Finance and Economics IT Management & Business Others Supply Chain and Procurement
1 - 2 Years
Supply Chain Process Analyst & Automation Developer
Are you the Supply Chain Analyst that can drive the Supplier Network Management department to entirely new levels of Operational Excellence through Automation? Does building process mining and automation solutions that will change the way we operate in the future excite you?
To realize our 2023 SNM vision, we need to set ourselves up for success to navigate the upcoming ramp, while managing the growing supply chain complexity in a smarter way. Last year, we kicked off our lean journey with the goal to simplify and standardize the way we operate. Time has come for structural changes to make us future proof.
Our Process Improvement team is a dedicated team with the sole mission to enable SNM to make a more powerful impact in their roles and within our supply chain. This team is tasked to simplify, integrate and automate SNM processes within our E2E Supply Chain.
Documenting and simplifying our way of working in standards to allow us to scale efficiently
Setting up robust processes that can be executed in SAP without workarounds
Automating activities and applying business intelligence to operate more proactively
Re-establishing roles and responsibilities within Operations (and our E2E supply chain)
As part of this Process Improvement team, you will be responsible for automating the operational processes within our SNM department. You will be the catalyst of change and the driving force that identifies and quantifies required process changes, in collaboration with the Process Improvement Team and Internal Stakeholders, that will lead to automation initiatives and process improvements helping us achieve new levels of Operational Excellence.
You will drive our data and process mining activities to support the identification of process gaps
You will be automating operational activities by creating software applications
You will be enabling implementation of robotics tooling into operational execution
You will be driving and implementing the operational changes throughout the organization by continuously collaborating with stakeholders
You will support the team to map and structure our SNM processes / activities
You will work in team and closely with internal customers to understand the current way of working
You will develop our roadmap for process mining & automation activities in alignment with stakeholders
You will establish working relationships with internal stakeholders, technology, subject matter experts, and any other relevant parties;
You will develop and/or adopt ways to measure the impact of process automation initiatives
Relevant Masters degree (e.g Industrial Engineering & Management Science, Business Administration, Supply chain or Engineering with IT background)
Proven experience in leading & managingimprovement projects autonomously is a must
Proven knowledge and experience in VBA programming isa must (Python, Java and or other languages are an advantage)
Proven experience in analyzing, improving andautomating business process steps is preferred
Excellent data analysis and problem-solving skills(incl. data crunching / process analysis / process mining)
Expert in Microsoft Office. Excel and PowerPoint is aminimum
At least 2 years relevant experience in Supply ChainManagement, Operations or Procurement
Familiarity with ERP systems, preferably SAP ECC, is astrong plus
Analytical nature with a can-do mentality and able toorganize and prioritize own workload
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Ambitious and persistent self-starter with ability to coordinate activities under minimal supervision
Commitment to excellence, drive for quality results, act under high pressure
Team player with a strong personality that is both flexible on some occasions and firm on others.
Excellent professional communication in English is a must
Ability to listen well and gain credibility with others
Pro-active and “can do” mentality, flexible and adaptive to change
Business sense, commercial attitude and customer-focus
Structured way of working, eye for detail, process oriented
Context of the position
Supplier Network Management (SNM), a department of Supply Chain Management (SCM), represents ASML’s logistics and quality interface to its supply base and is responsible for material availability for ASML’s factories. In today’s complex multi-tier supply chains, this is only possible by creating full transparency in the chains and flexibility at suppliers. SNM manages over 100 chains up to seven tiers deep, addressing potential bottlenecks and supply risks before they impact our customers. It must handle the increased complexity of ASML’s systems while reducing cost of ownership for customers. To do this, the SNM supply chain Quality and Logistics professionals work with suppliers to continuously reduce cycle time for components, modules and assemblies, increasing supply chain flexibility and customer value. SNM also monitors suppliers’ quality, flexibility, cycle time reductions, move rate compliance and on-time delivery reliability, driving supplier development in all areas to ensure ASML’s supply keeps pace with technological developments and can adapt to changing market conditions.
Supply Chain Management is an industry-leading supply-chain management organization, responsible for ensuring material availability to ASML’s factories and customers. Our DNA contains customer focus, concurrent engineering, virtual integration plus the ability to thrive in a volatile market, accelerate the supply chain and deliver creative solutions. SCM plans up to four years ahead while customer requirements and system bill of materials can change at any time. Any break in material availability can have an unacceptable impact for our customers. So SCM must proactively identify and solve potential issues by working closely with our technical departments and customers, and actively managing an extensive supplier base. With over 500 highly educated and motivated people, SNM has been awarded the best logistic company of the Netherlands award in 2013.