OVERVIEW The primary focus of the Supply Chain
Project Manager is to deliver a specific international multimillion-dollar
transformation project. Delivery success is defined by meeting or exceeding
timelines, cost parameters, and expected capabilities. The Supply Chain Project
Manager will provide subject matter expertise in all areas of detailed project
management/ methodology, risk management, and resource scheduling (internal/
external). Duration of the project will be approximately 6-12 months. At the
conclusion of the supply chain project, the incumbent will transition into a
North American role supporting Supply Chain & Procurement.
Our client provides the world’s laboratories and production
environments with the most comprehensive range of labware for scientific
research and technical applications as well as solutions for storage and
packaging. They manufacture a full range of precision glassware and specialty
products for life sciences as well as offer products and services (vials,
ampules, stoppers, septa, seals, caps, bottles, tubes, flasks, and value added
services) to customers seeking packaging solutions.
project through all phases of Consultant recommendations. This includes
the ability to work internationally across multiple functions, including,
but not limited to Manufacturing, Engineering, Supply Chain, Human
Resources and Finance.
for maintaining the Supply Chain project work plan, scheduling project
resources, duty assignment, responsibilities, and provide technical advice
and problem resolution on all aspects of project. The successful Supply
Chain Project Manager must be able to effectively balance between
collaborative and demand leadership styles to ensure project delivery.
for tracking project expenditures and progress. Modifies project schedules
and plans as required to ensure on-time delivery at expected cost levels.
accountability for project quality; ensuring quality and contractual
standards, expectations, and performance.
for communication and status reporting to senior management; detailing
issues and possible solutions related to potential roadblocks/ problems
that impact critical paths, costs, and/ or quality.
of Project Management Institute's (PMI) methodology and key knowledge
areas; Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Human Resources,
Communications, Risk and Procurement Management.
international project team members.
safety precautions, rules and regulations.
internal Quality Policy and relevant Quality Objectives.
his/her contribution to the effectiveness of the OPS including the
benefits of improved performance and comprehend the impact or effect of
not conforming with OPS.
safety precautions, rules and regulations and maintains work area in a
clean and safe manner.
and helps to enforce standard policies and procedures.
Degree in Business or related field required. Master’s Degree preferred.
2+ years of
experience in a project management.
Procurement experience preferred.
consulting experience preferred.
experience working internationally preferred.
managing projects in excess of $2M.
handle multiple priorities.
written and oral communication skills.
knowledge of Microsoft Project.
Microsoft Suite Platform.
(Project Management Institute, Project Management Professional)