Johnson & Johnson, through its operating companies, is the world's most comprehensive and broadly-based manufacturer of health care products, as well as a provider of related services, for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and medical devices and diagnostics markets. We strive to provide scientifically sound, high quality products and services to help heal, cure disease and improve the quality of life.
Johnson & Johnson Medical Products (JJMP), a division of Johnson & Johnson Inc., markets and distributes medical device and diagnostic solutions for use in institutional and primary health care settings across Canada. JJMP focuses on providing minimally invasive treatment options spanning various medical procedures and disease states. Among the products represented by its various business units are: surgical instruments, orthopedic implants, devices for women’s health including breast care, infection prevention and general-purpose sterilizers, hernia solutions, hemostatic products, cardiovascular and neurovascular diagnostics and treatment.
The Supply Chain Planning Manager is responsible for leading integrated demand, supply and inventory planning activities in Canada in alignment with the Global Supply Chain strategy for the Ethicon, CSS (Cardiac Specialty Solutions), and DePuy Synthes franchise organizations. The position involves the management of a team of Supply Chain (Senior) Analysts and the close partnership with cross-functional stakeholders for the execution against business goals and objectives.
• Leads cross-functional teams aimed at strengthening customer trust by improving service, optimizing inventory levels, and delivering profitability & quality improvements
a. Leads CSS, DePuy Synthes, and Ethicon Supply Chain Planning team
b. Is accountable for service, inventory, forecast accuracy, and CIPs for Canada. Monitors and communicates Supply Chain performance goals in partnership with Deliver (i.e. OTIF, inventory, recalls, etc.). Initiates corrective actions and improvement projects as required.
c. Owns the Canada Executive S&OP process for the Ethicon, CSS and DePuySynthes franchises
• Ensures solid partnership and end-to-end alignment with key stakeholders: Commercial organizations, Franchise Global Supply Chains (Plan, Make, Source, External Operations and Network Strategy), Finance, Deliver, Quality and Regulatory Affairs.
• Drives process improvement and standardization across business units and partners with global Supply Chain teams on process and systems harmonization across franchises and across regions.
• Partners with Marketing and Finance team to drive an active product lifecycle management.
• Leads or provides key input in development of business planning activities (with global franchises and with local Canadian Commercial organization).
• Creates and sustains a culture of diversity and inclusion that values all perspectives and inputs equally
• Creates and sustains a culture of quality and compliance that encourages open communication, reporting non-compliant actions, taking corrective action and holding self/others accountable
• Owns talent development of Canada Supply Chain Planning organization
• Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent, preferably in Supply Chain, Business or Engineering. Master’s Degree is an asset.
• Minimum 8 years of work experience in a complex Supply Chain environment. Experience with Demand / Supply Planning systems and processes. Some healthcare/regulatory-dependent sector experience is preferred. Cross-sector and/or cross-functional experience is an asset.
• Minimum 2 years of experience in managing teams
• Process Excellence and APICS certifications are an asset
Proven success in:
• Exhibiting an end-to-end supply chain mindset - Understanding the linkages between the different supply chain functions and taking the lead in cross-functional value creation
• Articulating a vision, engaging and mobilizing stakeholders and employees around it
• Interacting successfully with key customers / leaders at senior levels. Building partnerships to influence with limited authority
• Solutions focused mindset with a bias for action
• Working autonomously with limited supervision and operating effectively in a highly matrixed environment
• Attracting and developing superior talent. Leading people through organizational uncertainty or key change initiatives such as acquisition, divestiture, and restructuring
• Intermediate to advanced familiarity with MS Excel, Word, and Power Point
Diversity and inclusion are central elements of the shared culture across the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies. Attracting, developing and retaining a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and communities is essential to our success. We are committed to providing a respectful, inclusive and accessible work environment where all employees have the opportunity to achieve their potential.
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