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The Infrastructure, Supply Chain, and Procurement (ISCaP) team is looking for a results-oriented individual with strong business judgement skills and experience working with internal and external stakeholders to own material planning and open order management for Data Center Power & Cooling Equipment. Our Material Planners are high-energy self-starters that are excited to work across different functions to deliver power and cooling equipment to our data centers globally.
As a member of the Power and Cooling Supply Chain Management Team, you will manage the global materials and orders for one or more regions supporting AWS Data Center build projects. This role's primary responsibility is to maintain unconstrained supply on a global scale for the responsible regions and work with our internal customers and business partners to audit and track inventory status and materials from Purchase Order Placed to delivery and drive the appropriate supply strategies to deliver continuity of supply.
Responsibilities for this role include:
Manage the E2E life cycle for managed categories from Purchase Order creation to equipment delivery to data centers.
Manage, analyze and reconcile purchase orders internally and externally
Work with Suppliers, Global Supply Managers, Sourcing Managers and internal customers to coordinate purchase order changes as well as coordination for delivery. Manage supplier performance as it relates to on time equipment delivery
Manage supplier lead times and drive them to meet AWS business requirements
Develop analytical reports to deliver information to business partners and stakeholders that support improved decision making and on time deliveries. This includes developing the mechanisms to identify upstream blockers to Purchase order communication to suppliers.
Present the performance and metrics associated with on time delivery, manufacturing and shipping lead times for all categories and regions managed.
Customer support for internal customers on questions related to open orders is Key
Manage and troubleshoot escalations related to damaged deliveries, missing deliveries or quality issues on equipment requiring immediate replacement or field support.
Manage cross-functional projects against plans and objectives to meet commitments and goals
Manage supply buffers and allocation to shorten lead times and build resiliency into the supply chain without driving excess
Drive supplier improvement initiatives to continually lower risk and reduce lead times
Influence suppliers' manufacturing processes, technology decisions, and policies in ways that are mutually beneficial and sustainable for both organizations
Requires traveling up to 20% of the year.
This position can be located in Seattle, WA or Hermiston, OR area.
Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Supply Chain or related fields
5+ years of experience in supply chain management, order management, material planning and/or supply planning role
5+ years of experience in Microsoft Office Suite
7+ years of experience in supply chain management, order management, material planning and/or supply planning role
Advanced knowledge in Microsoft Office Suite
Experience in data centers, an infrastructure service provider or similar technology company
Ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment. Meets/exceeds Company’s leadership principle requirements for this role
Meets/exceeds Company’s functional/technical depth and complexity for this role
Company is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Company is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age, or other legally protected status. For individuals with disabilities who would like to request an accommodation, please visit Company website.
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