Delta Controls is looking for a Supply Chain Manager to join our Surrey team. This is a full-time, permanent position to being as soon as possible. The Supply Chain Manager is accountable for the planning and fulfillment of customer demand on a daily basis as well as meeting and/or exceeding customer service expectations. Specifically, this includes finished goods and component inventory planning, management of inventory levels and control of inventory to optimize accuracy; capacity planning; Supply Chain strategy; purchasing and requisition management; production planning and production scheduling; all material handling and logistics responsibilities; managing and monitoring supply chain performance.

Responsibilities:
Contribute to and execute the strategic plan for the company.
Manage finished goods, inventory target levels for make-to-stock (MTS) and make-to-order (MTO) items, inventory classification, inventory accuracy and production bill of materials (BOM) information.
Manage raw material/component item masters, item inventory target levels, item classification and facilitating optimal inventory accuracy and meeting working capital targets.
Manage the generation of raw material/component requirement forecasts on a yearly basis along with managing the generation of quarterly updates to forecasts.
Support supplier relationship and supplier performance management initiatives.
Manage capacity planning to identify medium to long-term resource requirements.
Manage the development of appropriate production plans and daily production schedules for make-to-order (MTO) items; alpha and beta production assemblies; and for make-to-stock (MTS) and make-to-available (MTA) items.
Manage the disposition of obsolete finished goods and raw material components and peripheral product (PPG).
Drive supplier negotiations, contracts and agreements to ensure Delta’s business success.
Manage the strategy and tasks of all material handling responsibilities.
Manage and oversee efficient and cost-effective logistics (shipping and receiving).
Maintain supply chain decision support tools including but not limited to LifeSaver and its derivatives.
Mitigate risk and perform cost and scenario analysis.
Lead, coach and mentor the supply chain team.
Manage and practice lean manufacturing and continuous improvement principles.
Foster strong inter-departmental communication practices.
Develop and maintain relationships with internal and external clients.
Perform other duties as assigned and as required.

Main skills required:
Job Requirements

Must work well with people in a team environment.
Must be self-initiated, self-motivated and organized.
Must demonstrate professionalism, maturity, and confidence.
Must be systems-oriented and have a high level of tech savvy.

Minimum Qualifications

Degree or other equivalent studies in manufacturing, logistics and supply chain management, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Existing membership with Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) of British Columbia is preferred; otherwise, must be willing and eligible to become a member.
Preferably eight to 12 years of experience in a manufacturing position with supply chain experience.
Experience with change management.
Experience with lean manufacturing principles.
Experience managing and developing staff.
Years of relevant experience required:8 years

Compensation details:
In addition to the competitive compensation package, we also offer a unique work environment that is designed for people who like to work hard and play hard too! Here are just a few examples:

On-site gym and weight room with personal trainers
RRSP matching
Comprehensive extended group health and dental benefits
To apply, go to our careers site at https://careers.deltacontrols.com. Complete or update your profile and submit your application online. Next, go to the applied jobs list to ensure your application has been fully processed. You are also welcome to add or manage job alerts within your candidate account.

Local candidates are preferred. No relocation will be offered for this position. Must be legally entitled to work in the country where the job is offered, for any employer, without requiring sponsorship. While we will consider all applications, only those short-listed for interviews will be contacted. No phone calls, please. No outside agencies or recruiters, please.

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