Supply Chain Program Manager

Supply Chain Program Managers partner with internal business owners and key stake holders to drive supply chain, procurement and operational value for the organization. This role generally operates at a strategic level to develop comprehensive category strategies incorporating regional and business specific requirements, global suppliers, innovative and comprehensive business requirements. The scope of the position covers equipment, safety, goods and services. Program Managers collaborate within the organization to help develop long-term strategic plans to maximize value for their firms which can include managing all aspects of the supply chain including executive supplier relationship management sourcing, logistics and lead-time reduction, forecasting and operational execution. Overall, Supply Chain Program Managers are responsible for effectively managing and solutions across the supply base for the category.


$109,430 in Washington,
$TBD in United States

Education & Training

Bachelor’s Degree


# TBD in Washington,
# TBD in United States


Examples of employers include Amazon, Microsoft, and Nordstrom.

College Programs

See the Supply Chain Program Manager section of our Education page.

Additional Information

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