The Supply & Fleet Planning Senior Analyst contributes to organizational requirements and growth by optimizing the way Supply Chain supports operational needs. 

This individual will set and manage the Inventory Management Parameters (EOQ, ROL, SS). This will be done effectively by liaising with the Operations Management and Services team to understand drilling and installation schedules and individual installations requirements. Additionally this role will manage the operational fleet to ensure the scheduled/unscheduled maintenance and other fleet related matters do not impact operations.

This person will identify and evaluate demand, project capacity/allocation strategies to optimize installation objectives and support business objectives through continuous consideration of KPI’s. This person will collaborate with cross functional teams, Regional Operations, Drilling, Service, and Account Management teams to unlock speed and flexibility within the Supply Chain.


By the end of year one you'll be able to:


  • Assign and track vehicle allocation by employee and/or department. Ensuring that rolling stock is deployed in the most efficient manner and locations.
  • Distribute  and manage the company fleet fuel card and EZ-Pass program and track the overall consumption. Where possible identify and implement strategies to reduce fuel spend.
  • Vehicle maintenance scheduling and management. Manage the preventative maintenance schedule for all company vehicles. Where required, reallocate vehicles to meet operational requirements.
  • Ensure that the all fleet vehicles have correct and up-to-date registrations, insurances, and licenses and that they comply with all DOT laws, audits, and regulations
  • Develop monthly vehicle reports that are regularly issued, reviewed, and used to inform the leadership strategic budget, and decision-making process.
  • Manage and enforce the driver management policy.


  • Establish expertise on product lifecycle transitions and effectively optimize forecasts, planning, and procurement parameters.
  • Partner with Drilling, Trenching, Install and Service to communicate and plan the operational impact of planning and sourcing decisions.
  • Establishing and maintaining strong vendor operational relationships leading to vendor compliance.
  • Plan inventory levels based on dependent and independent Bill-of-Materials (BOM) requirements
  • Create/reduce supply requirements based on inventory adjustments
  • Participate in long-term capacity and resource planning to ensure proper scheduling of new product line phase-ins as well as existing product line phase-outs
  • Interface with Source process area regarding inventory levels, working capital and other areas as needed
  • Set the parameters needed to create and release requisitions
  • Receive/review requirements for non-standard parts
  • Analyze lead times and identify critical path procurements


  • After gathering information, review and prioritize operational requirements taking into account internal and external deadlines and other impacting factors
  • Demonstrating good judgment and establishing the right goals & priorities.
  • Working independently make day-to-day operational decisions. Collaboratively with the larger team provide SME insight towards strategic organizational decisions. 


Experience desired:

  • 3-6 years’ experience in one of the following: production planning, inventory management, operations, buying/procurement, supply chain, and/or logistics/distribution.
  • 2-4 years’ experience working with a forecasting/inventory management/master planning 
  • 1-3 years Procurement Experience

What You’ll Need to Succeed:

  • 3-6 years of work experience, preferably in a retail, planning, or similar role
  • Deep understanding of planning and stock management strategies
  • Broad understanding of logistics, allocation, and warehouse operations.
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Advanced Excel user
  • Structured way of working
  • Collaborative personality and good communication skills
  • Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in Business, Economics/Finance, or similar field


  • Health/Dental/Vision insurance offered
  • 401k plan offered
  • Stock/Equity options offered
  • Paid Sick and Vacation
  • Training support including on-the-job and virtual/online based courses

You’ll love working at Dandelion because:

We’re solving the world’s hardest problems. You’ll have the opportunity to pioneer renewable heating and cooling from the ground-up (literally). There’s no established playbook for fighting climate change, so your work will be messy, challenging, and build a better, cleaner world.

We’re good people. It sounds simple, and it is. We are passionate, vision-driven, low-ego, and treat one another with kindness and respect. We challenge ideas here, not people.

We hold each other accountable. We celebrate our wins and learn from our losses. We’re honest, realistic, and transparent across all areas of the business, every day -- not just at our monthly all-hands meeting.


Dandelion Energy is an energy innovation company working to electrify home heating. We create and install geothermal heat pumps to replace fossil-fueled furnaces and boilers. Since spinning out of Google X in 2017, we’ve grown into an organization of over 100 employees and have become the largest residential geothermal heat pump installation company in the US. Our carbon impact to date is the equivalent to taking over 25,000 cars off the road, and that impact is accelerating with our growth! 

Our cross-disciplinary team consists of experts in geothermal, drilling, heat pump and software engineering, HVAC installation, solar and solar financing, behavioral economics, and high-growth operations, among other backgrounds. With the potential to catalyze and scale a widespread transition to sustainable and affordable heating and cooling, our work is both exciting and complex. We are working to create a wholesale shift in how people heat and cool their homes — join us!

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