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In this role, you have the opportunity to
structurally improve delivery performance at the supplier throughout the lifecycle of Bill of Materials (BoM) components.
You are responsible for
Ensuring Supplier Has a Clear-to-Build plan for Hero Products. ("Never Stock Out Plan" for T2 Materials)
Implementing early warning systems in the supply base, including focusing on n-tier risks.
Aligning with supplier on Flexibility, Capacity, People, Material to ensure mid and long-term OMM forecast requirements can be met.
Enabling supply base using digital ISC tools. Leading improvement projects and tool deployment (e.g. SNC/ASN).
Ensuring to embed SCM requirements in LPA – defining replenishment models, MOQs, lead time improvements.
Ensuring “Delivery” content and presence in Business Review Meeting and SQOPE500 reviews.
Operational ownership of SCM KPIs - drive accountability with suppliers for CLIP, SMI, SMOI, LPA Content, LT Reduction, inventory - ensure continuous improvement
Supporting Risk Assessment and Mitigation on mid and long-term OMM issues with suppliers e.g. potential supply risks.
You are a part of
BoM Category Management group in Procurement, which is part of the overall Philips Integrated Supply Chain team. You will report to the Procurement Solutions Center Leader.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
Bachelor/Master Degree or equivalent experience
> 4 years’ related experience, Proven track record in tactical / strategic material management and/or commodity management is required
Knows how to run large scale improvement projects.
End-to-end supply chain management skills
Strong analytical skills and ability to see the exceptions from massive amount of data
Tactical procurement and relation to strategic procurement themes.
Negotiation, stakeholder management and Influencing skills
Thinking end-to-end to optimize performance (cost, quality, delivery) in the total chain rather than at one local instance.
Ability to look beyond the next tier, e.g. address structural 2, 3, … N-tier issues and opportunities.
Able to approach situations with helicopter view, good sense for detecting the key root causes and for proposing creative solutions.
Capable to analyze supplier/ item profile in order to define proper replenishment process
Able to assess how much depth in data is required to make proper decisions. Strive for high quality with whilst preventing ‘analysis paralyses’.
Able to cope stressful situations effectively
Professional communication skills in English is a MUST, both oral and written.
In return, we offer you
A path towards your most rewarding career. Succeeding in this role in a complex environment will open many doors for your long term career, in other areas in Philips or otherwise. We also believe that we are at our best as a company when you are at yours as a person. Thus, we offer competitive health benefits, a flexible work schedule and access to local well-being focused activities.
Why should you join Philips?
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