Company description: Ingenico is the global leader in payments acceptance solutions. Our world-class terminals, solutions and services enable the global ecosystem in the new world of payments acceptance. We are the trusted technology partner to 1,000+ banks, acquirers, ISVs, payment aggregators and fintech customers and we deploy 40 million POS terminals around the world for retailers ranging from small merchants to some of the best-known global brands. As the world’s largest payment acceptance network, powered by 4,000 employees in more than 50 countries, we provide smart, trusted, and secure solutions with a local and international reach. Our solutions enable merchants to simplify payments, delivering speed, security, and flexibility to enhance greater customer engagement. With 45 years of experience, innovation is integral to Ingenico’s approach and culture, inspiring our large and diverse community of experts who anticipate and help shape the evolution of commerce worldwide. Our strengths in innovation are matched by the power and robustness of our platforms, the security of our solutions and the quality of our services. At Ingenico, trust and sustainability are at the heart of everything we do. Job description: Scope You are in charge of managing the supply of strategic components of Ingenico group products. The production of payment terminals and the supplier panel are mainly located in Asia with EMS (Electronic Manufacturing Suppliers). You anticipate the risks related to the supply of these parts by our EMS and coordinate actions to achieve the expected production levels while respecting the indicators (CKD) cost quality deadlines. Internally, you work in the Supply Chain team based in Suresnes and you work in close collaboration with the other departments (S&OP (sales and operations), Engineering, Purchasing, R&D….). Externally, you have relationships with our two EMS suppliers and component suppliers (tier 2). Responsibilities Follow the correct level of delivery and stocks on assigned technologies. Escalate with the EMS the actions with the suppliers to reach the expected production levels. Undertake a needs coverage calculation over a 12-month horizon before each S&OP meeting, based on the weekly capacity report and commercial forecasts (Identification of bottle necks, of the risks of undercapacity or overcapacity and commitment to action plans to adapt capacities to our needs) Be in charge of the weekly process of identification of "Critical Supplies" which is implemented on a short-term horizon (6/12 months). Maintain expected inventory levels by making adjustments to suppliers according to defined demand Profile description: Experience You have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from University or from a business school with a major in supply chain. You have between 3 to 5 years of experience in supply chain and ideally have industrial experience. Your level of French and English is fluent. Technical skills: Good knowledge of SAP Proficiency in Excel, Word, Power BI Other meaningful skills : Autonomous Rigorous Agile Pragmatic and responsive Strong communication skills Customer-oriented Education level: Master's Degree Work experience: 3-4 years Start contract date: 01-03-23 We offer: REASONS TO JOIN US ! You will work for a company that does everything possible to help you develop your potential and grow professionally (through personal development programs and training). You will have access to a wide range of benefits including profit sharing, vacation bonuses and other interesting benefits offered by the Works council.