Bosch Transportation Planner in Anderson, South Carolina
Our strategic objective is to create connected solutions, improving the quality of life worldwide.
What’s important to us?
Make Your Mark: Give your job a meaning, with solutions “Invented for Life”
Shape Tomorrow’s World: The future offers many opportunities. Be the first to take advantage of them.
Find Your Place: You know how you can work best. We offer the conditions you need.
Balance Your Life: Make your job match your lifestyle. We provide you with individual support.
Walk The Talk: Where you are – our team spirit is with you.
Discover New Directions: You way might change – we will stay by your side.
Be Yourself: Your diversity makes us special. Enrich us with your own unique personality.
Pay It Forward: We love our business and our environment. Let’s save them both for future generations.
Welcome to a place where your ideas lead to something big.
Welcome to Bosch.
Responsible Plant Onsite strategic & operational Transportation Planning to meet Plant, Logistic Engineering & TMC Performance Targets. Will play a key role in achieving company objectives and contribute to identifying, analyzing and developing value-added supply chain solutions.
Main Responsibilities to include:
Data & system management
Training and development
Stakeholder approval process (supplier)
Supply chain coordination
Keeping contact with plants
Manage plant meetings
Represent plant interests within TMC
Fine tuning of network
Keeping contact with BU
Reporting / KPI’s
Stakeholder approval process (plant, supplier, carrier)
Participate in requirements and design workshops
Define implementation scope (routes, LSP’s and suppliers)
Ensures suppliers are trained
Ensure Go-live dates are kept and managed successfully
Indefinite U.S. work authorized individuals only. Future sponsorship for work authorization is unavailable.
Bachelors (or Masters) degree in Supply Chain Management, Business Administration, or Engineering
Minimum of 1 year working in a logistics role or completion of a co-op program in a logistics role
Minimum of two years of experience with MS Office software suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
Must be self-motivated and willing to be flexible in work schedule and hours. Sometimes the job requires staying later or taking calls during off hours or weekends to assist with operational issues.
Must be authorized to work in the United States without Visa Sponsorship
Must be able to travel domestically and internationally (<10%)
At least 2 year’s work experience in transportation field
Must be able to work in teams and to lead small project groups
High attention to detail & data quality
Knowledge of Lean Six Sigma Concepts & Problem Solving tools (5 Whys, 5S, A3, ANOVA, PDCA, SIPOC, VSM)