Do you want to feel more inspired by your work? Want to feel part of something greater than yourself or your immediate Supply Chain management team? If so, we’ve got a mission worth getting on board with.
When you join Philips, you are joining an elite group with a worldwide reputation for developing highly innovative supply chain solutions and end-to-end process excellence that affect lives and communities globally. Responsible for all Non-Product Related (NPR) and Bill of Material (BOM) operations, together Philips Procurement and Supply Chain teams drive synergies and efficiencies across all of Philips business areas, delivering value through strategic sourcing E2E activities - from demand analysis to invoicing and payment.
Your Mission in Supply Chain Management
The best part of working in supply chain at Philips is that you’ll be amongst great people that are passionate about working together to achieve our mission of improving 3 billion lives a year by 2025. Our Supply Chain teams are comprised of like-minded managers and buyers who share a passion for using their technical skills to create value for new innovations that improve the world. For example, one of our supply chain teams rallied over night to ensure quality product supply to the victims of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan. But a passion for doing good isn’t all a supply chain career at Philips is about.
There is ‘doing great’ as well. Philips serves as a recognized international company benchmark for world-class group supply chain methodologies, with a number of tracked strategic process improvements in the areas of Commodity and Supplier Account Management that have proven to reduce cost levels while maintaining quality across the end-to-end value chain. Excellence is in our DNA and we are always looking for others who can add to it.
Types of Supply Chain Roles at PhilipsShow less
Types of Supply Chain Roles at Philips
- Logistics Innovation Engineer: moving new products from the design phase into small- and large-scale production environments.
- Supply Chain Manager: responsible for all supply chain & logistics department operations relating to a specific product line or business group.
- Supplier Account Manager: supporting Philips’ overall business goals by building and maintaining strong relationships with strategic and key preferred suppliers, including the management of total cost of ownership
- Supply Planner: proactive supply-demand matching in close collaboration with marketing and sales departments to ensure the achievement of KPI targets relating to delivery, ordering and inventory for a particular product line.