The Logistics Analyst works with the Supply Chain Optimization team to support Oracle Transportation Management (OTM) data and processes.
The Analyst will be responsible for understanding key business processes and systems solutions supporting those processes;
development and maintenance of metrics supporting the SCO program management of data needed for program on-boarding and daily operations;
troubleshooting daily operational issues and responding appropriately.
The role of the Logistics OTM Analyst includes but is not limited to working with the Program teams to support the Supply Chain Optimization program by :
Developing reports, metrics, and other solutions needed to manage Supply Chain Optimization program.
Weekly Reporting on Carriers Metrics
Cost Reduction Database Projects
Global and European leakage reports all modes of transport
Accurately setting up and maintaining the master-data such as locations, carriers, rates, user accounts and system passwords requested by internal and external Emerson users within the required time frame
Manage the Program Operations Help Desk (scosupport emerson.com) and provide daily logistics support for European supplier and Emerson users
Interact frequently with system users both internal and external to Emerson to provide user support and problem resolution
Identify cost savings opportunities (route guide optimization, order consolidation, lead time compliance)
Responsible for running and improving reports on daily shipment activities
Bachelor’s degree in Business, Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technology or any related discipline
Understands basic concepts of supply chain, logistics, or transportation terminology and processes
Comfortable interacting with a staff across a globally diverse business
Ability to multi-task and work in multi-disciplinary teams
Strong problem-solving skills
Excellent interpersonal communication skills; comfortable working across multiple functional areas
Familiarity with transportation managements systems (TMS); electronic data interchange technologies (EDI, XML)
Supply chain; logistics; or transportation industry experience is highly desirable