Manager Logistics-Inventory Control and Process Analytics Mon Nov 25 00:00:00 CST 2019 Providence, RI 610915500 18003 Global Operations & New Business 1 Employee <p><br /> &nbsp;</p> <h1>&nbsp;</h1> <h1><span style="font-size:16px">This role is responsible for Inventory Management in North America as well as Process Analytics that will drive reporting capabilities and process improvement opportunities. The position will lead and manage Inventory Control and Reconciliation for Hasbro North America across 3rd party warehouses and Vendors and make key recommendations on inventory management/strategy within the network. You will manage the DC Network Cycle Count Program established by Hasbro and work with Corporate Quality to communicate and lead quality hold processes within North America. The role is responsible for reporting tools to track Network Operations and identify trends.</span></h1> <h2>A Day in the Life of a Logistics Manager, Inventory Control and Process Analytics:</h2> <p>Do you enjoy?</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <ul> <li>Leading the DC Network Cycle Count Program using systems to confirm counts are being completed in a timely manner and in full. Collaborating with the DC&rsquo;s, identify issues and resolve.</li> <li>Participating in Quarterly Audits, including annual physical inventory at one or more sites.</li> <li>Collaborating and supporting Quality Hold needs with Hasbro Corporate Quality. Providing direction to Warehouses on item and volumes to be placed on hold.</li> <li>Participating in the RFP process and data collection activities around inventory to ensure RFP&rsquo;s contain accurate information for costing and development purposes.</li> <li>Improving existing costing and capacity models to track opportunities and risk. Partner with Finance to report risks and impact of performance to budget</li> <li>Actively contributing to the development of Sr. Logistics Coordinators</li> </ul> <h2>What you&#39;ll bring:</h2> <ul> <li>Bachelor&#39;s Degree - preferably in Supply Chain</li> <li>Working knowledge of SAP</li> <li>4-6 years of experience in managing high volume inventory control within Corporate setting</li> <li>Previous experience working with 3rd party warehouse providers preferred</li> <li>Experience with Audit and policy compliance</li> <li>Clear understanding of the impact of inventory within the Supply Chain.</li> <li>Drive and passion for process improvement, change, and the details.</li> <li>Time management skills and the ability to prioritize.</li> <li>Ability to interpret data, identify trends, and provide proactive steps to mitigate risk.</li> <li>Adept at thinking outside the current processes and leading change.</li> <li>Strong cross-functional collaboration skills.</li> <li>Ability to convey issues and resolutions to peers and leadership.</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p>

Manager Logistics-Inventory Control and Process Analytics


 

 

This role is responsible for Inventory Management in North America as well as Process Analytics that will drive reporting capabilities and process improvement opportunities. The position will lead and manage Inventory Control and Reconciliation for Hasbro North America across 3rd party warehouses and Vendors and make key recommendations on inventory management/strategy within the network. You will manage the DC Network Cycle Count Program established by Hasbro and work with Corporate Quality to communicate and lead quality hold processes within North America. The role is responsible for reporting tools to track Network Operations and identify trends.

A Day in the Life of a Logistics Manager, Inventory Control and Process Analytics:

Do you enjoy?

 

  • Leading the DC Network Cycle Count Program using systems to confirm counts are being completed in a timely manner and in full. Collaborating with the DC’s, identify issues and resolve.
  • Participating in Quarterly Audits, including annual physical inventory at one or more sites.
  • Collaborating and supporting Quality Hold needs with Hasbro Corporate Quality. Providing direction to Warehouses on item and volumes to be placed on hold.
  • Participating in the RFP process and data collection activities around inventory to ensure RFP’s contain accurate information for costing and development purposes.
  • Improving existing costing and capacity models to track opportunities and risk. Partner with Finance to report risks and impact of performance to budget
  • Actively contributing to the development of Sr. Logistics Coordinators

What you'll bring:

  • Bachelor's Degree - preferably in Supply Chain
  • Working knowledge of SAP
  • 4-6 years of experience in managing high volume inventory control within Corporate setting
  • Previous experience working with 3rd party warehouse providers preferred
  • Experience with Audit and policy compliance
  • Clear understanding of the impact of inventory within the Supply Chain.
  • Drive and passion for process improvement, change, and the details.
  • Time management skills and the ability to prioritize.
  • Ability to interpret data, identify trends, and provide proactive steps to mitigate risk.
  • Adept at thinking outside the current processes and leading change.
  • Strong cross-functional collaboration skills.
  • Ability to convey issues and resolutions to peers and leadership.

 


Nearest Major Market: Providence
Nearest Secondary Market: Rhode Island

Job Segment: Analytics, Logistics, Data Analyst, Inventory, ERP, Management, Operations, Data, Technology

Date: Nov 25, 2019