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Starbucks Coffee Company food supply chain field services manager, Food Supply Chain – Chicago, IL in Chicago, Illinois

Summary of Experience

  • Manufacturing leadership experience desired (5 years)

  • Experience operationalizing food safety and quality standards as they apply to operations (5 years)

  • Supply chain operations experience in multiple functional areas such as Planning, sourcing, Capital Engineering and Manufacturing. Experience in the Food or CPG industry preferred. (5 years)

  • Manufacturing P&L responsibility desired (2 years)

  • Experience commercializing multi-market/region, multi-channel product introductions (3 years)

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Ability to apply knowledge of multidisciplinary business principles and practices to achieve successful outcomes in cross-functional projects and activities

  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities, projects, and deadlines.

  • Experience developing, implementing, and sustaining processes.

  • Capable of holding Contract Food Manufacturers accountable for meeting production supply requirements while adhering to cost expectations.

  • Detail oriented with strong analytical and reconciliation abilities.

  • Strong understanding of manufacturing cost drivers, ability to analyze and infer data, and capable of interpreting contract language.

  • Excellent relationship management skills with both external and internal constituents.

  • Operates independently and leads activities with little directions.

  • Experience interpreting and implementing technical changes (ie process, equipment, etc.) in a manufacturing environment.

  • Ability to translate Starbucks requirements into Contract Food Manufacturer's terms and systems

  • Strong ability to influence internal and external partners to elevate performance against goals

  • Demonstrated ability to identify issues and develop comprehensive action plans for resolution -

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