Head of ERP Product Management, Production Jobs in Saint Louis, MO at Bayer

Title: Head of ERP Product Management, Production

Company: Bayer

Location: Saint Louis, MO

Salary: $150K — $200K *

Category: Pharmaceuticals & Biotech

Job Description

Bayer US LLC is a global enterprise with core competencies in the Life Science fields of health care and agriculture. Its products and services are designed to benefit people and improve their quality of life. At Bayer US LLC you have the opportunity to be part of a culture where we value the passion of our employees to innovate and give them the power to change.

Head of ERP Product Management, Production

Head of ERP Product Management, Production for St. Louis, MO to define the strategy for the ERP production platform; analyze user requirements & direct the functional scope of the ERP platform; oversee the delivery of ERP solutions in a large-scale highly complex environment; define ERP release strategies & change implementation; align the ERP roadmap with other DT-IT platforms to ensure the seamless provision of end-to-end business process support; manage a team of product managers tasked with delivery of ERP solutions across consumer health, crop science & pharmaceutical divisions; influence SAP decisions for the future development of new SAP ERP products & applications. Requires Master’s in C.S., IT, Industrial Technology or closely-related field & 4 yrs experienceworking with ITIL & ITSM processes; utilizing metrics & analyzing data to identify trends and recommend continuous service improvements; supporting supply chain systems & applying supply chain concepts across multiple business units; performing project management for large-scale IT projects; working with SAP supply chain business functions, technical configurations & customizations, including Production Planning, Quality Management and Inventory Management; and communicating with technical stakeholders, business users & senior management.20% domestic & Int’l travel req’d.Mail resume to Jill Martin, Bayer U.S. LLC, 800 N. Lindbergh Blvd. E2NE, St. Louis, MO 63167.

Bayer US LLC offers a wide variety of competitive compensation and benefits programs. If you meet the requirements of this unique opportunity, and you have the “Passion to Innovate” and the “Power to Change”, we encourage you to apply now. To all recruitment agencies: Bayer US LLC does not accept unsolicited third party resumes.

Bayer US LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Veterans
Bayer US LLC is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodations in its application process for individuals with disabilities and encourages applicants with disabilities to request any needed accommodation(s) using the contact information below.Location:United States : Missouri : St. LouisDivision:Enabling FunctionsReference Code:428863Contact UsEmail:[email protected]

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Valid through: 8/19/2021


About Bayer

Bayer AG is a German multinational pharmaceutical and life sciences company and one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. Headquartered in Leverkusen, Bayer's areas of business include human and veterinary pharmaceuticals; consumer healthcare products; agricultural chemicals, seeds and biotechnology products. The company is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index. Werner Baumann has been CEO since 2016. Founded in Barmen in 1863 as a dyestuffs factory, Bayer's first and best-known product was aspirin. In 1898 Bayer trademarked the name heroin for the drug diacetylmorphine and marketed it as a cough suppressant and non-addictive substitute for morphine until 1910. Bayer also introduced phenobarbital; prontosil, the first widely used antibiotic and the subject of the 1939 Nobel Prize in Medicine; the antibiotic Cipro; and Yaz birth control pills. In 1925, Bayer was one of six chemical companies that merged to form IG Farben, the world's largest chemical and pharmaceutical company. The Allied Control Council seized IG Farben after World War II, because of its role in the Nazi war effort and involvement in the Holocaust, which included using slave labour from concentration camps and the purchase of humans for dangerous medical testing. It was split into its six constituent companies in 1951, then merged again into three: BASF, Bayer and Hoechst.