As a Material Planner you will oversee inventory pipeline and needs to meet customer demand using current tools and resources while creating new platforms for tracking & analyzing data. Proactively review & approve recommendations as required to ensure on-time delivery of product. Provide assistance and direction to other stakeholders in the supply chain process to discover / eliminate inefficiencies or adjustments involving the customer and/or Arrow.
- Understanding a customer's MRP for pipeline evaluation
- Analyzing product pipelines, adjustments per supplier deliveries and lead times
- Communicating with Branch personnel in order to communicate with customers with updates and resolutions if needed
- Managing inventory to financial goals
- Work closely with Purchasing Department to meet Customer, Sales & Inventory needs
- Data compilation, comparison, and analysis
- Ability to perform Root Cause Analysis, develop corrective actions, test and implement to prevent future issues.
- College degree or minimum 1-3 years' experience with MRP Planning, asset management, or sales support
- Demonstrate strategic thinking and the ability to execute a detailed plan to produce efficient and profitable solutions.
- Ability to multi-task at a fast pace using time management and prioritization skills
- Ability to work independently with little supervision, understanding how to problem solve within a corporate environment.
- Ability to create influential relationships with internal and external customers, as well as with offshore resources.
- Strong communication skills
- The ability to work collaboratively with internal and external resources to get results.
- The ability to understand and evaluate metrics and apply process improvement metrics.
- Proficient with Microsoft applications including Word and Excel.
Location:Denver ( Panorama)
Time Type:Full time
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