Supply Planner Components
Job TitleSupply Planner Components
Role within Procurement organization. Handles all supply base management related activities residing in a commodity. Contributes to the commodity strategy of the assigned commodity, and participates in localization projects of a global commodity team, ensuring linkages across entire Procurement network (CM, PE, MP, Gov and Support).
- Attend internal and external meetings in relation with Flex (Weekly Material meeting/biweekly NPI meeting/Weekly internal meeting/Global Supply Planning meeting/ad hoc meeting)
- Support B/S program by being the link between Flex and B/S team
- Set up for any new part/new vendor
- Communication between Flex/B/S team/CT if needed
- Coordinate and manage initial component flows towards Subcons to support ramp-up/transfer of (new) products
- Support and participate in transfer/NPI project teams
- Support regional E&O process between Flex/PLEM//EMAG
- Monitor and control component stock at subcons in relation to change management and phase-out/liability settlement processes
- E&O analysis
- PIPO analysis for NPI/Phased out products
- Lead logistic processes improvement in the area of info-sharing with subcons and SC-visibility
- Monthly forecast compilation
- Be the face of Flex during Global Supply Planning meeting
- Support implementation of logistic agreements with suppliers.
- During scarcity secure components outside the regular supply base.
- Request support from Sustaining engineering
- Window with CT or Supply Chain (global or regional)
- GMR collection
- Attend any meeting with SC & suppliers during allocation time as the face for Flex.
- Monitor shipments from Philips entities to Flex (Sales Orders process/tracking)
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