Cisco Component Supply Planner- Server Memory in San Jose, California

Component Supply Planner- Server Memory

  • Location: San Jose, California, US

  • Area of Interest Supply Chain

  • Job Type Professional

  • Technology Interest *None

  • Job Id 1228545

What You'll Do

Component planning and exception management for specific memory inbound materials (all buy items) to ensure continuity of supply to achieve Cisco’s revenue plans and support Customer dedications.

Fully understand the commodity landscape and partner with GSM to ensure supplier and commodity specific strategies exist to achieve Cisco business needs and requirements.

Focal point for all Flash, TCAM, SRAM

End-to-end supply planning (including co-planning with suppliers) for the related commodity.

Work cross-functionally with Supply Chain Operations (Regional Ops, GSM, Product Operations, GP&F, TnQ) and with extended partners (e.g. Finance), to drive the component collaborative planning and execution process.

Develop a component demand supply plan: supply-demand balancing; supply availability; allocation management; delivery performance; upside flexibility investments.

Resolve advanced component shortages through active communication with relevant suppliers & regional partners.

Manage/mitigate E&O through appropriate collaborative and analytical techniques.

Develop in partnership with Central GMO services an adequate analytics capability to orchestrate multiple streams of supply chain data to better understand supply continuity risks and make decisions.

Who You'll Work With

Internal Interfaces: Supply Chain SVP/VP for GMO, PO, GSM, GP&F; GMO Regional Leaders, GSM Sr. Commodity Team, & Finance.

External Interfaces: Supplier Supply Chain Team

Who You Are

Bachelor’s Degree in either Business, Supply Chain, Industrial Engineering, or Economics plus 3-4 years of applicable experience.

Key experiences and / or attributes that make someone successful and effective in this role include: Manufacturing Operations, Planning, Strategy Development and Execution, Supplier relationship management experience, Program Management, New Product Introduction, Exceptional Communications & Influence skills

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