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Supply Chain Engineer

Supply chain engineers are responsible for identifying and evaluating potential leads on supply chain sources. They resolve challenges and issues in the chain and actively search for alternate suppliers. Employees typically work with teams for added efficiency.

A typical day in the life of a supply chain engineer might include:

  • Negotiating initial pricing on projects
  • Evaluating current supplies, as well as alternate options
  • Working with supply chains and finding weak points
  • Finding new suppliers that can replace slower or more expensive options.

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Recent Jobs Posted

Supply Chain Engineer II
TSI | Shoreview, MN 4 weeks ago

Supply Chain Engineer
Sunland Logistics Solutions | Simpsonville, SC 2 weeks ago

Supply Chain Engineer
HORIBA | Reno, NV 3 weeks ago

Supply Chain Engineer V
Ryder Logistics & Transportation | Columbus, OH 2 weeks ago

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Top Pay by Location

These cities have the highest paying median for Supply Chain Engineer
Austin, TX
$110,000
Chicago, IL
$98,000
Dallas, TX
$98,000
Cincinnati, OH
$93,000
Atlanta, GA
$91,000
Philadelphia, PA
$88,000
San Jose, CA
$85,000
Los Angeles, CA
$81,000
Salary information is calculated from job seeker profiles and job postings. Both hourly and yearly wages could be reported.

A typical day in the life of a supply chain engineer might include:

  • Negotiating initial pricing on projects
  • Evaluating current supplies, as well as alternate options
  • Working with supply chains and finding weak points
  • Finding new suppliers that can replace slower or more expensive options.