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Sr. Manager of Supply Chain/Logistics

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As a key member of the SSD Business Unit, the Sr. Manager Supply Chain/Logistics oversees the 3rd Party Logistics function and directs the supply chain team to balance supply for assigned products. The Sr. Manager Supply Chain/Logistics will be responsible for all aspects of 3rd party logistics supplier management and driving control and accuracy over all goods inventories, including operations support, inventory control, warehousing, transportation, physical supply chain and other logistics related functions.  This role will report to the VP Business Operations and Supply Chain Management.



  • Manages the 3rd Party Logistics operations for all SSD vendor manage inventory (VMI) hubs
  • Drives Supply Chain engineering, manages total cycle times, cost management, insurance coverages for VMI hubs
  • Supplier Management – Works with our (3PL) Third party Logistics Providers to achieve customer service level agreements and high customer satisfaction
  • Drives continuous improvement through scorecards and quarterly reviews with suppliers
  • Manages Freight Spend -  Conducts annual freight RFQ’s, negotiates ad hoc tariffs for new lanes, and drives year over year cost reductions
  • Conducts semiannual corporate physical inventory process to ensure high level of security, loss prevention, and reconciliations
  • Ensures company compliance to all export and import regulations for inbound and outbound shipments;  works closely with corporate logistics team (TLGA)
  • Directs the VMI contract and service level agreement (SLA) negotiations terms and condition for hub operations
  • Develops operations solutions that will impact cost efficiency, streamline processes while providing timely and effective delivery of products and services
  • Accountable for budget, staffing and resources planning, and results



  • 5-8 years relevant experience or field of study
  • Strong knowledge of Supply Chain principles (i.e. operations, planning, optimization and logistics)
  • Strong working proficiency with MS Office applications including Excel, PowerPoint;  ERP (SAP/Oracle), Serial Number Tracking databases
  • Strong business acumen within area of responsibility
  • Supplier management skills, use of analytics, and ability to provide executive level reporting of performance
  • Demonstrated success in building strong relationships internally/externally, strong leadership traits, and proven track record of successfully managing a team



  • BS/BA Operations/Supply Chain Management, Business Administration, or Finance or an equivalent combination of education and related business experience


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