Business Analyst, Supply Chain
The Business Analyst is responsible to ensure that the customer’s and organization’s interests are protected in accordance with contractual obligations. Typical duties include representing the company effectively within organization and to our global partners and suppliers. The Business Analyst performs a variety of leadership, analytical and administrative duties supporting business analysis and Supply Chain tasks or projects. Typical duties include; oversight of Supply Chain Team activities, finding solutions to ensure material requirements are met, vendors (internal and external) communication is effective, monitoring vendor performance, finding inventory solutions, supporting budget and OP planning / monitoring, analyzing contract and procurement data, rebate administration, and providing support where needed.
Internal metrics reporting
Reports to: Supply Chain Manager
Experience - Expertise
Integrity - Upholding the principles of honesty, truth, fairness, honor, and personal accountability in relationships with all other people, and expecting others to do the same. Following legal and ethical codes.
Overall – Quick learner, willingness to learn, understand doing business in a unionized environment, comprehend operational and strategic material requirements planning, analytical and negotiation skills.
Challenge - Having difficult, demanding tasks that few can do. Missions that demand full capability, or more. Pressure to perform with speed or precision. Confronting complex or "impossible" problems. Facing worthy competitors or seemingly insurmountable obstacles.
Teamwork - Collaboration and close cooperation with others in interdependent efforts toward shared goals and joint accomplishments. Working with others to achieve group-based outcomes; making contribution to collective projects that call for coordination of specialized expertise, using team problem-solving and joint decision-making.
Autonomy - Self-direction, including freedom to conceive, design, initiate, plan, and execute major projects with little or no supervision. Independent control over the timing, pacing, and methods of work. Discretion in choosing what to do and how to proceed.
Education and Experience – Completion of a finance or business degree and 1 year experience in aviation supply chain or in operation administration in a production or manufacturing environment. There is a strong preference for candidates from the AVIATION Field.
Computer Skills - Intermediate to Advanced knowledge of Windows 7 and Office 2010 (creating pivot tables, vlookup), Intermediate to Advanced knowledge of SAP or MS Access, Bex, Intermediate to Advanced knowledge of working with large database programs.
About Chorius Corporate Solutions Inc.
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