A Supply Chain Manager monitors information, finances and materials as products move from supplier to customer. This covers everything the organisation needs to get a product from production to the delivery of products to customers. Containing three different supply chain management flows: the product flow, the information flow and the finances flow. The goal of a Supply Chain Manager is to reduce inventory, as long as the products are available when they are needed, and to increase customer service performance. By managing and improving the supply chain, companies can lower their costs and deliver products faster to customers. Supply chain management is a vital part of the life sciences industry.
There are multiple responsibilities a Supply Chain Manager has on an everyday basis. Obviously there are variations in different organisations. As a Supply Chain Manager, you will be fully responsible for the whole supply chain. You will work closely with operational, procurement, and customer management to manage, review and/or draft contracts. Besides, you will be responsible for optimising the internal warehouse logistics. Furthermore, you manage the warehouse key performance indicators (KPI’s) on safety, quality, costs, people and processes. Another task will be to build and manage internal and external relationships. Lastly, you will maintain customer inventory levels, proactively manage stock, and implement continuous improvement within the functions.
The requirements will vary per organisation. The following list displays the basic and common accomplishments and experiences you need as a Supply Chain Manager:
QTC Recruitment is frequently looking for experienced and proactive Supply Chain Managers. These positions belong entirely to the network of QTC Recruitment’s employers. If you are interested in working as a Supply Chain Manager or a related position, do not hesitate to send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or feel free to contact us at +31 (0)23 754 86 60.