Supply Chain - Analyst, Supply Chain Management Systems


On Site
Contract - W2
Contract - 12 Month(s)


Bachelors degree in applied science. 2+ years relevant experience. 1+ years relevant experience with materials management and/or supply planning within cGMP operations in matrixed organization with multi-level setup

Job Details

Supply Chain - Analyst, Supply Chain Management Systems
Warren NJ
Contract W2
Job Description: 100% onsite

Position Summary
Bristol Myers Squibb is seeking a dynamic individual to join a motivated team of materials management and supply chain professionals. This individual is expected to efficiently support the supply chain management software application functions, data management and sources, testing of new technology, assist with data migration and correction, and support activities related to the integration of supply chain management information systems. The Analyst, Supply Chain Management & System will be responsible for the supporting all supply chain management system that activities start from raw materials to the final drug product.

Key Responsibilities
Joining a team of highly qualified materials management and supply chain professionals, this individual will be responsible for supporting the supply chain management process, systems, and software functions for MRP, ERP, data sources, testing, integrations, reporting, analytics, and more within the cell therapy network. The support includes, but is not limited to, working with supply chain leadership to identify requirements and develop effective solutions to meet these requirements following standard implementation testing and deployment of guidelines.
Configure and optimize systems to meet business requirements, ensuring proper alignment with organizational objectives. Configure and refine business processes within systems, aligning them with industry best practices and organizational needs.
Develop a variety of reports, exports, dashboards, and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), ensuring comprehensive data visualization and analysis capabilities. Assess the existing reporting requirements to appropriately prioritize and streamline the development of reports.
Implement system enhancements and fixes, following standard project implementation guidelines and testing and deployment standards. Investigate and research system-related issues, identifying root causes and proposing effective solutions to enhance system performance.
Collaborate with stakeholders on identifying and prioritizing new system enhancements, fixes, and project schedules. Implement agreed-upon enhancements and solutions following established project implementation guidelines, ensuring adherence to testing and deployment standards.
Coordinate and actively participate in the execution of user acceptance testing for fixes, enhancements, and upgrades to ensure system reliability. Provide regular status updates on open issues, requests, and projects to stakeholders, maintaining transparent communication.
Lead and/or participate in project teams to implement new software solutions or processes, contributing to successful project outcomes. Actively seek out opportunities for system and process improvements to enhance performance, productivity, and cost-effectiveness.
Continuously learn and apply business, technical, and software knowledge, sharing insights with departmental users to promote continuous improvement. Train users on new data, software functionalities, tasks, processes, and reporting and analysis techniques to ensure effective system utilization.
Act as a source of knowledge in areas of supply chain best practices and methodologies. Work cohesively with cross-functional teams in support of operational efficiency, flexibility, and assurance of material availability. Support the implementation process improvements by maintaining open communication with all teams and fostering environment of cooperation in which to achieve shared goals.
Lead systematic initiatives related to network materials planning including, supplier forecast, network inventory allocation, safety sock analysis, planning parameters, and supply planning activities. Maintain effective and service-oriented relationships with departmental and organizational-level stakeholders.
Perform other duties as assigned by management.

Qualifications & Experience
Bachelor's degree in applied science.
2+ years relevant experience.
1+ years' relevant experience with materials management and/or supply planning within cGMP operations in matrixed organization with multi-level setup
Strong organizational, analytical, and time management skills.
Ability to work well in a team environment with a positive attitude that is willing to assist other areas of the organization.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as strong focus and attention to detail.
Demonstrate ability to handle multiple tasks at one time and maintain a strong attention to detail.
APICS certification is a plus
Proficiency in ERP and systems (I.e., Oracle, SAP, QAD)
Ability to perform frequent physical tasks with strength and mobility. Flexible scheduling required.
Any equivalency combination of education, experience, and training may substitute.
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