Alternative Job Titles
Industrial Engineer, Logistics Engineer I, Manufacturing Engineer, Logistic Engineer/Distribution Analyst
A Supply Chain Engineer is responsible for overseeing and managing company’s overall supply chain and logistics strategy and operations in order to maximize the process efficiency and productivity. A Supply Chain Engineer plays a crucial role in developing and maintaining good relationships with vendors and distributors. A Supply Chain Engineer plans and implements the overall supply chain strategy by collaborating with Sales, Operations, and Customer Service teams, identifies process bottlenecks, implements solutions in a timely manner, suggests solutions for process improvements, works with finance, sales, and manufacturing team to determine best vendors and distributors, and builds and maintains good relationships with vendors. A Supply Chain Engineer determines key supply chain KPIs and documents step-by-step procedures for the supply planning process.
Required Skills & Abilities
Typical Salary$67,000 - $107,000
- Bachelor's degree required
- Major coursework in Computer Science, Data Analytics, Engineering (Industrial, Electrical, Systems, or Mechanical), Logistics/Supply Chain Management, Operations Research, Statistics, or related field