There is something meaningfully different about Andersen. A key to the company’s enduring success is our sincere and thorough effort to do the right thing for customers, for employees, for the community and for the environment.
Andersen is a place of vibrant energy and innovation. These innovations are part of a well-defined roadmap to seize opportunities ahead.
There has never been a more exciting time to be a Supply Chain Analyst at Andersen. It isn't our history that makes us an industry leader. It's our commitment to innovation. We're constantly setting new standards for windows and doors that raise the bar for the entire industry. Being around since 1903 means we haven't just seen where the industry's been—we guide where it's going.
PURPOSE: The Supply Chain Analyst solves problems within a single value stream, function, or relatively small user base. A minimal portion of this role is transactional, with the majority focus on driving continuous improvement. The Supply Chain Analyst uses tools from DMAIC, PDCA, lean, and six sigma methodologies to identify problems and analyze possible solutions. Requires knowledge and experience in own discipline. Implements and supports continuous improvements and business process changes.
Lead root cause analysis and resolution within supply chain such as delivery issues to the customer, inventory accuracy and inventory management
Identify, implement and lead business tool and process enhancements (continuous process improvement) by utilizing lean tools such as Kanban, 5Y, Plan-Do-Check-Act, Value Stream Mapping, and A3 thinking
Perform supply chain analytics involved in advanced scheduling and material planning including capacity analyses. Make recommendations regarding overtime, capacity, and changeovers. Provide data and reporting to support Value Stream/functional initiatives
Participate in supply chain projects within the value stream (plan, source, make, deliver); develop and complete project work plans; facilitate the creation and maintaining of value stream/process maps
Facilitate cross-functional teams and meetings with having explicit objectives and scope
Coordinate information and material flow within the Value Stream including assembly, fabrication, purchased material warehouses, and line side inventories
Complete analysis and provide input and recommendations to support the budgeting/goal setting process
CULTURE AND BENEFITS: Andersen is committed to making a difference through challenging ourselves each day, recognizing and rewarding success, taking pride in our work and honoring a legacy built on doing the right thing. There is great respect for life outside work so that you can bring your best self to work.
We are committed to demonstrating mutual respect and appreciation of our similarities and differences so that each employee can realize his/her potential and we exceed our customers’ expectations.
Andersen has been an ENERGY STAR® partner since the Windows program began in 1998. This is Andersen’s fourth Sustained Excellence Award and the ninth time the company has been recognized by the ENERGY STAR program.
As an innovative and industry-leading organization, we think of benefits more broadly. From your health care to your work environment, to your development and quality of life, we think beyond basic benefits to provide a total rewards package including, but not limited to:
Health Savings Account contributions
Paid holidays plus PTO
401(k) plan & contributions
Professional Development and tuition reimbursement opportunities
A culture that supports work-life balance
An environment where collaboration is key
Volunteer opportunities – on company time
Environmentally conscious business decisions
8,000+ employees and career opportunities nationwide
4 year degree in engineering, business, or technology with of 2 years’ experience preferred
Working knowledge of relevant supply chain technologies such as ERP, Manufacturing Executions Systems, Warehouse Management systems
Knowledge and experience with ERP systems, data mining and data reporting
Proficient in utilizing lean tools and methodology for problem solving and continuous improvement, including Pull, 5Y, PDCA, A3 thinking, waste elimination
Engages with other in a way that can be developed into an ongoing working relationship
Seeks to understand customer needs in detail and how to satisfy them
Supports organizational change (e.g., asks questions, abandons past ways of doing things, etc.)
Demonstrates effective presentation skills