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Regional Supply Chain Manager

Position Purpose The Regional Supply Chain Manager works closely with the Regional Director of Purchasing to identify enterprise solutions, develop project plans, structure and lead cross-functional teams, gain executive stakeholder buy-in, and own project outcomes The Regional Manager will initially be tasked as a subject matter resource dedicated to the roll-out of Levy's enterprise purchasing system. Once the project is at a steady state, the Regional Manager will take on additional assignments in support of Levy's business objectives. Key Responsibilities & Accountability Provide project leadership to end users during the roll-out of Levy's new purchasing & supply chain system Aid the Regional Director of Purchasing to implement innovations that improve Levy's supply chain, by processes, systems, or structure Establish and maintain strong business relationships with senior leaders and other relevant stakeholders to drive collaboration and address performance issues Identify new supply chain capabilities by monitoring internal and industry practices to make recommendations for change Leverage leading supply chain management procedures to improve existing capabilities Create and execute end-to-end project plans and revise as appropriate to meet changing needs Manage cross-functional teams, establishing a project culture of accountability, including with teams of non-reports to provide timely and high-quality deliverables Coach location personnel to proactively evaluate supply chain performance and establish policies that hold teams accountable for results Own the regional supply planning cycle for season planning to establish purchasing plans that effectively meet demand requirements without compromising financials or guest satisfaction Manage monthly reporting process to monitor regional supply chain performance and drive accountability for results Exercise analytical rigor while developing solutions and estimating benefits Nature and Scope Typically reports to Regional Director of Purchasing Works closely with regional teams dedicated to other business functions Frequently deals with sensitive, controversial or complicated data Expected to proactively determine priorities and action plans to achieve company objectives Faces situations that have a variety of interpretations and require careful evaluation Required Skills Proven leader with an innate ability to build business relationships with multiple stakeholders Excellent analytical and problem solving skills Highly adaptable with meticulous attention to detail Excellent organizational abilities Committed to process improvement and professional growth Comfortable working primarily in team environments, in a matrix management structure Demonstrated professional experience as a project manager Strong communication and presentation skills Knowledge of inventory & supply chain management principles and best practices Advanced experience with Microsoft Excel including macros, pivot tables, etc. and Microsoft PowerPoint; experience with Microsoft Access, SQL and Tableau a plus Ability to travel (up to 50%) Basic Qualifications Bachelor's Degree in Supply Chain Management, Business , or other related field 5 to 7 years of combined consulting and industry operating experience Preference for consulting or industry experience related to Project Management, Supply Chain Planning, Distribution, and Analytics Demonstrated track record of delivering high-impact supply chain solutions Proven ability to collaborate cross functionally to achieve business objectives Previous experience with addressing supply chain needs in the Food & Beverage industry is a plus Certification from an accredited supply chain association is a plus (e.g. APICS) MBA is a plus
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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