ABOUT PELOTON

Peloton is the largest interactive fitness platform in the world with a loyal community of more than 3 million Members. The company pioneered connected, technology-enabled fitness, and the streaming of immersive, instructor-led boutique classes for its Members anytime, anywhere. Peloton makes fitness entertaining, approachable, effective, and convenient, while fostering social connections that encourage its Members to be the best versions of themselves. An innovator at the nexus of fitness, technology, and media, Peloton has reinvented the fitness industry by developing a first-of-its-kind subscription platform that seamlessly combines the best equipment, proprietary networked software, and world-class streaming digital fitness and wellness content, creating a product that its Members love. The brand’s immersive content is accessible through the Peloton Bike, Peloton Tread, Peloton Bike+, Peloton Tread+, and Peloton App, which allows access to a full slate of fitness classes across disciplines, on any iOS or Android device, Apple TV, Fire TV, Roku TVs, and Chromecast and Android TV. Founded in 2012 and headquartered in New York City, Peloton has a growing number of retail showrooms across the US, UK, Canada and Germany. For more information, visit www.onepeloton.com.

 

THE ROLE

The Supply Chain Program Manager is responsible for evaluating, scoping, implementing, and launching programs impacting the Global Peloton Supply Chain. Programs range from short multi-week engagements impacting a small team to year-long global system implementations impacting multiple departments (E.g. Manufacturing, Hardware, Quality, Planning, Logistics, Last Mile, Accounting, Supply Chain IT). You will be part of the growing Continuous Improvement & Analytics team, playing a key role in deciding Peloton’s future systems investments and ensuring effective deployment of new capabilities into our existing operation. As Peloton grows and expands in new marketplaces and broadens its supply chain footprint, you will be critical in the planning and execution of efficient supply chain strategies.  

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Drive the End to End Program Management lifecycle –

  • Scoping: Build the business case for the program, identify the program goals, required team(s) and effort, and desired impacts
  • Planning: Develop the program timeline, workstreams, owners; identify the critical path and subsequent milestones 
  • Implementation: Manage the program timeline, risks and issues; develop reporting standards and cadences; identify cross-functional impacts and serve as the single point of truth for the program; serve as the liaison between teams (E.g. SC and SC IT team), identify workstreams requiring your attention and roll up your sleeves
  • Operational Deployment: Identify sustaining business owners, document all sustaining processes and successfully transition ownership; implement templates to automatically track program costs; define reporting cadence to monitor program post-launch 

Serve as the Program Management Subject Matter Expert (SME)

  • Demonstrate to your team the value of program management 
  • Remain one step ahead of any issue; your goal is that there are no surprises

Serve as a Supply Chain SME

  • Dive in to learn how our SC works 
  • Understand impacts of a program on all other aspects of the supply chain 
  • Take a “Big Picture” view - overseeing and ensuring integration between the newly deployed programs processes and those already existing

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • 5+ years’ experience in cross-functional project management; 1-2 years’ relevant supply chain experience in operational or consulting roles
  • Working knowledge and understanding of lean principles, project management and change management - Six Sigma, PMP or change management certification are a big plus
  • Proven track record of successful program deployments with quantifiable results where you operated in a leadership role
  • Clear communicator with keen ability to present findings in succinct presentations; experience with executive communications
  • Extremely organized and detail-oriented worker - ability to keep track of project impacting details and manage multiple, simultaneous programs with competing priorities 
  • Strong quantitative, analytical and critical thinking skills with demonstrated use of data analysis and metrics to drive decision making and continuous improvement
  • Love to work collaboratively in a group, you have a willingness to dig in and contribute as a part of a cross-functional team 
  • Experience with Google Suite (Google Slides, Google Sheets, Google Docs)
  • Experience with cloud-based program management tools: Confluence, Jira, SmartSheets, Monday.com 
  • Experience with Supply Chain Systems are a big plus - including but not limited to ERP systems, Transportation Management Systems, Quality Management Systems, Manufacturing Execution Systems

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