General Electric Machine Supply Chain Finance Leader (m/f/d) in Lichtenfels, Germany
Job Description Summary
Drive optimal performance ( cost, fulfillment, quality, cash) and profitability through the Supply Chain execution. Has in-depth knowledge of best practices and how own area integrates with others; has working knowledge of competition and the factors that differentiate them in the market.
Roles and Responsibilities
Set Additive EMEA Supply Chain Finance strategy and execute on priorities. Coordinate planning, pacing, and closing activities. Own Supply Chain function’s P&L and balance sheet activities, including cost accounting, inventory controls (PI, Revals, standards, variances, etc.), product fulfilment, and COGS booking, functional costs, VCP/FCP, P&E, overhead cost rates etc.
Partner with leaders in the Additive supply chain organization (including supply chain leaders, operations leaders, inventory leaders etc.) to drive sustainable change in the business.
Lead projects with business-level impact (e.g. move of EBM supply chain to Lichtenfels including tax considerations and manufacturing rate harmonization / separation). Communicates difficult concepts and influence stakeholders on functional priorities. Guide others to consider a different point of view.
Impacts the team’s ability to achieve service, quality, and timeliness of objectives. Work is subject to functional policy objectives. Regularly advises management in the function and in the business. Drives decision making about functional subjects. High levels of evaluative judgment are required to achieve outcomes required.
Uses high level of judgment to make decisions and handle complex tasks or problems that impact the function. Has ability to assess quality of information given and ask pertinent questions to stakeholders. Able to offer new solutions to problems outside of set parameters and can construct and provide recommendations. Uses multiple internal and external sources outside of own function to help arrive at a decision.
- This role requires significant experience in Finance & Manufacturing Operations. Knowledge level is comparable to a Master's degree from an accredited university or college (or a high school diploma with relevant experience).
- Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Demonstrated ability to analyze and resolve problems. Demonstrated ability to lead programs / projects. Ability to document, plan, market, and execute programs. Established project management skills.
Relocation Assistance Provided: Yes