Materials Supervisor

Iowa Mold Tooling Co., Inc.

Murfreesboro, TN

About Pierce, an Oshkosh company

At Pierce Manufacturing, we build trucks that protect people and communities around the world. To our team, there is no room for anything less than providing the absolute best. Since 1913, building truck bodies on Model T Ford chassis in an old converted church has evolved to creating highly customized, carefully designed and engineering pumpers, aerials, tankers and rescue units that have no equal. Today, you'll find more than 30,000 Pierce apparatuses on the road that are making a difference in people's lives, every day. To us, every step in the process of building our trucks is personal. From innovation and expertise, to the customization and service. Our trucks are designed to perform under the toughest conditions.


Responsible for creating, improving, and maintaining effective processes that assist in inventory control, inventory accuracy, metric measurement, and continuous improvement throughout the Materials department. Performs tasks that tie Materials functions together, but also critically analyzes results to drive process improvement.


- Raw Material Inventory Control

  • Manage the ongoing cycle count process, implement improvements
  • Reconcile count discrepancies through physical recounts and ERP investigation Manage critical parts shortages including daily reporting on content, effects, and countermeasures
  • Identify and disposition excess and obsolete inventory in conjunction with PFEP and Accounting groups
  • Material Review Board representative for Materials in non-compliant inventory disposition Leadership role during Physical Inventory including collaboration with internal and external auditors

- Whole Goods Inventory Control

  • Responsible for the Whole Goods inventory process, including chassis
  • Create and maintain processes and cross-functional discipline to relate physical location of chassis and whole goods to the location listed in JD Edwards
  • Create and maintain the transactional discipline for movement of chassis and whole goods

- Bill of Material

  • Through cycle count reporting and Monthly Highest Adjustment reviews, assist in determining information related to BOM and/or structure issues. Collaborate with various functions to assist in fixing errors.

- Planning

  • Responsible for Planning Bill creation, maintenance, and regeneration to drive MRP planning. Includes systematic and manual updates.
  • Partner with PFEP and GPSC groups in the setup of MRP planning parameters. Understand and correlate inventory reduction plans and strategies to planning parameters and be able to quantify the risks and rewards.

- Metrics

  • Manage existing metrics or create new metrics surrounding
  • - Cycle Count
  • Accuracy and Issues Pareto Inventory Level and Change
  • Convert reduction targets into action plans and execute
  • Analyze areas where performance does not meet expectations and implement solutions
  • Bachelor's degree or relevant experience
  • 4 plus years experience related experience
  • Must have materials management experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Experience in Lean Manufacturing principles, MRP based planning, Visual Replenishment planning, Inventory Control, Metric creation, tracking, countermeasures, Cycle Counts
  • ·BOM Review
  • Experience working in a Greenfield Environment

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