Project and Continuous Improvement Coordinator
- Post Date:25th June 2021 13853
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Project & CI Coordinator – Supply Chain for Protective & Marine Division – Europe based at our offices in Bolton in the UK. The role will report into the Supply Chain Manager.
The Project & CI Coordinator will support in the delivery of new projects, improvements on efficiency and savings targets, for the supply partners both internal and external for the P&M business. This role will across the business to complete projects and savings initiatives in the agreed timeframe and to successful outcomes.
Project management to deliver improvements across the planning function will play a key part of the role.
Core Responsibilities To Include
Support continuous improvement projects across P&M & SSC,
Create project groups, manage open actions and track timelines in line with P&M objectives.
Drive and track business savings initiatives
Generate savings opportunities to help meet the Supply Chain savings targets.
Working with the P&M team and external stakeholders to ensure that our projects achieve the desired result
Supply regular updates to all stakeholders
Responds to questions and concerns from management regarding project status and required corrective actions
Support reporting requirements through the business and Supply Chain team in relation to open projects and savings.
Support demand, production and logistics administration, through improvement projects
Performs other duties as assigned.
Applying broad supply chain management principles and practices
of project management techniques and processes
Understanding of supply chain processes and procedures including logistics & warehousing, manufacturing planning, demand and replenishment processes
Strong analytical and problem solving skills
Analyzing and reviewing supply chain reports
Strong Excel abilities
Other PC skills; Microsoft Office applications (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook); SAP/JDE/Oracle or other ERP applications, Access Database etc
Strong communicating skills, particularly in leading meetings
Advantageous But Not Essential
Degree in Operations Management or Business Administration or equivalent is an advantage to the role. Project management certification or related profession designation will also be an advantage.
of working in project management
in working with manufacturing processes, productivity and efficiency measurements
using MRP/ERP systems
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