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Supply Chain Project Manager

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Date: Jan 4, 2019

Location: Taipei, Taiwan, TW

Company: Corning

Corning is one of the world’s leading innovators in materials science. For more than 160 years, Corning has applied its unparalleled expertise in specialty glass, ceramics, and optical physics to develop products that have created new industries and transformed people’s lives.

Corning succeeds through sustained investment in R&D, a unique combination of material and process innovation, and close collaboration with customers to solve tough technology challenges.

The Specialty Materials segment manufactures products that provide more than 150 material formulations for glass, glass ceramics and fluoride crystals to meet demand for unique customer needs. Consequently, this segment operates in a wide variety of commercial and industrial markets that include display optics and components, semiconductor optics components, aerospace and defense, astronomy, ophthalmic products, telecommunications components and cover glass that is optimized for portable display devices.

Role Purpose: • Coordinating Cross department initiatives and strategy interdependencies within the CGT supply chain department – supply planning, global supply management, logistics, contract manufacturing, operations, capacity management. • Leverage Corning corporate capabilities, regional presence, initiatives and expertise to enhance CGT supply chain execution. • Responsible to support strategy supply chain project team and governance in area of : Supply Chain Planning system , Data Warehouse/BI, and related projects • Disruptive innovation thinking and support CGT Digital Supply Chain strategy and roadmap • Project Leadership and management Key Responsibilities: • Support to develop strategic plans to drive step improvements in areas of opportunity within the end-to-end supply chain to meet/exceed customer expectations at an optimal profitability. • Leading strategy project initiatives to drive project success. • Participate GTP (Global Tactical Planning) implementation, sustaining and trouble shooting. • Governance CGT supply & Demand planning process to ensure system capability. • Align with LRP planning process and short term planning to ensure GTP consistency. • Gathering user requirement to convert into system functional requirements and make proper testing plan to co-work with IT. • GTP system quality assurance. • Governance Supply Chain data warehouse project implementation and align with Corp. Power BI strategy and rollout. • Assessment and implementation factory planner system to improve regional planning operation efficiency. • Outstanding project leadership • Process and system alignment and integration for End-to-End Supply Chain integration • Evaluate advanced systems and driving organization digitalization transformation • Define, track and improve key performance metrics related to supply chain operation. Performance Metrics: • CGT supply chain key performance metrics • CGT business metrics and Display/Cover glass industry benchmarks Competencies (knowledge, skills and behaviors): • Rich Experience for Supply Chain Planning system(such as, i2, APO,…etc.) • SAP Supply Chain Savvy and Business Acumen • Possesses differentiated skills and experience in end-to-end supply chain (Plan, Source, Make, and Deliver) with demonstrated performance history in order to boost supply chain performance in CGT and bring new talent and best practices to augment Corning’s homegrown talent. • Supply chain integration and change management experience given the diverse ERP environment within the CGT business. • Supply Chain integration experience within large, complex companies including successful experience managing and executing global business process change initiatives • Cultural fit for Corning and the corporate values. Ability to collaborate, motivate and lead globally through others and influence the achievement of common goals. • Advanced Analytics Techniques and Capability People: • Cross-Cultural Agility o Knows how to work the local culture. o Is not afraid of committing to a course of action to get started. o Has the courage of his/her convictions. o Understands the need for flexibility. o Won't let unresolved issues drift. o Engages in-country locals in dialogue about how to get things done. o Is willing to start something and make adjustments along the way. o Is not afraid to try something never done before. • Influencing o Sells ideas/packages solutions effectively. o Builds support for ideas. o Gains cooperation from others to obtain information and accomplish goals. o Facilitates "win-win" situations. o Uses multiple actions to influence. o Actions are adapted to specific audiences. o Influences through others. Business: • Business Acumen o Knows how businesses work. o Knowledgeable in current and possible future policies, practices, trends, and information affecting his/her business and organization. o Knows the competition. o Is aware of how strategies and tactics work in the marketplace. • Dealing with Ambiguity o Can effectively cope with change. o Can shift gears comfortably. o Can decide and act without having the total picture. o Isn't upset when things are up in the air. o Doesn't have to finish things before moving on. • Global Business Knowledge o Understands business on a global scale. o Understands what works in many countries. o Understands what's different from country to country. o Understands global differences in customers. o Knows how capital flows and operates internationally. o Understands that different laws and regulations govern global business. o Is learning agile. o Understands that different approaches work in different places. • Strategic Agility o Sees ahead clearly. o Can anticipate future consequences and trends accurately. o Has broad knowledge and perspective. o Is future oriented. o Can articulately paint credible pictures and visions of possibilities and likelihoods. o Can create competitive and breakthrough strategies and plans. Function/Technical: • Financial Management o Has a thorough understanding of a business unit’s financial statements (profit and loss, balance sheet and cash flow). o Interprets key suppliers financial statements to assess a suppliers financial health along with critical financial trends. o Contributes to improved revenue and profitability through the use of strong financial management skills and knowledge. o Provides inputs, develops, and/or manages within financial plans, (e.g. Project Plans, Forecasts, Budgets, Appropriation Requests, Departmental Budgets, 5 year plans). • Matrix Management o Ability to manage multiple perspectives and priorities. o Ability to align objectives across multiple organizations. o Manages through conflicting interests and tradeoffs. o Works collaboratively. • Supply Chain Strategies and Plans o Executes supply chain strategies across all levels of an organization. o Seeks opportunities to shape functional or business strategies by leveraging supply market opportunities. o Continually monitors the business environment and understands the impact of major changes on demand and supply profiles. Experiences/Education: Required • Bachelor’s Degree (Technical, Business or Supply Chain). • 10+ years end-to-end supply chain leadership (Senior level) experience including plant manufacturing, planning, procurement, distribution network, supply chain systems (preferably across a region) • Global work experience, working across regions and cultures. • Experience leading global teams, including matrix assignments Desired • Master’s in Business or Supply Chain Management / Computer Science. • Supply Chain Certification • SAP MM / PP / SD Certification • LEAN or Six Sigma Certification or equivalent experience • Experience with Corning’s Supply Chain Model (Demand Planning, Sourcing, Supply Planning & Execution, Logistics, Network Planning, and Contract Manufacturing). • Experience across multiple businesses, division and/or technologies.