems.
* Perform all administrative responsibilities of the position (e. g. reviews, budgets, etc.) within established time frames.
* Qualified candidates will hold a Bachelor's Degree in Logistics, Business Administration, or a similar applicable discipline; equivalent practical experience will be considered; Six Sigma Black Belt certification; Minimum of five(5) years of professional global purchased products experience to include Lean Manufacturing; Two(2) years in a leadership position.
* MBA preferred.
* CPM desirable.
* Qualified candidates will also have demonstrated experience working with systems drive MRP/DRP software programs.
* Experience in a fast-paced manufacturing and purchased goods for resale environment is preferred.
* Effective computer skills are necessary with ability to use Microsoft products.
* Candidates must have good communication skills, both oral and written, and have the ability to maintain professional business relationships.
* Klein Tools provides a competitive compensation and benefits package, including: 401(k) Company Match Profit Sharing Paid Vacation/Holidays Shared Cost Medical&Dental Flex Spending Education Reimbursement Program Employee Discount Program If you have the commitment to succeed and the desire to join an organization recognized as the industry leader, please submit your cover letter and resume.
* No phone calls please.
* EOE/M/F/D/V #CB Associated topics: administrative, administrative services supervisor, admissions, associate, associate director, facilities, records, service manager, supervisor

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Average Length of Employment
Materials Director 4.2 years
Supply Chain Lead 3.0 years
Top Careers Before Director Of Supply Chain Management
Manager 6.0%
Director 5.5%
Buyer 3.9%
Consultant 2.5%
Top Careers After Director Of Supply Chain Management
Director 6.8%
Consultant 6.4%
Manager 2.6%

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How much does a Director Of Supply Chain Management make at top companies?
The national average salary for a Director Of Supply Chain Management in the United States is $122,944 per year or $59 per hour. Those in the bottom 10 percent make under $82,000 a year, and the top 10 percent make over $182,000.

Real Director Of Supply Chain Management Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Director, Financial Supply Chain Management Deutsche Bank New York, NY Jul 15, 2016 $198,500
Director Supply Management A.T. Kearney, Inc. Chicago, IL May 27, 2015 $180,000
Director, Supply Chain & Order Management Systems RH Us LLC Corte Madera, CA Jan 22, 2015 $165,000
Director, Supply Chain & Order Management Systems RH Us LLC Corte Madera, CA Feb 03, 2015 $165,000
Director, Supply Chain and Order Management Systems RH Us, LLC Corte Madera, CA Sep 05, 2015 $165,000
Director, Supply Chain-Inventory Management Reinhart Foodservice, LLC Rosemont, IL Sep 15, 2015 $165,000
Director, Supply Chain & Order Management Systems RH Us, LLC. Corte Madera, CA Dec 15, 2014 $165,000
Director, Supply Chain Management, Western Hemisph Cal Dive Offshore Contractors, Inc. Houston, TX May 15, 2011 $160,905
Director, Global Supply Chain Management Dresser-Rand Company Houston, TX Jan 12, 2015 $155,563 -
Director, Product Management, Supply Chain The Gap, Inc. San Francisco, CA Dec 20, 2015 $154,482 -
Director, Global Supply Chain Management Marley Engineered Products LLC Burr Ridge, IL Jul 14, 2014 $127,000 -
Director, Global Supply Chain Management Marley Engineered Products LLC Burr Ridge, IL Jul 28, 2014 $127,000 -
Director of Supply Chain Management Quality and RE Sunpreme, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA Mar 28, 2012 $120,000
Director, Supply Chain Project Management Philips Electronics North America Corporation Somerset, NJ Jul 20, 2010 $112,500 -
Global Director Supply Chain Management Grocery Delivery E-Services USA, Inc. New York, NY May 09, 2016 $111,650
SAP Warehouse Management, Supply Chain Support LEA Mylan Inc. Morgantown, WV Jul 11, 2010 $108,360
SAP Warehouse Management, Supply Chain Support LEA Mylan Inc. Morgantown, WV Nov 16, 2010 $108,360
SAP Supply Chain Management Margin10 Consulting, LLC DBA M10 Technologies, LLC Roswell, GA Sep 14, 2016 $100,422
Center of Expertise-Supply Chain Management/Tm A Meadwestvaco Corporation Richmond, VA Jun 07, 2012 $99,403 -
Director of Supply Chain Management Sky Chefs, Inc. Irving, TX Oct 01, 2010 $94,000 -
Director-Global Supply Chain Management Westpoint Home, Inc. New York, NY Jan 26, 2011 $91,499
Director-Global Supply Chain Management West Point Home, Inc. New York, NY Jan 26, 2010 $88,500
Oracle Supply Chain Management Solution It, Inc. Woburn, MA Mar 05, 2013 $85,000

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  2. Cost Savings
  3. Logistics
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  • Provide leadership role in developing supply chain strategies supporting production demand and revenue opportunities.
  • Delivered and validated cost savings equaling 5% of organizational budget and nearly eliminated unnecessary spending.
  • Participated and contributed to quarterly business reviews by setting goals and expectations for production and logistics.
  • Created and managed successful relationships with OEM vendor representatives to enable on-time delivery and cost reduction activities.
  • Contract assignments for Service Delivery University, an internal Fidelity training organization: supported customization of Customer Service training documentation.


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