Supply Chain Project AnalystUnder broad direction, facilitates and conducts an analysis of supply chain data including company and industry trends in key categories and supplier groups to support supply chain teams. Autonomously develops, enhances, tests, and implements analytical reports to support supply chain processes and required metrics. Utilizes various data sources to assemble, analyze and provide deep business insights from the data. Takes ownership of reporting using internal data and industry trends, and compiles research using third-party data. Identifies and proposes automation and efficiency improvements, leveraging technology that will address critical projects and business needs. Leads or assists smaller-scale projects and interacts with vendors to enable project outcomes. Presents data findings and deep business insights to various levels of management, including direct supervisor and executive leadership related to projects. Occasionally leads initiatives as assigned.
Retrieve and structure data/information about usage, spend, supply source, market landscape, etc. from multiple internal and external systems
Provide data-driven insights from the collected data, relevant to the current/future needs of the business
Develop, enhance (Continuous Improvement), test, and implement reports to support processes and metrics required
Maintain adequate documentation for all activities (projects, contracts, supplier performance records, etc.)
Present findings to stakeholders and leadership teams as needed
Completion of an undergraduate degree required, preferably in STEM, Supply Chain, Business Analytics, Mathematics, or a related field. A minimum of 2 years of experience required, including data gathering and analysis.
Proven experience as a Supply Chain Analyst, Logistics Coordinator, or similar role
Outstanding organizational ability
Attention to detail
Experience in data mining, analysis, and reporting
Familiarity with supply chain processes (e.g. inventory planning, warehouse management)
Working knowledge of MS Office, relational databases, and ERP systems (e.g. SAP)