Sr. Manager, Supply Chain

DiaSorin Molecular LLC
Job Location
11331 Valley View
Cypress, CA 90630


As per local and Company requirements for DiaSorin Molecular LLC.  DiaSorin Molecular LLC offers a competitive compensation package includes Medical, Dental, Employer Life insurance, STD and LTD insurance, 6% match of 401k plan or Roth 401k plan with vesting schedule

Job Description


Demonstrated success within a manufacturing, planning, purchasing and logistics organization with a diverse team of employees

Driver of change. Past success in implementation and embedding of positive change

Design and deployment of Sales & Operations Planning, Demand Management, and MRPII


Technical Competencies

Knowledge of MRPII technique and ERP systems, preferably QAD, SAP, or related JD Edwards/Oracle; QAD Systems knowledge is highly preferred

MRPII item master/material master configuration of MRP procedure/type, lot size, scheduling, safety time/safety stock, and consumption strategies/modes

Strong expertise using MS Office suite, MS Excel advanced expertise a must



7+ years in manufacturing with a minimum of 3 to 5 years within the medical device or biotech industry, preferably in IVD reagent manufacturing, cell culture or molecular diagnostics

5+ years with Demand Management and MRPII, preferably including experience in analysis and configuration of optimal lot sizing procedures for shelf life sensitive product

How to Apply

DiaSorin US Job Recruitment Portal

About Our Organization

At DiaSorin Molecular, we maintain our industry reputation as a market leader committed to providing products that accommodate the laboratory’s needs through reliable products, quality manufacturing practices and flexible solutions.  Our product lines include the Simplexa™ molecular chemistries run on the Integrated Cycler. We strive to be the first company to provide diagnostic solutions for emerging infectious diseases, with past accomplishments including assays for West Nile Virus, SARS, and Influenza A H1N1 (2009).

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