Company:Delta Controls Department:ManufacturingArea:Supply Chain / Purchasing / Logistics / Shipping / ReceivingDescription:Delta Controls is looking for a Supply Chain Manager to join our Surrey team. This is a full-time, permanent position to begin as soon as possible. The Supply Chain Manager is accountable for the planning and fulfillment of customer demand on a daily basis as well as meeting and/or exceeding customer service expectations. Specifically this includes: finished goods and component inventory planning, management of inventory levels and control of inventory to optimize accuracy; capacity planning; Supply Chain strategy; purchasing and requisition management; production planning and production scheduling; all material handling and logistics responsibilities; managing and monitoring supply chain performance.Start date:ASAPWork location:This position is located in our head office. Remote work may be available during COVID-19.City:Surrey, BCCountry:CanadaType:HireSchedule:Full timeDetails:
Delta Controls is the benchmark for building controls manufacturers, being one of the most respected organizations in our industry, with more than 300 Partners/Distributors in over 80 countries. For more than three decades Delta Controls has offered innovative and exciting building automation solutions for commercial, healthcare, education, leisure buildings and more. As industry leaders, our track record includes delivering the world’s first fully integrated native BACnet building solution encompassing HVAC, lighting and access control products.
As part of Delta Electronics Inc., the global leader in switching power supply solutions and DC brushless fans and a $7+ billion USD organization, Delta Controls is able to bring some of the most energy efficient and sustainable solutions to buildings around the world, working together toward our shared vision of developing technologies aimed at reducing global warming and ensuring a sustainable future for mankind. Delta Electronics products are the most energy efficient power products in the industry and include a comprehensive range of energy management solutions in Industrial Automation, Telecom Power, UPS and Data Center Infrastructure, Automotive Electronics and Energy Storage Systems.
Contribute to and execute the strategic plan of the company with a focus on SCM.
Manage finished goods, inventory target levels for make-to-stock (MTS) and make-to-order (MTO) items, inventory classification, inventory accuracy and production bill of materials (BOM) information.
Manage raw material/component item masters, item inventory target levels, item classification and facilitating optimal inventory accuracy and meeting working capital targets.
Manage the generation of raw material/component requirement forecasts on a yearly basis along with managing the generation of quarterly updates to forecasts.
Support supplier relationship and supplier performance management initiatives.
Manage capacity planning to identify medium to long-term resource requirements.
Manage the development of appropriate production plans and daily production schedules for make-to-order (MTO) items; alpha and beta production assemblies; and for make-to-stock (MTS) and make-to-available (MTA) items.
Manage the disposition of obsolete finished goods and raw material components and peripheral product (PPG).
Drive supplier negotiations, contracts and agreements to ensure Delta’s business success.
Manage the strategy and tasks of all material handling responsibilities.
Manage and oversee efficient and cost effective logistics (shipping and receiving).
Maintain supply chain decision support tools.
Mitigate risk and perform cost and scenario analysis.
Lead, coach and mentor the supply chain team.
Manage and practice lean manufacturing and continuous improvement principles.
Foster strong inter-departmental communication practices.
Develop and maintain relationships with internal and external clients.
Perform other duties as assigned and as required.
Main skills required:
Must work well with people in a team environment.
Must be self-initiated, self-motivated and organized.
Must demonstrate professionalism, maturity and confidence.
Must be able to lead by example, mentor and coach employees.
Must be systems-oriented and have a high level of tech savvy.
Degree or other equivalent studies in manufacturing, logistics and supply chain management, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Existing membership with Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) of British Columbia is preferred; otherwise, must be willing and eligible to become a member.
Preferably 8 to 12 years of experience in a manufacturing position with supply chain experience.
Experience with change management methodologies.
Experience with lean manufacturing principles.
Experience managing, mentoring and developing a team of staff.
Years of relevant experience required:8 yearsEducation required:Bachelor’s degree , Associates or technical diplomaNumber of openings:1Compensation details:
In addition to the competitive compensation package, we also offer a unique work environment that is designed for people who like to work hard and play hard too! Here are just a few examples:
On-site gym and weight room with personal trainers
Comprehensive extended group health and dental benefits