Director at HR Synergy
Views:3893 Applications:297 Rec. Actions:Recruiter Actions:36
Project Lead - Supply Chain Management - Consulting Firm (5-7 yrs)
Job opening with one of the leading Consulting client for the position of Project Lead- Supply Chain Management - Gurgaon
- Provide business and supply chain thought leadership and sound business judgment to drive the team's work on cases across geographies and industries
- Able to very quickly come up to speed on different businesses and perform any needed research and analysis
- Take responsibility for assigning work streams; monitor and balance workloads
- Ensure timely, high quality, zero-defect work-output produced by the analysts
- Understand client needs and situations and adapt to case expectations
- Generate and screen realistic answers based on sound reality checks and recommend actionable solutions
- Communicate data, knowledge, and clearly explain insights and implications for the client to the entire team
- Effectively communicate with clients
- Consistently provide responsible feedback in all interactions; recognize team's development needs and provide feedback toward constant improvement
- Assist on additional leadership roles (e.g. recruiting, marketing, training, etc.)
- Should be a post-graduate with minimum 5 years of relevant consulting experience in Supply Chain space; or minimum 4 years of consulting with at least 2 years of industry experience (again, both in Supply chain).
- Should have worked in at least two of the following supply chain domains and have a good understanding of the others: supply chain strategy, manufacturing, planning (forecasting and inventory), logistics, procurement, and after-sales.
- Should possess excellent analytical skills, communication skills, team player skills with ability to multi-task and work under time-pressure.
- Should possess strong Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skills.
- CSCP or other supply chain certifications would be a plus, though not mandatory.
- Understanding or experience of supply chain analytics would be a plus, though not mandatory.