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Sr. Manager of Business Operations

Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc.
Location: San Jose, CA

 

Job Overview:

As a key member of the SSD BU team, the Sr. Manager of Business Operations will lead the OEM and Channel demand planning team for Toshiba’s Storage products.   This role requires high-caliber interpersonal skills, background in demand planning/supply chain management and proven ability to navigate the various levels of global OEM supply teams.  This position will manage a team of demand/supply planners focused on management and execution of the monthly revenue forecast and continuity of supply working with sales and headquarter teams. The Sr. Manager, Business Operations reports directly to the Sr. Director of Business Operations and Planning.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Lead and direct of team of planning professionals who will own Demand and Supply Planning for assigned OEM and Channel accounts within TMA’s Storage business unit
  • Partner with Sales and Marketing to ensure the demand consensus process delivers an agreed upon, workable volume forecast (mid and long term); ensuring gaps and overlaps are addressed, scenarios are completed and issues appropriately escalated to meet business objectives
  • Partner with Toshiba headquarters to drive continuity of supply to meet the demand plans and customer expectations
  • Drive execution and completion of all Business Operations deliverables – demand planning, inventory and ship schedule communication processes with weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual cadence
  • Develop and maintain cross-functional processes to support business requirements
  • Drive process improvements to deliver world class operations to maximize customer satisfaction

 

Requirements:

  • BA/BS – Business, Supply Chain Management, or related field; MBA preferred
  • 5-10 years  relevant experience within demand planning environment; Storage device market and/or systems OEM experience preferred
  • Highly motivated, passionate about their work and for the success of the company
  • Strong leadership traits and proven track record of successfully managing a team
  • Effective interpersonal skills, particularly in influencing across functional/geographic boundaries; Demonstrated success in building strong relationships internally and externally
  • Confidence and credibility in   presenting to senior executives
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure, fast-paced environment
  • Demonstrated capability with forecasting and revenue planning
  • Proven history of creative problem solving capability
  • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills
  • Strong MS Office skills, including fluency with advanced Excel skills.

 

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