Director – Global Supply Chain Management
Updated on 1/26/2024
JMA Wireless

501-1,000 employees

Mobile connectivity
Company Overview
JMA Wireless is an American company accelerating revolutionary changes in mobile connectivity with cutting-edge products that enable faster, more reliable, and more secure networks for consumers and businesses.
Hardware

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

N/A

Founded

2012

Headquarters

Syracuse, New York

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

2%

1 year growth

6%

2 year growth

31%
Locations
Liverpool, NY, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Sales
Communications
SAP Products
CategoriesNew
Sales & Account Management
Operations & Logistics
Requirements
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Supply Chain Management, Business, Economics, or a similar discipline
  • 12-15 years of relevant industry experience
  • Preferred certifications: CSCP, CPSD, CPSM, CPIM
  • Six Sigma Green or Black Belt Certification
  • Proven track record in global contract negotiations
  • Skillful in unifying global supply chain structures
  • Strong analytical prowess with a focus on data-informed decisions
  • Exceptional negotiation, relationship-building, and communication abilities
  • Fluency in Microsoft Office Suite and pertinent ERP systems, with a preference for SAP
  • Established expertise in team leadership, mentorship, and capability enhancement
Responsibilities
  • Lead the Purchasing (both tactical & strategic) and Planning divisions, guaranteeing steady product supply for global customers
  • Design and implement a comprehensive sourcing approach, focusing on both elite and value-driven regions, with a special consideration for supplier diversification, extending beyond China
  • Coordinate and finalize global contract negotiations to secure company-advantageous terms
  • Advocate for cost-saving measures across the entire supply chain
  • Establish and monitor rigorous inventory control protocols in all global locations
  • Design and track Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to assess the effectiveness of the global supply chain
  • Drive the consolidation of varied regional supply chains into a synchronized global system
  • Develop alternate sourcing strategies to reduce dependence on primary suppliers
  • Promote a forward-thinking Sales & Operations Planning process, ensuring an integrated operational strategy
  • Encourage partnerships with interdisciplinary teams, including engineering, production, logistics, and sales & operations planning
  • Enhance the Purchasing and Planning team’s capabilities through mentorship, targeted training, and strategic assignments
  • Identify and address operational challenges by implementing uniform global end-to-end (E2E) supply chain strategies
  • Continually facilitate interdepartmental dialogues, connecting business sectors and IT for optimized operations