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Analytical and process-driven supply chain and demand management specialist with over 35 years of experience in material flow control, purchasing, procurement, sales, logistics, continuous improvements, and forecasting inventory levels. Forward-thinking problem solver and team leader with expertise in developing and maintaining partnerships with internal and external customers, stakeholders, and employees to effectively deliver inventory on time and under budget. A finite and master production scheduler seeking to leverage background into a supply chain manager or analyst role with a progressive organization.
Logistics Material requirements planning (MRP) Just-in-time (JIT) concepts Project management Capacity planning Cross-functional work force management Pricing strategies Lean manufacturing and value stream mapping
Professional Value Offered
Leadership Received the presidents award for reducing residual inventory by 84.6% in 1 year (exceeding goal by 54.6%) through process improvements, saving $50K annually. Eliminated project gaps, hiring, supervising and developing 35 employees while managing performance reviews and training staff on best practices. Optimized total supply chain planning, forecasting and managing inventory levels, implementing protocol, and defining direct report goals. Recommended off-site lean compliance and continuous improvement changes, using value stream mapping and 5-S principles to implement best practices. Sustained safety protocol, ensuring proper, cost-effective, and safe handling equipment and material usage. Enhanced customer satisfaction ratings by resolving issues efficiently. Executed on-time, under-budget project management on complex issues for senior leadership. Boosted profits, negotiating with suppliers to optimize pricing, lot size and delivery requirements to fulfill production needs. Supply Chain Proficiencies Drove military residual inventory from $4.5M to an all-time low of $686K. Streamlined residual inventory processes, improving change board scheduling decisions and preforming exercises to ensure ongoing inventory decline. Reduced material management accounting systems withholds from $11.2M to $2.4M, overcoming the $24M peak projection. Increased client retention, fulfilling supplier requirements on time to ensure consistent product delivery. Mitigated risk, developing project/process plans to ensure organizational compliance with inventory management policies, contractual requirements, and government regulations. Met 100% prototype and Apache REMAN support inventory accuracy, liaising with manufacturing, engineering, logistics and purchasing teams to ensure timely production order release. Decreased process lags, partnering with operations analyst to identify bill of material (BOM) and part number changes to support speedy customer sales order requirements. Ensured compliance for multiple sites, evaluating lean manufacturing applications for corrective action.