The Estee Lauder Companies Manager, Global Brand Supply Chain Operations in New York, New York
Manager, Global Brand Supply Chain Operations
Brand: Estée Lauder Companies
Lead, guide and support the Global and Regional Brand / Cluster of Brands to achieve business objectives. Lead the Brand's operational business needs specifically related to Supply Chain - Quality, Customer Service, Cost and Inventory. Identify, communicate, and participate in the resolution of critical areas of risk, and related mitigation strategies, to key stakeholders.
Ensure that business risks (both short term and long term) are identified, translated into Brand impacts and effectively communicated to the appropriate Global/Regional stakeholders to support strategic decision making.
Provide strategic support to GBSC brand leads on Customer Service, Inventory Management, and Risk Aversion.
Communication point person to Regions regarding the status and timing of R&R initiatives and corporate reporting if applicable.
Recommend best practice solutions related to Global inventory deployment and allocations for basic items by working in concert with Regional Supply Planning Teams. Drive the repacking / reformulation/ focus factory transfer execution processes to ensure balancing of inventory and avoidance of destruction by coordinating and communicating effectively with the regional supply planning teams.
Drive continuous improvement in inventory performance by reviewing and analyzing service and inventory information, adding brand intelligence to assist in the determination of root cause and propose corrective actions.
Lead Global SKU Retirement Processes by leveraging strong project management skills in the oversight of: Global Line Edit/Line Maintenance process, BOM management and Phase In - Phase Out (Soft Phase) and STAR (SKU Transition and Retirement). Work with STAR Project Manager to coordinate execution with regional functions and provide Global process support.
Ensure functional ownership of Root Cause Analysis and Issue Resolution for matters and events causing a disruption in product supply (QA Issues, Capacity Constraints, Vendor related failures). Facilitate cross-functional dialogue as required, and formalize relevant communication process.
-5 years related experience
-APICS CPM a plus, Industrial Engineering, Operations research, or mathematics background preferred but willing to consider other technical majors and relevant experience.
Minimum 4 year college degree – preferably business or supply chain focus. Related Experience in the area(s) of Supply Planning and Project Management
Effective Leadership and Decision Making capabilities. - Analyzes & utilizes facts effectively for presentation to decision makers.
Strong Communication – expressing ideas effectively in individual and group situations.
Teamwork/Collaboration – Encourages interdependency while holding others accountable.
Project Management - Understands and drives the execution of relevant projects.
Familiarity with SAP SNP or other advanced planning systems.
Must be knowledgeable of organizational design and interdependencies.
Organizational Skills- ability to successfully manage multiple accountabilities simultaneously
Job: Supply Chain - Corporate
Primary Location: Americas-US-NY-New York
Job Type: Standard
Shift: 1st (Day) Shift
Travel: Yes, 5 % of the Time
We are an equal opportunity employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Job Number: 192336