Supply Chain Analyst

Job location:
Roswell, Georgia, USA
Created moment:
May 20, 2024
Job reference:
REQ - 08267

The Company

The world’s leading supplier of mineral-based specialty solutions for industry with 14,000 employees, operations in more than 40 countries, and €4.3 billion in revenue in 2022.
Imerys delivers high-value-added, functional solutions to a great number of sectors, from processing industries to consumer goods. The Group draws on its understanding of applications, technological knowledge and expertise in material science to deliver solutions by beneficiating its mineral resources, synthetic minerals and formulations. Imerys’ solutions contribute essential properties to customers’ products and their performance, including heat resistance, hardness, conductivity, opacity, durability, purity, lightness, filtration, absorption and water repellency. Imerys is determined to develop responsibly, in particular by fostering the emergence of environmentally-friendly products and processes.
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The Position

Supply Chain Analyst

Job Summary

Job Summary

The Supply Chain Analyst is an integral part of the Supply Chain team.  They will be responsible for identifying areas of optimization, driving those ideas to conclusion and developing metrics to ensure sustainability.  In addition, they will support new logistics rate bids and other ad hoc analyses as required.  Finally, this role will interact with all areas of the business - Sales, Logistics, Customer Service, Business Planning and Finance and regularly make presentations to the Director and VP levels.  

Job Responsibilities

  • Develop unique views of data that identify areas of improvement in the supply chain.  This can involve creating visualizations, developing  KPI’s, and reporting cost savings and margin impacts.   

  • Provide analytical support for Logistics RFPs and other key initiatives

  • Work with cross functional team members to propose strategy recommendations and corrective actions

  • Run linear program models to identify optimal asset utilization

  • Develop KPIs and dashboards to ensure business improvements are maintained and to highlight performance against key metrics.

  • Develop reporting and analysis to help supply chain manage by exception


  • Lead analytics and reporting for generating actionable business insights 

  • Create KPIs for tracking supply chain performance metrics.

  • Quantify the financial opportunities for initiatives.

  • Develop tools and reports to enable visibility for initiative opportunities.

  • Extract and analyze data from ERPs (SAP, AX, SAGE, etc.).

  • Calculate and report realized savings for initiatives.

  • Create practical and repeatable processes for reporting and tracking initiative updates.

  • Apply best practices for the communication of information through the use of visual tools. 

Skills and Attributes Requirements

  • Ability to transform data into business information, insights, and recommendations

  • Communicating and presenting to varying leadership levels at the appropriate level of detail

  • Data validation and modeling experience

  • Aptitude for creating repeatable processes and driving process improvement

  • Strong initiative with ability to work with the appropriate level of supervision 

  • Alteryx and SAP a plus

    Education/Experience Requirements

    •  Analyst with 3+ years’ of experience. 

    • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Analytics,  Data Science, Supply Chain,  Finance, or related fields.  

    • Experience in a manufacturing environment a plus

    • Experience working in a multicultural fast-paced  environment 

    Position Type

    Full time



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    IMERYS is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer and it is our policy to not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state or local laws.