• New Product Development - Service Parts

    Location US-IL-Lisle
    Job ID
    # of Positions
    Internal Title
    Supply Chain Manager 3
    Position Type
    Regular Full Time Employee
    Supply Chain - SC
    Less Than 10%
    Relocation Offered
    ERP Eligibility
    Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus
  • Overview

    Navistar International Corporation is a leading North American truck manufacturer with great products, strong market positions and best-in-class distribution. For 175 years we have had a 100% commitment to doing what it takes to satisfy our customer, and our commitment today is as strong as ever. We are rededicated to strengthening our core businesses. Our recent investment and production launches position us for success. It all starts with a comprehensive approach and a team effort from our employees. So we’re looking for exceptionally talented and result-oriented individuals to join us and deliver on our promises to our customers, dealers, employees, and shareholders.


    We are currently seeking a New Product Development - Service Parts   to work closely with New Product Development activities to stock parts for new products starting day one they are on the road for our customers.  Working in a project-based environment, this role works closely with engineering regarding new product releases for both truck and engine groups to identify parts and quantity of those parts to stock at both our Parts Distribution Centers and Dealer Network from day one of the new product being introduced.  This is a very detail-oriented position working cross functionally with new product development teams, procurement, parts and customer service.  Once parts and quantity are identified, this role works with tier II and III suppliers for each part regarding price and delivery date for each Parts Distribution Center and International Dealer.  Internal systems used by this group include: CDMS (CONFIGURATION DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM), Pharos, TOLAS, PIQ (Parts Information Query) and OPPI (Online Production Parts Information), amongst others. 


    Position Purpose and Requirements

    This role will support one or more of the following functions: material and services sourcing, procurement, supplier management, production planning, transportation, inventory control, distribution, and process reengineering.


    Basic Requirements:

    • Bachelor's degree and at least 8 years of materials management or supply chain experience, including 2 years management experience


    • Master's degree and at least 6 years of materials management or supply chain experience, including 2 years management experience


    • At least 10 years of materials management or supply chain experience, including 2 years management experience


    Additional Requirements


    Qualified candidates, excluding current Navistar employees, must be legally authorized on an unrestricted basis (US Citizen, Legal Permanent Resident, Refugee or Asylee) to be employed in the United States. Navistar does not anticipate providing employment related work sponsorship for this position (e.g., H-1B status). 


    Desired Skills:

    • New Product Release Project/Program Management experience
    • Familiarity with diesel truck, bus and engines highly desired
    • Experience working across multiple departments
    • New Product Project experience highly desired
    • Parts Serviceability experience
    • Strong communication and follow-up skills
    • Excel and MS Project (MUST be proficient)


    • Dealing with Ambiguity
    • Conflict Management
    • Perseverance
    • Problem Solving
    • Time Management

    Compliance/Marketing Requirements

    Visit us at www.Navistar.com to discover more about our organization


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    Navistar is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics.

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