The Supervisor, Field Supply Chain plans, implements and controls the efficient, effective flow and storage of goods, services, and related information from the point of origin to the point of consumption in order to meet internal customers' requirements. Responsible for the purchase of telecommunications equipment, parts, and related goods and services to meet the needs of the Company nationwide. Manages the corporate Logistics, Warehouse, and Bar Coding processes. Develops and implements Inventory Control systems, policies and procedures in a Shared Services environment. Maintains primary oversight of corporate contract negotiations for purchase agreements and service level agreements.
Responsibilities also include:
Negotiates favorable third party contracts and service level agreements that establish and set service expectation levels with third party vendors. Ensuring all contracts with third party vendors comply
Manages Cox's existing contracts and develops transition strategy to termination or renewal. Provides direction to assist in new vendor or contract implementation.
Develop and implement an efficient and effective process to communicate third party vendor contract and contact information to Cox departments and field locations.
Review requisitions monitoring contract compliance with established agreements.
Coordinate with suppliers to facilitate expediting purchase orders to insure timely deliveries of the correct products.
Assists in the development, implementation and periodic updating of materials management/logistic policies and procedures to the Supply Chain Web site.
Standardizes Material Management/logistic processes across the company to gain process efficiencies.
Ensures that inventory levels represented in software solutions are accurate with on-hand inventory sufficient to meet short-term needs to avoid inventory shortages and or inventory stock piles.
Develops and deploys updates and reports that facilitate forecasting of overall material needs, inventory levels and excess inventory level avoidance.
Encourages and enhances Cox's supplier diversity efforts to increase overall percent of goods and services purchased through diversity vendors.
Where permitted by applicable law, must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to be considered for this U.S. based job. (Reasonable accommodations for medical and religious objections will be considered.)
3 or more years of experience required in related field
Requires strong knowledge of warehousing and plant makeup.
Excellent math, leadership, interpersonal, written, verbal and collaborative skills to work effectively with teams throughout organization.
Demonstrated ability to tolerate inside and outside work environments.
Valid State Driver’s License with driving record that meets Cox standards.
2 or more years of experience in a management role
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About Cox Communications
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