The Solution Design Manager position will primarily focus on managing Client engagements and conducting analysis, modeling, research, solution development, presentation creation, and delivering Client value.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
Project Management of one or more Client engagements simultaneously.
Managing and collaborating internal and Client stakeholders during engagements.
Leading large and complex operations and distribution center design projects.
Development of Client deliverables and presentations.
Storing, gathering, and analyzing data using MS Excel and MS Access.
Being a subject matter expert in the definition of viable operations concepts based on volume, vertical market, distribution channel and Client business objectives.
Leading integrated design (or Detailed Design) efforts.
Managing project financials by means of creating budgets and timelines, and overseeing expenses and staffing.
Training others on problem solving approaches.
Writing and delivering high quality documentation and analysis.
Demonstrating specific technical expertise, e.g., Network Modeling, DC Design, Operations Implementation, etc.
Data modeling using Fortna’s proprietary & package tools for financial and operational modeling.
Supporting delivery of solutions including business process redesign, distribution center (DC) design, organizational design, etc.
Adhering to Fortna’s Operations Design methodology.
Cross team communication within the SCS teams and broader teams during project work to ensure alignment.
Fostering business case thinking within the project team and the ability to develop a business case.
Leading core team meetings and steering team updates.
Offering business point of view during project efforts and deliverables.
Developing and supporting internal business systems and processes.
Leading and supporting internal project teams in the development of tools templates and methodologies.
Writing and contributing to white papers.
Demonstrating leadership by providing vision, direction and guidance to Client teams, and by overseeing and delegating responsibilities to Associates.
Researching as requested.
Designing and leading focus groups.
Master’s degree in business, supply chain, operations, engineering or related field
CPIM or CSCP certification from Association for Operations Management (APICS)
PMP Certification from Project Management Institute (PMI
Supply Chain certification training, e.g., The Logistics Institute at Georgia Tech, IIE
|Job Type||Full Time|
|Contact||Kayla Curran, Corporate Recruiter|
|Country||United States of America|
|Supply Chain Management|