Collaborates with assigned team and across department interfacing with suppliers and other functional organizations with routine frequency anticipating and effectively responding to the needs of the customer. Leads project teams.
Manages production loads to enable optimum production levels. Advanced knowledge of plant and supplier product and capacity constraints. Leads, influences, negotiates and collaborates with manufacturing partners to ensure sufficient capacity to meet customer demands. Advanced strong internal and external networks. Leverages increased knowledge of Steelcase and industry business operations applying principles, theories and concepts relevant to the position. Uses judgement, leadership and knowledge to recommend the best solution. Has mastery knowledge of the Central Scheduling operation and its impact on supportive business functions both internally and externally. Using Lean Office tools, gather, analyze and synthesize data and independently solve problems of advanced scope and complexity
Lead less defined projects and provides guidance to team members on resolution.
Certifications relevant to function (e.g., APICS, CPIM, Lean) preferred but not required
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