Manager, Supply Planning - Tommy Hilfiger

Location
New York, New York, United States of America
Posted
29 Jun 2022
Closes
17 Sep 2022
Ref
PVH1USR32518WDINTERNALENGLOBALEXTERNAL
Level
Manager
Hours
Full Time
The Manager of Supply Planning will be responsible for supporting Supply Planning initiatives and managing projects to support Supply Chain Optimization with an immediate focus on Raw Materials. This position is needed to execute the data, reporting, and planning functions for the company in support of informed decisions, cost-effective problem solving, and optimal business execution. He or she will identify & evaluate demand, project capacity/allocation strategies to optimize business objectives and support business objectives through continuous consideration of KPI's. He/she will also collaborate on strategic raw material planning to unlock speed and flexibility within our Global Supply Chain.

Responsibilities:

Forecasting:
  • Support Supply Chain Optimization initiatives by working with Retail & Wholesale Planning Teams to evaluate demand and capacity projections, focusing on 6 - 12 months forward
  • Analyze rolling demand and Project production capacity for vendors
  • Analyze rolling demand and project a raw material forecast for fabric mills
  • Support the development and implementation of JDA IBP tool by evaluating raw material parameters to align with product and supplier strategies

Reporting & Analysis:
  • Collaborate with fabric teams, mills and business channels for utilization
  • Develop and perform effective analysis on fabrics that have been purchased
  • Act as the point person for tracking fabric projections
  • Autonomously develops a process to capture, process, report and analyze feedback from key stakeholders

Process Lead:
  • Support RM planner on all functions relating to fabric buys, inventory management, costing, and communication
  • Effectively manage the relationship with all demand teams to ensure alignment and accuracy of information
  • Leverage existing systems and databases to generate data and KPIs
  • Document processes and information flows involved in reporting activities
  • Clearly document best practices so others can learn from these experiences
  • Partner with production and mill management team for sourcing direction

Project Management:
  • Promote innovative approaches to organization and record keeping
  • Demonstrate solid project management skills including: fundamental project management approaches such as utilizing project charters, timelines, meeting structure, and progress updates
  • Effectively communicate with internal and external partners through email and, as necessary, video conference

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor's degree
  • 5-7 years' experience in one of the following: production planning, inventory management, operations, buying/procurement, supply chain, and/or logistics/distribution
  • 2-4 years' experience working with a forecasting/inventory management/master planning (production) solution such as JDA Fulfill, JDA MP, JDA ESP, i2 Prod Plan, SAP Master Planner, Manugistics, or Logility Oracle
  • 1-3 years Fabric Procurement experience, a must
  • JDA Collaborate/ESP highly preferred
  • Strong working knowledge of MRP and ERP systems and their implementation
  • Ability to manage & meet deadlines
  • Strong analytical & problem solving skills
  • Exercise sound judgment
  • Proven project management skills
  • Microsoft Office Suite proficiency
  • Proven ability to work in a collaborative environment
  • Excellent organizational, analytical, written and communication skills
  • Independent, self-motivated and detail-oriented
  • Ability to multi-task in a busy office environment
  • High integrity & business ethics
  • Manager, Supply Planning needs to be able to meet the demands of a hectic, fast paced environment where priorities are changing frequently
  • Ability to work with multiple cross functional teams and regional hubs; ability to influence
  • Office based; 5% travel anticipated
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