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What you'll do...
Data and Digital Literacy: Leverages data analysis tools to explore moderately complex data, develops and tests hypotheses, uses data to influence
strategic work, and builds and presents insights. Identifies, implements, and drives technology change within scope of work. Uses visualization tools
to represent data and construct coherent stories to influence decisions.
Partnership and Collaboration: Engages with team members on a periodic basis and establishes credibility. Analyzes stakeholder needs and partners
with stakeholders to share relevant information. Responds effectively and efficiently to requests. Takes a "one team" approach to collaborate and
accomplish goals for the business.
Influential Communication: Organizes thoughts and communicates credibly and concisely in an interdivisional/interdepartmental setup. Presents to
and influences teams, customers, and clients, conveying complex information clearly and accurately and addressing ambiguity in a constructive
manner. Independently assembles and prepares reports, materials, and storylines that have a structure and logical flow and are based on relevant,
fact-based information. Influences teams and leaders to take meaningful action based on sound recommendations. Seeks and provides constructive
feedback, anticipates needs/questions, and responds appropriately.
Process Flow Design: Interprets information to quantify the anticipated outcome of supply chain decisions. Describes the typical tasks associated with
using and managing suppliers. Understands issues and considerations for inbound and outbound logistics. Describes basic logistical processes and
subprocesses. Uses a variety of business process design tools and techniques. Examines, interprets, and explains workflow materials and
documentation. Analyzes a process and associated business logic and offers recommendations based on analysis. Carries out business process
design tasks with some supervision and coaching. Documents common obstacles and barriers for effective implementation.
Operational Excellence: Explains operational functions and key functional roles of assigned department or unit. Clarifies the role of each department
or unit and its relevance to the enterprise strategy. Describes the interdependence of support functions and line operating functions. Identifies the
primary operational functions of the organization. Understands where to locate and how to read One Best Way and Standard Operating Procedure
information. Locates information regarding fundamental practices and policies. Lists common tasks and activities performed by operations functions
Automation System Design: Identifies the areas for usage of automation machineries. Assesses tasks for automation potential. Obtains information
about alternative automation solutions. Assists with analyzing space and cost requirements associated with machinery usage. Identifies issues and
provides resolutions to problems related to automation machineries.
Project Management: Plans and estimates simple projects under guidance. Produces standard project status reports. Obtains information from
stakeholders during the planning stage of a project. Assists in detailed project plans, including costs, schedules, and resource requirements. Provides
input for Gantt or PERT charts or their equivalents to track project progress and status. Manages multiple projects with varying timelines
Mechatronics: Updates existing CAD drawings based on requirements. Describes common drafting conventions, tools, procedures, and processes.
Identifies basic functions and features of a design and visualization system. Navigates and troubleshoots control systems. Identifies electrical design
concepts and techniques used in supply chains. Cites examples of usage or application of electrical design in automating supply chain processes.
Demonstrates knowledge of wiring schematics, ensuring they meet requirements and are compliant. Describes common mechanical components of
Distribution Center and Fulfillment Center equipment. Names basic tools or technologies used in mechanical engineering.
Continuous Improvement: Defines the critical workflow for executing key processes. Identifies process problems that limit performance. Focuses on
the most significant problems to maximize efficiency gains. Surfaces systemic problems to be addressed at the organizational level. Implements
methods for improving and establishing controls for critical processes. Monitors systems and processes after interventions to confirm success and to
diagnose new or remaining problems. Implements methods of Continuous Improvement methodologies such as Lean, Six Sigma, or Kaizen.
Business Acumen: Provides recommendations to business stakeholders to solve complex business issues (for example, business operations,
necessary skills, revenue generation models). Develops business cases for projects with a projected return on investment or cost savings.
Demonstrates deep functional knowledge of the business unit/organization being supported. Translates business requirements into projects,
activities, and tasks and aligns to overall business strategy. Serves as an interpreter and conduit to connect business needs with tangible solutions
and results. Recommends new processes and ways of working.
Automation Integration: Identifies common issues and considerations for bringing a new automation design to a facility. Works with teams to measure
and manage project performance. Documents implementation plans and estimates for projects. Documents project implementation meetings,
particularly status reports on next steps. Participates in the development of technology interfaces and bridges. Works with existing interfaces and
integration and migration plans within assigned area. Prepares integration tests. Measures and compares results with established test criteria.
Engineering Economics: Applies principles used to evaluate the economics of investment decisions. Works with a specific financial analysis tool set.
Interprets major types of financial data utilized by the organization and summarizes and rolls up data. Implements valid financial analysis aligned with
key criteria. Utilizes basic qualitative and quantitative tools and techniques. Builds business cases (for example, time value of money, return on
investment, costs, investment drivers).
Advanced Analytics: Explains the key concepts and features of data analysis methods. Lists the major sources (for example, tools, dashboards,
industry sources) for collecting data. Explores, compiles, and manipulates data using various tools. Analyzes data and computes descriptive statistics
that identify trends, outliers, and correlations.
Talent Management: Implements systems and methods for supporting talent management programs. Maintains relationships with formal and informal
mentors. Negotiates for key developmental experiences and transitional experiences. Recommends improvements to talent management initiatives
based on analysis of data regarding initiative effectiveness. Introduces contacts from personal and professional networks to hiring managers.
Option 1: Bachelor's degree in Engineering or a related field and 3 years' experience in Engineering, supply chain, or a related area. Option 2: 5
years' experience in Engineering, supply chain, or a related area.
1 year's supervisory experience.
Masters: Engineering General
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