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Based on 759 responses, the job of Supply Chain Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.82 out of 5. On average, Supply Chain Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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August 2015
"Supply chain manager."
Supply Chain Manager:
Pros: There is a lot of freedom in terms of work from home potential.
Cons: Seems that salary may be a little low.
October 2015
"Balancing Inputs & Outputs."
Supply Chain Manager:
Pros: Im involved in B2B trading market, therefore purchasing and logistics have a large impact on company figures and requires fine tuning with board goals.
Cons: Dealing with short sighted vendors that doesnt know about building a long term and profitable relationship.
November 2015
Supply Chain Manager:
Pros: Dynamic international experience.
Cons: Coordination between departments not optimal.
January 2016
"Work Smart."
Supply Chain Manager:
Decisions must be backed with logical data analysis.
March 2016
"Practical experience."
Supply Chain Manager:
I suggest all ner SC Managers to have direct experience with operations, to work directly in warehouse to understand physical flows, inboung outbound and internal processes: Pareto law, picking, packing and so on. To work on projects, this helps to start to manage people and your attitudes to leadership.
June 2016
Supply Chain Manager:
Do it with realism in an entusiastic way.
October 2016
"Knowledge Sharing - Supply Chain."
Supply Chain Manager:
* Supply Chain Manager with Procurement base looking after After Market Customer Service for parts supply for off-road vehicles. * Implementing Auto triggering of parts for dealers across India to ensure on-time serviceability to customers. * Stress level will be moderate and people have a lot to learn from this.