United States Steel Plant Inventory Manager I in Pennsylvania
11786BRJob Description:U. S. Steel is committed to fostering an inclusive workplace culture and celebrate the diversity of our employees.
United States Steel Corporation has an immediate opening for a Plant Inventory Manager at its enter location.
Coordinate all strategic warehouse and inventory decisions
Participate with Corporate team to standardize and consolidate all warehouse and inventory activities
Coordinate all plant efforts to reduce material inventory and recognize cost saving opportunities
Coordinate all vendor interactions for VMI activities and work to reduce overall material costs
Coordinate all plant related vendor KPI and VVP activities within warehouse and stocking activities
Coordinate and authorize all min/max adjustments to stocking inventories
Coordinate all required reporting and tracking activities
Monitor, track and coordinate efforts to reduce the total inventory carrying value
Interact with plant maintenance, maintenance planning, and operating personnel to reduce inventory, streamline material shipping and deliveries, and improve the overall maintenance reliability functions
Coordinate physical inventories and make the required adjustments to inventory stocking levels
Work with plant maintenance personnel to sell-off unused inventory
Investigate and implement warehouse and inventory procedures and state of the art tools and equipment to facilitate the processes
Work with the Headquarters Procurement group and the Plant Service Coordinator to facilitate material shipping and deliveries from outside vendors
Interact with the Plant Maintenance and Warehouse groups to institute a formalized material inspection program for goods received
Coordinate all regional/centralized warehouse facility activities and third party warehouse programs
Ability to establish and implement a vision for improved warehouse and inventory operations
Ability and willingness to interface with other USS warehouse and inventory management personnel to share best practices and learnings
Ability to communicate effectively to all levels (written, oral)
Thorough understanding of the procurement process
Leadership ability to interact and negotiate with 3rd party vendors on inventory solutions and implementing key warehouse and inventory strategies
Understanding of: • Warehouse management
Materials management Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) program
Mechanical and electrical maintenance equipment (preferred, but not necessarily required)
Interpersonal skills (internal and external customers)
Computer, PassPort, MS Office
Warehouse and inventory management experience required
Auto req ID:11786BRCompany:United States Steel CorporationPosting Title:PLANT INVENTORY MANAGER IState/Province:Pennsylvania Company Overview:
U. S. Steel is a leading steel producer founded in 1901. Today, we’re a greener company with an infinitely recyclable product, the world’s only LEED-certified steel mill, and an ambitious plan to reduce emissions. We make products that make everyday life possible - automotive, construction, appliance, energy, container, and packaging industries all benefit from our innovation.
We show pride in our communities with company-sponsored employee volunteer programs, corporate contributions, partnerships in support of education, scholarships for our next generation of leaders, and many other programs.
We are continually recognized for our commitment to our employees, most recently as a Most Loved Workplace (Newsweek 2021), a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality (Human Rights Campaign Foundation 2020 & 2021), and a Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion (Disability Equality Index 2021). It’s easy to see why U. S. Steel employees take Pride in Our Past as we Build the Future, United by Steel.
Conducting business with integrity and with the highest ethical values has underpinned U. S. Steel’s success for over 100 years, and it remains critical to our company’s success in the future. U. S. Steel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) according to job qualifications without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, genetics, sexual orientation, sex, gender identity, disability status or status as a protected Veteran or any other legally protected group status. (California residents may visit www.ussteel.com/CANotice regarding collection of personal information and U. S. Steel's privacy practices.)
At U. S. Steel all employees are expected to display the following core competencies every day to advance corporate, team and individual goals:
Think: Think Critically and Drive Change
Lead: Develop Talent and Collaborate
Do: Empower Performance and Deliver Results