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Supply Chain Coordinator
DFW/NV/MN, NV US
The purpose of this role is to directly supervise and manage material storage site(s) activity on a power project where the client is providing SCM and/or material management services. The role will be accountable for the operations at one or more sites ensuring the 3Cs (Care, Custody, and Control) are maintained over safeguarded material. Additionally, role will be responsible for conducting project material-related analysis to provide insights and support the needs of the customer.
They need candidates who desire a fast-paced and ever-changing environment.
- An entrepreneurial spirit, with a desire to be part of something on the ground floor and to develop and grow the business
- Self-starter, the people that find success here must have the ability to jump right in, learning as they go; this role specifically will require the ability to collaborate and take charge of their respective scope
- A curious mind, they are looking for candidates that are constantly learning and wanting to develop novel solutions to the problems that the customers face
- Highly collaborative: You will be working in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment, because of this, they lean into communication and collaboration to stay ahead of industry trends and ahead of project issues.
- Be a problem solver, with a desire to be the solution.
Essential duties and responsibilities:
Supply Chain Management
- Performs supply chain and logistics functions, such as material/services procurement, production planning, inventory control, outsourcing, vendor selection and distribution.
- Coordinates and integrates the flow of materials and information among suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and customers
- Ensures that inventories are secure, properly identified and readily accessible to authorized personnel
- Maintains controls over various types of inventories (for example, raw materials, subassemblies, finished goods)
- Conducts physical inventory counts and reconciles results with inventory records
- Ensures that quantities of incoming and outgoing shipments are correct
- Conducts analyses of inventory levels, and coordinates with production and sales requirements
- Coordinates inbound and outbound logistical operations including inventory management, warehousing, and transportation to ensure sufficient supply of goods and products
- Analyzes transportation and distribution systems and procedures to ensure the efficient and economical delivery of company products
- Plans and coordinates fleet operations including acquisition, scheduling, maintenance service and repair, and disposal of trucks, and hires common carriers (third-party transportation companies) as appropriate
- Conduct detailed analysis of inventory in comparison to project needs (site, schedule)
Base salary with a 10% bonus and benefits, possible overtime, per diem, and company vehicle and a gas card). Per diem is tax-free and can go up to up to $200 per day.