ADM Supply Chain Coordinator - Decatur, IL in Decatur, Illinois
Supply Chain Coordinator - Decatur, IL
Supply Chain Coordinator – Decatur, IL
This is a full time, exempt position
This position is the liaison between Customer Support, Business Management, Technical Service and Sales. They are responsible for managing forecasting, production scheduling, inventories and the product assignment function to ensure high service levels.
Assignments may include, but are not limited to:
Create, maintain, & audit standard operating procedures (SOP’s)
Develop inventory targets and manage production to achieve targeted inventory levels. Maintain finished goods inventory at target levels to insure high service levels.
Obtain strong working knowledge of the ADM products.
Collaborate with accounting, shared services, plants, and warehouses to manage and reconcile finished goods inventories.
Act as a liaison with technical service and quality groups for complete resolution of claims or requests.
Develop valid, feasible production schedules for finished goods.
Make delivery commitments on finished goods. Collaborate with ADM owned and 3rd party facilities to ensure delivery schedules are feasible and product is available.
Working with the sales team to obtain accurate forecasts.
Continuous process improvement to ensure best practices.
Identify obsolete and slow moving material. Recommend disposition.
Participate in meetings and keep up to date on issues related to business operations.
Special Projects as assigned.
Work with IT Support to improve processes for the Nutrition Operations team
To be considered for an opportunity, candidates must meet the following criteria:
Flexibility is critical in this role.
A support-oriented focus on both internal and external customers.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to collaborate in a team-oriented environment.
Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word and Outlook.
Knowledge of the IBM inventory and order processing systems and the ability to learn web-based and other computer applications.
Bachelor’s Degree or previous experience in an ADM Operations role is preferred.
Strong problem solving and analysis skills. Quick and accurate decision maker.
Ability to set goals, prioritize and manage multiple tasks.
The ability to work closely and communicate effectively with all business functions.
Must be able to maintain a strong working relationship with product managers
Experience with Business Objects is preferred.
Some travel may be necessary
Physical requirements include: sitting for prolonged periods of time, operating a keyboard, standing, filing, bending, kneeling and effectively working on the telephone. Occasional visits to production facilities will be necessary. Minimal travel may be required.
IL - Illinois
ADM is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability and veterans status.