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Manager, Supply Chain Performance


American Airlines
Location: Dallas, Texas
Job type: Contract/Locum
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Category: Assistants & Executives
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Job Description

American Airlines, Inc. has multiple openings for a Manager, Supply Chain Performance to perform the following duties: Oversee a team of business intelligence analysts providing analytical and project management support to several supply chain departments across AA’s Technical Operations Supply Chain organization. Identify business process and technology enhancements to improve the overall performance and productivity of the supply chain. Economic analysis and business case development of investments in resources, facilities, and equipment. Synthesize trend data to support recommendations for business decisions. Drive supply chain innovations and develop strategies to address change.

Job Qualifications

Master’s degree or equivalent in business, operations management, supply chain management, or related field, plus 3 years of experience in the area of logistics/supply chain operations, quantitative disciplines, business analysis, engineering, or consulting, plus demonstrated experience in: Using and applying operations and supply chain management principles in the airline industry; Project management and working in cross-functional team environments; Data management tools incl SQL, Teradata and/or Cognos; Applying financial accounting principles and strong understanding of supply chain cost/design issues; Inventory management and supply chain systems including Ariba and/or SAP; Strong MS Office proficiency, especially MS Excel, including ability to build “What-if” simulations using PowerPivot DAX and Macros; Using Lean and Six-Sigma principles; and Applying BPMN (Business Process Model and Notation) principles.

 

Work Schedule: 40 hours per week/8 a.m.-5 p.m./M-F. 

Job Location:     Fort Worth, TX

Respond to:       American Airlines, Inc.

Attn: Shelley Matz

1950 E. Buckeye Road

Phoenix, AZ 85034

To submit resume, apply online

Job Description

American Airlines, Inc. has multiple openings for a Manager, Supply Chain Performance to perform the following duties: Oversee a team of business intelligence analysts providing analytical and project management support to several supply chain departments across AA’s Technical Operations Supply Chain organization. Identify business process and technology enhancements to improve the overall performance and productivity of the supply chain. Economic analysis and business case development of investments in resources, facilities, and equipment. Synthesize trend data to support recommendations for business decisions. Drive supply chain innovations and develop strategies to address change.

Job Qualifications

Master’s degree or equivalent in business, operations management, supply chain management, or related field, plus 3 years of experience in the area of logistics/supply chain operations, quantitative disciplines, business analysis, engineering, or consulting, plus demonstrated experience in: Using and applying operations and supply chain management principles in the airline industry; Project management and working in cross-functional team environments; Data management tools incl SQL, Teradata and/or Cognos; Applying financial accounting principles and strong understanding of supply chain cost/design issues; Inventory management and supply chain systems including Ariba and/or SAP; Strong MS Office proficiency, especially MS Excel, including ability to build “What-if” simulations using PowerPivot DAX and Macros; Using Lean and Six-Sigma principles; and Applying BPMN (Business Process Model and Notation) principles.

 

Work Schedule: 40 hours per week/8 a.m.-5 p.m./M-F. 

Job Location:     Fort Worth, TX

Respond to:       American Airlines, Inc.

Attn: Shelley Matz

1950 E. Buckeye Road

Phoenix, AZ 85034

To submit resume, apply online


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