Supply Chain Engineer

    • Micron Technology, Inc.
  • Boise, ID
  • Posted 24 days ago | Updated 3 hours ago


On Site
Full Time


As-is process
Supply chain management
Release engineering
Business process
Process modeling
Gap analysis
Human resources
System requirements
Information Technology
Functional design
Information systems
Systems engineering
Industrial engineering
Health care

Job Details

Our vision is to transform how the world uses information to enrich life for all .

Micron Technology is a world leader in innovating memory and storage solutions that accelerate the transformation of information into intelligence, inspiring the world to learn, communicate and advance faster than ever.

Responsible for supporting Micron's business strategies with process, data and planning systems. Understand generally accepted supply chain operating principles and the necessary data and modeling capabilities to support these principles. Use the following standardized release procedures: coordinating, planning, monitoring, documenting, testing, and scheduling in a manner consistent with department standards when applicable. Help align the capabilities of the company's software and design business processes and requirements based on business needs. Support Process Design, Analysis, and Alignment - Create As-Is and To-Be process for the Supply Chain areas of focus. Complete gap analysis on current process. Review potential solutions through industry and internal benchmarks. Define human elements within the design (e.g., screen design for efficiencies, geographic location of human resources). Collaborate with business partners to document their respective processes. Define system requirements and coordinate with Information Technology subject matter experts as needed Conduct Analytics. Determine best practice for Supply Chain area of focus. Clarify business partner requests. Provide as-is process metrics baseline and to-be metrics and targets. Research internal or external information and data. Present data results, conclusions, and recommendations to process stakeholders and leadership Design and Improve Systems. Define system requirements (output capabilities) with partners. Develop system process and logic -Manage interactions and impact to current systems. Create functional design documentation and data requirements and provide to developers as required. Define testing and training scenarios. Participate in process and system change. Discuss and communicate potential impacts (including business values and risks). Evaluate current process for alignment opportunities Manage or Participate in Projects. Identify projects in response to business needs and opportunities -Identify and recruit members for cross functional project teams. Develop project definition, scope, timelines, and expected deliverables. Monitor or report on project status to partners and stakeholders. Evaluate testing results and work with Information Systems to make adjustments to systems as needed. Support implementation, including training. Oversee or provide project closure. Provide Consultation, Expertise, and Research. Maintain expertise on current processes and systems. Act as a Supply Chain consultant or liaison to partners and customers. Conduct internal and external research to identify benchmarks - Respond to questions and requests from partners and customers. May telecommute from home.

Must have a Master's degree in Industrial System Engineering, Supply Chain Management, Industrial Engineering or related field.

As a world leader in the semiconductor industry, Micron is dedicated to your personal wellbeing and professional growth. Micron benefits are designed to help you stay well, provide peace of mind and help you prepare for the future. We offer a choice of medical, dental and vision plans in all locations enabling team members to select the plans that best meet their family healthcare needs and budget. Micron also provides benefit programs that help protect your income if you are unable to work due to illness or injury, and paid family leave. Additionally, Micron benefits include a robust paid time-off program and paid holidays. For additional information regarding the Benefit programs available, please see the Benefits Guide posted on .

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