Summary

We seek a strong, detailed-oriented and visionary leader to lead our Inventory Control and Warehouse operations.  This individual will be responsible for building and managing a best-in-class materials management and control system from the ground up. 

Essential Duties

  • Build an operating system to ensure raw materials, WIP and finished goods inventory is managed to meet the operational needs of the business and maintains an inventory accuracy of >99%.
  • Executes daily inventory analysis; identifies and resolves discrepancies and problems.
  • Identification of key performance tracking metrics relating to warehouse management and inventory control.
  • Lead the implementation of an effective cycle count program and periodic comprehensive physical counts.
  • Drive transformational change and continuous improvement for Visby’s warehouse management, material handling and inventory control.
  • Create and manage KPIs, providing analytical opinions on how to increase service levels and reduce costs. Safety champion to drive efficient work techniques to minimize potential injuries and hazardous conditions. 
  • Assure products, parts, or supplies are received, stored, moved, shipped, distributed, and transacted in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Facilitate, coach, counsel, and mentor the direction on targeted improvement initiatives. 
  • Serves as a technical content expert.  Builds organizational sustainability of process improvement knowledge and strategies in the form of training and implementation of efficient business processes.
  • Maintain acceptable levels of housekeeping at all times with regard to equipment and assigned work area and/or department.  
  • Facilitate cultural and strategic change.
  • Responsible for growth and development on your team.

Education and/or Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing, or equivalent experience.
  • 10+ years of hands-on experience.

Other Qualifications 

  • Excellent leadership skills, including communication, change management, coaching, team facilitation, and strong/proven analytical problem-solving abilities.
  • Strong skills with ERP and WMS systems (NetSuite a plus).
  • Excellent math and analytical skills; must be able to perform statistical data analysis.
  • Excellent time management skills to achieve successful results. 
  • A passion for continuous improvement and achieving excellence. 
  • Must be highly motivated and self-directed.
  • Direct work experience with lean techniques and tools.
  • A bias for action including a sense for thoughtful urgency to drive continuous improvement.
  • Proven ability to work in a fast paced, high energy environment.
  • Proven ability to lead a team, provide direction and proactively solve problems and issues as they arise.
  • Must have an innate restless dissatisfaction with the status quo.
  • Experience implementing and managing a TMS a plus.
  • Experience working in a medical device manufacturing environment a plus.
  • APICS certification a plus.

Physical Demands

  • Comfortable performing repetitive tasks and/or motions.
  • Must be able to lift a minimum of 10 lbs.

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