Blink was the result of one of the most successful crowdfunding campaigns ever and is now part of Amazon Devices, the consumer electronics division that brings you the Kindle, Fire Tablets, Fire TV, and Echos. We build the wireless, battery-operated home security cameras that send motion-activated alerts and HD video to a smartphone for an amazingly affordable price.
Help us create supply chain planning procurement capabilities that ensure our customers get what they want when they want it. As our product segment is in its infancy, everyone is required to be entrepreneurial, wear many hats, and work in a highly collaborative environment that is more ‘startup’ than ‘big company’. At the same time, your strategy needs to support the complexity, scale, and expectations that come with Amazon’s high standards in this function.
What will you help us create?
The Senior Materials Program Manager (MPM) is responsible for the management and delivery of the product financial health for groundbreaking, highly integrated consumer electronics products. This person has a business orientation and works with the local and remote operations, engineering, and finance teams driving development, implementation, and management of the product build plan. The MPM is the business voice responsible for capturing, documenting, and communicating financial exposures and outlay as they relate to the product. They are involved throughout all stages of the product family's lifecycle to ensure Blink achieves all financial and delivery targets through end-of-life. They will support weekly executive product line reviews outlining manufacturing performance against budget, target, and actual cost.
· Bachelor’s degree in a technical or supply chain discipline
· 7+ years experience evaluating and qualifying new suppliers based on technical merit and value contribution
· 7+ years experience in a procurement organization in a consumer market segment company with annual spend of $10+ million for product materials
· 7+ years experience in procurement practices working with engineering, supply chain, and Tier 1 OEM partners
· 7+ years managing purchase price variance claims resulting from engineering changes, component obsolescence, or forecast variance
· 7+ years experience driving the supply chain and operations teams to provide detailed cost reduction results
· 3+ years experience in program management
· Master’s degree in Business Administration, Supply Chain/Operations or Engineering
· Working knowledge of electronic technologies, products, and tools
· Excellent analytical and communication skills
· Ability to prioritize tasks and maximize internal resources
· Experience leading and defining materials requirements and driving these across diverse organizations
· Experience with LEAN manufacturing
· Experience successfully leading high-visibility, high-stakes, cross-functional projects
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