Supply Chain Specialist
- PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES (SUMMARY)
Reporting directly to the Supply Chain Manager, the Supply Chain Specialist is responsible for timely and accurate execution of all customer orders for Merchant Market and Services business. A Supply Chain Specialist must understand the specifics of products they represent as well as the business needs of their customer. The Supply Chain Specialist must possess a comprehensive understanding of the PCNA Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system and will produce and analyze reports as needed. Additionally, the Supply Chain Specialist collaborates with various departments such as Sales, Lab Services, Operations, Logistics, and Accounting.
III. POSITION REQUIREMENTS
Education, Credentials, Licenses:
B.A. or B.S degree in a Business related discipline or equivalent combination of experience and education
Kind & Length of Experience:
- 1-4 years of demonstrated experience in a high transactional volume customer focused role with emphasis on order fulfillment and customer satisfaction.
- Bachelor’s Degree in a business related discipline, or equivalent combination of experience and education.
- Excellent organizational skills and able to handle multiple priorities
- Effective written and verbal communication skills
- Flexible and able to change direction as needed or requested
- Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) data entry or system experience
- Efficient with computer skills and Microsoft Office products
- Able to meet deadlines
IV. PERFORMANCE MEASURES AND STANDARDS
- Accurate and timely order entry
- Allocation of product to orders and inventory
- Understand specific customer requirements
- Communicate effectively both externally and internally
- Procurement of raw material
- Schedule and plan production
- Prepare Purchase Orders
- Create Invoices
- Analyze or produce reports for business leaders and others
- Orders invoiced within 24 hours of shipment
- Receipts entered within 24 hours of activity
- Invoice Accuracy
- In your absence you are to ensure that the tasks assigned to you are adequately covered by trained personnel. You are responsible to communicate and work with your manager to ensure your workload is covered when you are out.
- Communicate PPE requirements to drivers;
- Conduct transportation risk assessment, as it relates to potential EHS&S impacts;
- Identify and verify/evaluate compliance with Department of Transportation regulatory requirements;
- Support transportation Emergency Response (offsite), through appropriate coordination with internal and external resources;
- Track/review carriers and suppliers based upon RC14001/EHS&S performance, commensurate with risk; and
- Develop and implement appropriate requirements for supplier risk information to be provided throughout the supply chain, including SDSs or other information; and
- Track and review customer complaints/concerns, especially related to EHS&S;
- Share risk information/requirements with all carriers, related to the products they are transporting, potentially including but not limited to:
- Bills of Lading; and
- Driver training/rules.
- Send updated SDSs to the EHS&S Department and update the company internet site.
- Support efforts to implement and maintain the RC14001/EHS&S management system;
- Conform with the EHS&S Policy and the Cardinal Rules;
- Maintaining a safe and secure workplace and meet environmental site requirements;
- Support the EHS&S objectives and targets, and any specific action plans or management programs assigned;
- Understand the EHS&S risks and impacts of the employee’s job and functional area, including appropriate controls and procedures;
- Understand the EHS&S impacts/consequence that could result if specified procedures are not followed;
- Report accidents and incidents to a supervisor or the EHS&S department;
- Participate in required EHS&S training.
- Other duties and assigned.