GE Global Customs Project Manager in Budapest, Ohio
GE Global Operations
Global Operations Supply Chain
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Posted Position Title
Global Customs Project Manager
Location(s) Where Opening Is Available United States
U.S. State, China or Canada Provinces
Budapest, Cincinnat, Moneterrey, Shanghaii
The Global Customs team of Global Operations is looking for a Project Manager. This role will own the delivery and execution of various process improvement initiatives across the organization and be a direct report into the Global Strategic Initiatives Leader.
Lead PMO initiatives to drive ongoing process improvement working upstream to fix processes at their source driving impact to process delivery & business results.
Implement and drive an operating rhythm to hold the global team accountable to operational metrics, on time deliverables and budget
Assist in the creation of review mechanisms to ensure adherence to the enterprise standard and performance metrics to track the COE’s and regions’ speed, quality and cost of delivery.
Develop operational rhythms to monitor all third party managed activities and drive ongoing process improvement.
Partner with business supply chain leaders for related functions ensuring strategic alignment with needs of each business in the region
Ensure effective stakeholder management to drive buy in, engagement & change; escalate critical issues in a timely & effective manner
Build strong relationships with the Global Process Leaders and drive enterprise standard implementation in the region across the supply chain.
Serve as a change agent by seeking, sharing and implementing best practices from global peers in order to simplify processes in the region.
Drive consistent operational delivery with the objective to leverage 'economy of scale' in support of cost efficiency and service simplification.
Deploy global reporting mechanism and engage with the regional integration teams to ensure execution alignment to plan and mitigate risks to deliver migration success
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college in a relevant field of study or equivalent experience
Minimum 8+ years experience in a project management role or equivalent
Experience with Six Sigma, LEAN, demonstrated process improvement skills or equivalent experience
Ability to influence many different stakeholders at various levels of the organization
Clear thinker: excellent analytical, critical thinking & problem solving skills
Excellent written & verbal communications skills; able to articulate technical concepts in non-technical terms
Must be willing to travel periodically
Additional Eligibility Qualifications
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.
3+ years experience in Customs
FMP, CAS, or other GE development program graduate
Prior project management experience and/or with financial services or employee services processes, in a shared services environment
Project Management Certification
Black Belt/Master Black Belt Certification
Strong attention to detail
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)