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Location: Cary, NC, United States
Date Posted: Feb 22, 2020
As a Supply Network Specialist you will have the opportunity to work in a team environment using Business Analytics to contribute to deliverables/duties that may include project management process improvement, process development, and process execution.
Job Duties/Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
* Providing support to execute processes and/or delivering project assignments
* Collecting and analyzing data.
* Working with team members to resolve errors, explain changes and recommend actions to resolve problems.
* Creating reports for team to efficiently communicate project and/or operational performance level information.
* Working with leader(s) to ensure outcomes are consistent with goals.
* Bachelor's degree required (preferably in Business and/or Supply Chain)
* Strong oral and written
* Strong analytical and organizational skills
* Proficiency using Microsoft Office applications (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
* Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Power Query including pivot tables, data management, & query capability
* Proficient with use of Power BI Designer and collating and cleaning data from disparate sources.
* Demonstrated project management skills and experience leading successful projects
* Demonstrated experience in root cause investigation and remediation
* Experience developing Applications and automation using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)
* Experience setting up Microsoft Access and ODBC connections for Data Sources
Top candidates will also have:
* Master's degree in Business or Supply Chain
* A minimum of 2 years of previous work experience in such fields such as purchasing, supply chain, operations, or marketing
* Experience with SharePoint Application Workflow Development and SharePoint Site maintenance
* Experience as a Tableau Builder for creation of reports and dashboards
* Experience using SQL –working knowledge of data base functionality and capability of creating
databases and queries