Vice President, Supply Chain Strategy - Grapevine , Texas, United States, 76051

£150-200k

  • Define and develop Supply Chain enterprise and outsourcing strategy, including strategic planning analysis for core and growth segments
  • Develop Supply Chain Network strategy
  • Develop Direct Import logistics strategy
  • Determine key SLAs to operate the business in coordination with the overall company strategy of key value to the customer
  • Determine Capital needs within the Supply Chain, calculate ROI and justify CERF expenditures. In some cases manage the implementation of the supply chain capital projects.
  • Define enterprise level business development strategic vision and related analysis
  • Deliver relevant insights across the supply chain businesses and with internal customers
  • Determine competitive delivery strategy (Possibly including same day ship strategy) and determine consumer demand as well as profitability of the model
  • Collaborate with leadership team, strategy counterparts, and business leads to develop strategy and identify key priorities
  • Develop relationships with senior leaders and cross functional team members to craft strategies aligned to drive growth of existing businesses and new area of opportunities
  • Collaborate on cross enterprise and business unit initiatives in support of the company's priorities
  • Identify new growth opportunities and potential disruptive threats for the business
  • Build out ship to store ship from store and ship to customer strategy
  • Drive continuous improvement and cost reduction initiatives
  • Lead enterprise global standards assurance
  • Model the behaviors expected of all GME associates including a drive for results with a clear bias for action; high levels of maturity and professionalism; giving, receiving and responding to feedback effectively; a high service orientation; and clear commitments to diversity, inclusion, a respectful workplace, and integrity
  • Create a productive, collaborative work environment by developing a common vision, setting clear objectives, facilitating teamwork, recognizing and rewarding outstanding performance, encouraging risk tolerance, and maintaining open communications
  • Consistently demonstrate his or her proficiency with relationship management, consensus building, critical thinking, risk tolerance, and creative, unconventional thinking
  • 10 or more years of related experience required; at least 3 years of Director level experience required
  • Accredited Master's degree preferred; additional undergraduate study, certifications, and related leadership experience may be considered in substitution
  • 7+ years of leadership experience in strategy and/or corporate development and technical/functional expertise in one or several of the following areas: strategy, financial analysis, and supply chain strategy
  • Experience in productivity improvement initiatives within supply chain operations