American Transmission Company Supply Chain Analyst in Pewaukee, Wisconsin
Summary of Responsibilities:
Bring your positive energy to ATC! We’re looking for a supply chain analyst to administer, maintain, document, train and support Supply Chain processes, systems and users. You’ll also support and enable supply chain process capabilities and information for decision making, management, measurement, and control.
You’ll use your bachelor’s degree in business or IT to analyze Supply Chain process business requirements and, where appropriate, prepare functional specs (external system or detailed user requirements) for proposed changes or new modules/systems. You’ll also assist in the implementation of supply chain system upgrades, patches and new software from planning, testing, execution and training of supply chain and other departments, train users on implementation of best practices, individually, and in groups and design, develop, and implement user manuals and training programs for internal and external users. This is a great opportunity for effective communicators who enjoy working with PowerBI.
If you have at least 3-5 years’ experience working with integrated business applications and various ERP systems in a customer support role, join an organization that’s been named a Top Workplace for the last seven years!
Number of Openings Available:
Equal Opportunity Employer:
ATC is an equal opportunity employer that seeks to foster diverse teams of talented people working safely together. We respect and embrace diversity of all aspects and hire, train and promote employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, genetics, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We encourage women, minorities, veterans and individuals with a disability to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to any characteristic protected by law.
American Transmission Co. is a transmission-only electric utility that helps keep the lights on, businesses running and communities strong in Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota and Illinois. As owner and operator of more than 9,530 miles of transmission lines and 530 substations, we help meet the electric needs of more than 5 million people in our service area.