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Topic 1D - SCM: Multi-Functional Career Fields Overview: Growing opportunities Range of functional expertise required Career areas and salaries Education options. Day 1: SCM: What Is It?. Regional work force needs driven by public and private sector influences DoD presence at WPAFB

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Day 1 scm what is it

Topic 1D - SCM: Multi-Functional Career Fields

Overview:

Growing opportunities

Range of functional expertise required

Career areas and salaries

Education options

Day 1: SCM: What Is It?


Opportunities regional needs

Regional work force needs driven by public and private sector influences

DoD presence at WPAFB

- Requires government employees and support contractors

- Specialized knowledge of all facets of DoD acquisition and logistics

"90 Minute Market" reach of Interstate 70/75 commerce corridor

- Requires industry specialists

- Expertise in all aspects of supply chain management

Opportunities/Regional Needs


I-70/I-75 90-MINUTE MARKET sector influences


Opportunities regional needs continued

Driven by DoD needs, Greater Dayton area has major concentration

- Over 6,000 professionals in various areas of SCM

- Both private and public sectors

Other public agencies, private businesses require SCM expertise

- Procurement, shipping, trucking, order fulfillment, warehousing

Ohio has nation’s sixth largest civilian workforce in these professions

- Responsible for procuring goods and services

- Assuring global delivery

DoD data indicate 50% of DoD civilian workforce eligible to retire

- Local market has critical need to train and retain acquisition/ SCM professionals

Regional economic development associated with I 70/75 commerce

- Drives growth in need for industry SCM specialists

Opportunities/Regional Needs(continued)


Career fields

Specialized area; growing in importance concentration

- Strategic challenges for businesses

- Consumer expectations, industry advancements, global competition

Varied duties may include:

- Acquisition of materials, services and equipment

- Planning and policymaking

- Product development and control

- Contract development and forecasting

- Production planning and scheduling

- Warehousing and distribution

Source: Burt, David N., Dobler, Donald W., and Starling, Stephen L., World Class Supply Management: The Key to Supply Chain Management, 7th Edition, McGraw-Hill, Boston, 2003.

Career Fields




Scm acquisition skills needed

Source: www/ism.ws/career center concentration

SCM/Acquisition Skills Needed


Scm acquisition competencies ode
SCM/Acquisition concentrationCompetencies (ODE)


Scm acquisition competencies ode1
SCM/Acquisition concentrationCompetencies (ODE)

  • DoD Special Emphasis:

  • 1. Professional Development/Networking

    • Benefits of working for DoD

  • 3. SCM Basics

    • DoD Acquisition and Logistics Mission

  • 8. SCM

    • Role of Acquisition Logistics Professional in DoD

    • Sustainment Logistics and Impact on Acquisition Logistics

  • 10. Purchasing/Contracting

    • DoD Purchasing/Contracting Policies and Procedures

  • 15. SC Planning and Management

    • Financial Considerations in DoD Acquisition


Dod logistics competencies
DoD Logistics Competencies concentration

  • Three Types of Competencies:

  • Workforce Category Technical Competencies

    • Supply Management

    • Deployment/Distribution/Transportation

    • Maintenance Support

    • Life Cycle Logistics

  • Fundamental Competencies

    • Public Service Motivation

    • Continual Learning

    • Oral Communication

    • Written Communication

    • Integrity/Honesty

    • Interpersonal

  • Leadership & Management Competencies

    • Building Coalitions

    • Business Acumen

    • Results Driven

    • Leading people

    • Leading Change

    • Enterprise-wide Perspective


Dod logistics technical competencies
DoD Logistics concentrationTechnical Competencies

  • Workforce Category Technical Competencies

    • Supply Management

      • Forecasting and Demand Planning

      • Supply Planning

      • Sourcing

      • Inventory Management

    • Deployment/Distribution/Transportation

      • Deployment Planning

      • Physical Distribution/Transportation Operations

    • Maintenance Support

      • Maintenance Operations

      • Production and Support

    • Life Cycle Logistics

      • Logistics Design Influence

      • Integrated Logistics Support Planning

      • Product Support and Sustainment

      • Configuration Management

      • Reliability and Maintainability Analysis

      • Technical/Product Data Management

      • Supportability Analysis


Salary information private sector

Acquisition/SCM Professionals concentration

Average Salary

2006200934%

$ 78,470 $ 98,200 $100,000 or >

Average SalaryExperience

20062009

$ 65,389 $ 75,917 1- 5 years

$ 67,996 $ 83,561 6 - 10 years

$ 77,187 $102,119 11 - 20 years

$ 95,900 $106,937 21 + years

Plus very attractive benefits packages, including health and life insurance, education and training, leave, retirement savings plans

Source: Institute for Supply Management Salary Survey, Jan/Feb 2006 and May 2010

Salary Information - Private Sector


Salary information dod

DoD Acquisition/SCM Positions concentration

GS/GM Step 1 Step 3 Step 10

200720102007201020072010

Entry Level 04 $ 26,170 $ 28,500 $ 27,914 $ 30,399 $ 34,017 $ 37,047

05 $ 29,279 $ 31.886 $ 31,231 $ 34,011 $ 38,062 $ 41,448

Progression 07 $ 36,269 $ 39,497 $ 38,687 $ 42,131 $ 47,150 $ 51,350

09 $ 44,364 $ 48,313 $ 47,321 $ 51,533 $ 57,672 $ 62.802

11 $ 53,677 $ 58,454 $ 57,256 $ 62,350 $ 69,782 $ 75.987

12 $ 64,335 $ 70,062 $ 68,625 $ 74,733 $ 83,639 $ 91,080

Management/

Professional 13 $ 76,505 $ 83,314 $ 81,606 $ 88,868 $ 99,459 $108,307

14 $ 90,405 $ 98,452 $ 96,431 $105,015 $117,524 $127,985

15 $106,343 $115,808 $113,432 $123,528 $138,245 $150,551

Plus very attractive benefits packages, including health and life insurance, education and training, leave, retirement savings plans

Source: www.fedjobs.com/pay/payGeneral Schedule Base Pay + Locality

Salary Information - DoD


Scm acquisition salary influenced by education

In general, salary levels increase with concentrationeducational level

20062009

Bachelor’s degree

Average - $ 79,368 $ 94,213

Master’s degree

Average -$ 99,373 $119,387

Doctorate degree

Average - __ $184,273

All degree holders

Technical Fields Average - $ 93,977 $112,503

Supply Chain Mgt Average - __ $ 96,218

Other Business Average - __ $101,927

Liberal Arts Average - __ $ 99,920

Source: Institute for Supply Management Salary Survey, Jan/Feb 2006 and May 2010

SCM/Acquisition Salary Influenced by Education


Scm acquisition salary influenced by certifications

Higher Average Salaries with concentrationProfessional Certifications

20062009

With one or more professional certifications

$ 80,758 vs. $ 76,411 $ 98,701 vs. $ 96,792

With Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM) certification

__ $106,249 vs. $ 97,582

With Certified Purchasing Manager (CPM) certification

$ 83,172 vs. $ 75,337 $ 99,314 vs. $ 97,286

Source: Institute for Supply Management Salary Survey, Jan/Feb 2006 and May 2010

SCM/Acquisition Salary Influenced by Certifications


Scm acquisition salary influenced by location
SCM/Acquisition Salary concentrationInfluenced by Location

Average salaries vary by location

Source: Institute for Supply Management Salary Survey, Jan/Feb 2006 and May 2010


Scm acquisition professions education options

Source: www/ism.ws/career center concentration

SCM/Acquisition Professions - Education Options


Careers in scm acquisition

SCM/Acquisition is a concentrationcritical discipline, important for business success

Valuable career opportunities in SCM/Acquisition

Increasing demand in both private and public sectors

Opportunities for continuing career advancement

Wide variety of associated functional specialty skills areas

Attractive salaries and benefits

Numerous educational options available

Careers in SCM/Acquisition


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