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Posted 1/21/2022

PCI Gases

Senior Buyer

Riverside, California

Job Description

The individual in this position is responsible for the complete procurement activities for various commodities for the organization. He/she understands, plans, and performs all aspects of the organization’s purchasing and supply chain policies, objectives, and initiatives. He/she applies contemporary procurement practices to the programs during the requirement, proposal, and performance phases. He/she is responsible for supporting Program Management Reviews, business strategy sessions, schedule recovery plans, cost and lead-time reduction measures; supplier and alternate supplier selection; proposal reviews, supply chain risk management activities; and all other purchasing-related matters.

Additional Information

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Contact Bob Traweek at btraweek@pcigases.com.


Posted 1/11/2022

Mission Rubber LLC

ERP Systems Administrator

Corona, California

Job Description

Configuring all aspects of Microsoft Dynamics/Navision (Business Central) ERP. Configuring and maintaining administrative tasks such as user management and training. Create custom reports in MS SQL or other reporting platforms like Jet and BI to help support business process. Manage third party vendor integration around shipping, scanning, EDI, banking, and other operational extensions that hook/connect into Business Central. Assist end-users with general IT related requests as needed. Technical responsibilities include multi-tiered application support, design, develop, test and monitor plans for a secure Dynamics implementation.

 

Our Team

You will assist ERP activities of production and support staff, plus external resources. You will report to the technology manager and operate with considerable independence.

Additional Information

See this page for a complete job description and application information. 

Resumes can be submitted to Janel Alvarez at jalvarez@missionrubber.com.


Posted 1/8/2022

Harvey Mudd College

Professor of Engineering Management and Director of the Engineering Leadership Program

Claremont, California

Job Description

The Department of Engineering at Harvey Mudd College invites qualified candidates to apply for a faculty position as the Professor of Engineering Management and to be the inaugural Director of the Engineering Leadership Program (ELP). The selected candidate will bring extensive industry work experience in leadership roles, and be able to excel at teaching in a general engineering program that emphasizes technical competency and professional development with the goal of preparing the next generation of engineering leaders.

 

The Department recognizes that technical ability alone does not guarantee success in future leadership roles for its graduates and has developed a plan for a new Engineering Leadership Program (ELP) to provide training and practical experience in leadership fundamentals.

Additional Information

See this page for complete job description and application information. 

Questions regarding this opportunity can be sent to HMC-ENG-MGT-APPS-l@g.hmc.edu

Applications can be submitted at AcademicJobsOnline.


Posted 11/15/2021

University of California

Strategic Sourcing Manager Professional Services University of California

California (10 possible locations)

Job Description

The University of California Office of the President (UCOP) is recruiting a Strategic Sourcing Manager to join their Professional Services team. This position can be located at any of the 10 university campuses!  Internally, this position is titled Commodity Manager. UCOP is the headquarters to the 10 University of California campuses, six academic medical centers and three national laboratories and enrolls premier students from California, the nation and the world.

UC Procurement uses strategic and collaborative sourcing methods supported by technology and data analysis to optimize spend across the UC system, creating significant savings for the University. UC Procurement partners with campus procurement teams to standardize policies, practices and agreements to make it easier to do business with the University. We develop and implement systemwide supply chain strategies and policies that leverage UC’s vast purchasing power to optimize University spend.

Role of the Commodity Manager:

The Commodity Manager for Professional Services applies their expertise and experience in strategic sourcing, procurement and supplier relationship management to further UC Procurement’s mission is to expand opportunities for teaching, research and public service across the University of California. Working in a diverse and dynamic environment, the Commodity Manager analyzes complex data, business situations, and perspective to identify issues and recommend solutions. UC’s professional services category includes a broad range of contingent labor, consulting services, human resources, marketing/communications, and financial services.

The position requires travel up to 25% and can be based on the nearest UC campus to residence.

Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related area and / or equivalent experience / training. Professional certification preferred.
  • 7+ years of experience in strategic sourcing, supply chain management, procurement or related experience.
  • 5+ years demonstrated high level of category expertise including leading negotiations. 
  • Demonstrated experience working in a collaborative team environment.
  • Experience with cost modeling and related financial analyses, or experience in mathematical modeling of large data sets.
  • Demonstrated experience in use of Microsoft suite of productivity applications with a minimum of 3 years experience with preparing spreadsheets.

Preferred Experience:

Demonstrated understanding of and ability to comply with a complex array of University policies and state and federal laws that govern acquisitions. Knowledge of the specific category field in higher education or other highly decentralized organizations, including suppliers, distribution models, products, and equipment. Knowledge of business and delivery models including research cores, centralized warehousing, and storehouses.

Additional Information

The University of California, Office of the President, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. 

To inquire about this position, please use this link. Contact Marcie Glenn at jobs@anothersource.com.


Posted 11/11/2021

Nellson

Director Supply Chain

Ontario, California

Job Description

Director, Supply Chain is responsible for realizing the strategic objectives for the supply chain function through assessment, clear planning and effective execution. Demonstrated deep understanding of supply chain operations, planning and analytics including working capital optimization, logistics, distribution, ERP systems, data mining and modeling. Position will manage of a team of professionals responsible for is responsible for all Ontario aspects of supply and demand planning and materials management including the Warehouse and Transportation. This role will oversee all interactions with Nellson customers and manage the day to day activities of Customer Service function.

Essential Functions

  • Ownership for Ontario S&OP process
  • Manage planning and inventory control processes. Collaborate with Commercial stakeholders on forecasting
  • Optimize Ontario inventory levels to meet customer service, business continuity and cost objectives throughout the distribution network linking suppliers, manufacturing plants, warehouses, distributors and customers
  • This position coordinates supply chain product availability, issues and performance, working with all appropriate functional areas of the company
  • Leads a team of planners, Material Management, Transportation, Warehouse , Customer Service and the MRP process
  • Set local policy for conduct of inventory and planning activities, objectives, goals and with ultimate alignment of the organization around meeting customer objectives
  • Lead communication between SCM and other functions for supply and demand issue resolution
  • Develop inventory management policy and translate that into working models to drive solutions
  • Manage all aspects of product status in order to meet customer order requirements. Provide team leadership and guidance to accurately track each product through the supply chain process at Ontario.
  • Develop process maps, cycle times and assist in cycle time optimization to increase inventory velocity
  • Ownership of establishing and delivering Ontario inventory velocity targets (DOS, turns, inventory $’s)
  • Manage global scrap, SLOB, inventory accuracy and other inventory KPIs at the site.
  • Develop and report on complementary metrics including forecast accuracy, S&OP cycle adherence etc.
  • Customer delivery performance, LIFR, perfect order fulfillment – on-time and complete shipments to customers

Other Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develop and maintain department budget.
  • Assist in Capital Equipment planning and purchasing.
  • Communicate with team members, supervisor and members of other departments, as appropriate, to assure prompt resolution of problems.
  • Assist in staff development and mentorship in areas such as cGMP training, technical skills, and safety
  • Identify the technical, procedural and equipment issues that hinder production and compliance. Inform support departments and manager as needed.
  • Identify deviations and follow through on corrective and preventative actions (variances).
  • Review and make recommendations for change to cGMP documentation such as SOPs.
  • Comply with all safety policies, practices and procedures.

Education and/or Experience

  • 10+ years’ experience in supply chain, manufacturing and distribution function
  • Experience with Customer interaction and managing Customer Service function.
  • Experience managing teams with 5+ years supervisory roles
  • Bachelor’s degree from four-year College or university. Masters preferred
  • Demonstrated competency with cross-functional engagement and collaboration
  • Working knowledge of and experience implementing material planning principles
  • Experience building MRP processes and related systems
  • Proficient computer skills – particularly Microsoft Office applications
  • Understanding of Lean/Six Sigma Principles
  • APICS certification

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Nellson Nutraceutical does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability or because he or she is a protected veteran.
NOTE: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

To inquire about this position, please send resume to Claudia Gomez at cgomez@nellsonllc.com