Supply Chain Analyst

Supply Chain AnalystAllentown, PA
Job ID:90562
Date Posted:11/04/2016
System One is looking to fill a long term contract position with our client in Allentown,Pa. The client is in the energy production business. This position is currently scheduled to last 6+ months.
The Analyst- Supply Chain Compliance, System Reporting position performs analysis on Supply chain Legal, Financial and risk compliance as well as participates in complex, multi-disciplinary projects, assists in creating plans and develops reporting using various databases and reporting mechanisms and is responsible to perform analysis and reporting in all supply chain related reporting systems.
Key Responsibilities
-Supports Supply chain data/information reporting and compliance by implementing best practices
-Supports integrated supply chain via using the various supply chain management operation and purchasing systems.
-Assist Supply chain and generating plant operations leaders in gathering providing accurate data analysis for monthly reporting.
-Assist in managing supply chain financial risk, supply chain risk and supply chain performance
-Works with business intelligence team, Supporting major business intelligence projects including custom development of new solutions and targeted modification and integration of existing systems to support business processes.
Basic Qualifications
-Bachelor?s degree in Engineering, Supply Chain or related business degree
-Strong Computer and Analysis Skills
Preferred qualifications
-Experience creating complex data mart reporting or equivalent
-Experience in the electric or power generations understanding of business process management
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