Philips Integrated Supply Chain, (Rotational Program) Philips Healthcare, (Reedsville, PA.) in Reedsville, Pennsylvania
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In this program, you have the opportunity to:
Build your Integrated Supply Chain (ISC) capabilities by undertaking challenging roles in supply chain, manufacturing and procurement, in a creative and empowering environment .
By rotating across these Philips ISC functions, you will become an experienced ISC professional.
You will work as a formal employee in three different roles within 2 to 2.5 years and besides your daily activities you will be supported in developing leadership skills. The exposure on the different functional areas will enable the development of an integrated supply chain that drives value for both Philips and our customers.
You are responsible for:
Supporting the digital transformation across the ISC
Identifying opportunities for improving processes that have a tangible impact on business performance and partner with stakeholders to understand current challenges and implement solutions to address them
Using data-driven analytical rigor and/or six sigma and/or lean expertise to accurately identify issues that lead to sub-optimal performance and their root causes
Engaging actively in Learning & Development program, mentoring/coaching sessions, and the ISC community
Reviewing jointly performance and rotation period with line manager and program manager
Acting as ambassador for the Integrated Supply Chain (ISC) Early Professional Program and actively participate in identifying new rotation and landing positions as well as recruitment activities for future participants
You are part of :
The Integrated Supply Chain (ISC) organization , a central group that manages the manufacturing, supply chain and procurement procedures with the objective to perfectly deliver the Philips products to our customers with highest quality against minimal cost.
The group is headed by our Chief Operation Officer and supports the market organizations, responsible for the commercial activities, and the business clusters responsible for the development of our health systems and products .
This Program will engage you in role specific responsibilities that will vary depending on the specific rotation role you will be in . Among others, the program includes roles such as:
Order Manager: communicating with external customer ship/delivery dates that are acceptable and are attainable by Philips organization
Transport Specialist: opportunity to manage the Supply Chain end-to-end in terms of transportation planning & execution
Supply Chain Project Manager : manage all aspects of a project including planning, cost, action plans, risk, etc.
Supply Chain Process Engineer: develop, validate and deploy continuous improvement projects
Market Procurement Manager: drive the sourcing strategy, supplier selection, contracts negotiations, ensuring adherence to the service level agreements, etc.)
Procurement Processes & Systems Specialist: safeguarding process quality, maintaining procurement tools, supporting procurement user community
Procurement Business Process Expert: develop, implement and drive continuous improvements of the standardized and harmonized business processes
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
Master Degree in Supply Chain, Operations, Engineering or equivalent
2 plus years of work experience
Interest or experience in ISC
Digital savvy, good knowledge of data analysis and interpretation for informed decisions
Required competencies: High energy, Adaptability, Continuous learning, Initiating action, Innovative, high work standards
Excellent knowledge of English
Why should you join Philips?
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