CBRE Supply Chain Analytics Consultant in Atlanta, Georgia
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CBRE believes a core strategy to accelerate the growth of its thriving Industrial & Logistics (I&L) business is to offer its clients in this sector sophisticated supply chain consulting services. Towards that end, we are looking for a Supply Chain Analytics Consultant to support our team and help execute client engagements that result in both growing team revenues as well as substantial growth in the I&L business.
Who Are You?
You are an expert at getting the most out of Microsoft Excel, Access, Tableau and similar data tools and are proud of this fact. You enjoy working with large data sets and creating order out of seeming chaos. You want to work for a large, global company that is going places. But you are also excited by the prospect of working for a growing, entrepreneurial team within that company where your individual contributions can make a difference. You understand the business implications of Big Data and understand the concept of taking data and turning it into information, knowledge and insights.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
You report to a Manager on the SCA team who will your serve as your guide and coach in terms of career and professional development. This Manager, in collaboration with you and other team members, will direct your day-to-day activities.
You work on many different work efforts simultaneously, so having a clear understanding of priorities and deadlines is important.
Work with the client to understand definitions of various data fields, units of measure, data period time frame, geographies, business units, product groups and more. You develop a list of follow-up questions for the client that will bring additional clarity to the data.
You clean, organize, and analyze client data, using tools and techniques you have acquired over the years. You identify and segregate bad data; you manipulate the data so that it can be imported into other applications; you document your work and assumptions for future consideration.
You receive exposure and experience from your more senior teammates on the use of sophisticated network and transportation modeling tools. These tools execute on your input data sets and form the basis for the team’s supply chain analyses.
With the assistance of your teammates, you determine the optimal manner and tools in which to present your analytical results. You contribute to project deliverables through the summarization of your work efforts into project outputs.
You support the SCA leadership team in the development and refinement of team infrastructure as we look to continuously improve the practice. Elements of this infrastructure include:
Management and Reporting Templates
Project Tools and Templates
Education Materials for Internal and External Clients
Bachelor’s Degree (BA or BS) from a four-year college. An emphasis in math, computer science or engineering is preferred.
A minimum of two (2) years’ experience working within a data and analytics team.
Advanced skills in MS Excel/MS Access; experience working with formulas, large data tables, pivot tables, charts, queries, custom functions, data management and analysis
Experience in or knowledge of supply chain planning & design tools such as Lllamasoft Supply Chain Guru, JDA Supply Chain Strategist, and/or IBM LogicNet Plus, or similar supply chain modeling environments.
Familiarity with Tableau, Power BI, or other data visualization tools.
Familiarity with planning, forecasting, transportation, inventory management, and strategic sourcing.
Some programming skills a plus, especially in optimization software packages
A basic understanding of supply chain concepts and functions.
A demonstrated track record of accomplishment and growth in your current career.
Very strong skills working with large data sets using a variety of different tools for both analysis and presentation/visualization.
Passion for analytics, modeling, and extracting meaningful insights from complex data.
Experience working in a distributed team environment.
Self-motivated, self-starter, comfortable working with minimal supervision.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Master’s degree in Business, Supply Chain, Mathematics, Computer Science, Industrial Engineering or other related field.
A minimum of two (2) or more years of experience in using quantitative methods to analyze supply chain decisions.
Professional awards of achievement or recognition.
Demonstrated value creation and leadership qualities.
Location: Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; Dallas, TX; NY / NJ region or Southern California region.
Travel: Up to 10% domestic travel estimated.
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