Supply Chain Analysts develop new tools and processes to support supply chain goals and objectives. They identify problems through analysis; create sustainable solutions; and influence key decision makers on supply chain strategies. Supply Chain Analysts support channel strategy, supply chain metrics, and inventory management strategy and execution.
Supply Chain Analysts’ interests tend to be: Investigative
"Intellectual, introspective, and inquisitive. They are curious, methodical, rational, analytical, and logical. They excel at tasks that are scholarly, scientific, technical, or medical. They are avid readers. They like to solve problems, perform experiments, and conduct research."
Supply Chain Analysts are skilled at reading and understanding information. They use logic and reasoning to understand and solve problems. Supply Chain Analysts are able to understand systems and processes and identify ways to make them work better to increase supply chain efficiency.
Supply Chain Analysts can be described as dependable and apply ethics and integrity to their work. They willingly take on new challenges and analyze information to logically address problems. Supply Chain Analysts are focused on details and thorough in their work.
Supply Chain Analysts most value independence and the ability to make decisions. They also appreciate opportunities to use their strengths and be recognized for their work.