Huntsman’s Performance Products Division is now searching for a new Reginal Supply Chain Performance Analyst who will have broad responsibilities for assisting the Director of Supply Chain, the Director of Sales, and others to drive performance improvement in regional and global supply chain processes performance. This role promotes the use of data and analytics to provide insights to process aligned teams to enable them to deliver excellent customer experiences and enabling business, associate, and team performance. This role is an active, full member of the supply chain team, located at our Corporate Headquarters in The Woodlands, Texas.
As the Supply Chain Analyst, you will:
Promote safe work practices and drive improvement in safety metrics.
Collaborate with the SC Director and others in the development of new reporting and key performance indicator metrics.
Collaborate with internal business partners to help enable alignment on demand forecasts, manufacturing plans, new product introductions, supplier performance and other related supply chain opportunities.
Support implementation of supply chain regional and global strategies and best practices in areas such as demand management, order entry, order fulfillment, material replenishment practice, and inventory optimization.
Establish a culture of “urgency” and systematic, systemic metric driven execution.
This objective will require the ability to work effectively and persuasively with the functional groups, suppliers, 3rd party providers and supply chain team members.
Primary liaison between business leadership, IT and raw material/logistics vendors to provide, deploy and manage technology systems to meet business objectives.
Scope includes management of data requirements, upgrades strategy, user interface, and technology advancements.
Produce and maintain key reports on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis to help manage the business.
Partner cross functionally with the Commercial team, Sourcing, Logistics and Operations to develop standardized processes, reporting methods, SCM tools, and technologies in supply planning and scheduling.
Proactively identify, develop, and execute tools that improve the effectiveness and efficiency of our supply chain transactions.
Maintain appropriate KPIs/metrics to measure service levels, on time delivery and inventory across the supply chain.
Perform root cause analysis and corrective actions on key metrics.
This will require both a strategic and tactical perspective to develop “partner’s” not just raw material suppliers.
Other duties as assigned.
Skills and experiences required:
Bachelor’s Degree in analytical and quantitative skills (Business Administration, Supply Chain, Industrial Engineering, Finance, Economics, or similar) plus at least 2 years of related work experience is a plus.
High School diploma or equivalent with 8 years of highly relatable experience (chemical industry experience; extensive report creation, generation, and maintenance; supply chain processes ownership/management, etc…) may be substituted in lieu of degree.
2 plus years of supply chain and or logistics experience preferred.
1 to 2 years of experience in supply chain metrics and data analytics preferred.
Prior experience in chemical manufacturing a plus.
Energized by collecting and organizing data into business intelligence to drive value into an organization.
Detail-oriented worker with a high degree of ownership and professionalism.
Works cross-functionally and collaborates with others to learn and improve the business.
Excellent communicator who can simplify complex ideas into simple stories avoiding unnecessary detail as situations dictate.