- Top 3 must-have skills/requirements? Excel, self-motivated, team player
- Additional Notes? – (Local vs. Non-Local Candidates or how soon would you need them to relocate)
- How many years of experience is required? 1-5 willing to train right person
The main function of a supply chain analyst is to coordinate and expedite the flow of work and materials within or between departments of an establishment according to production schedule. A typical supply chain analyst is responsible for reviewing and distributing production, work and shipment schedules and compiling reports on inventory levels, cost, etc.
� Examine documents, materials and products, and monitor work processes in order to assess completeness, accuracy and conformation to standards and specifications.
� Review documents such as production schedules, work orders, and staffing tables to determine personnel and materials requirements, and material priorities.
� Record production data, including volume produced, consumption of raw materials, and quality control measures.
� Requisition and maintain inventories of materials and supplies necessary to meet production demands.
� Verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail, problem solving and interpersonal skills.
� Ability to analyze costs related to manufacturing, labor and materials.
� Ability to accurately document and record customer/client information.
� Knowledge of applicable laws and regulations related to shipping and production.
� Previous experience with computer applications, such as Microsoft Word and Excel.
� High school diploma or GED required.
� 0-2 years related experience required.
BTI Recruiting Team
801 E Campbell Rd. Suite 230, Richardson, Texas 75081, USA