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Materials Data Cleansing Analyst

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We are looking for a Materials Data Cleansing Analyst with our Footwear Sports client. The nature of the work is focused on research and development of products from conception to retail to meet the needs of accounts and consumers. Coordinate maintenance of information in the Materials database by establishing protocols, setting priorities and taking action to insure accuracy, consistency and completeness of information. Create and maintain the Global Material Gatekeeping Calendar to balance material item commercialization goals with database maintenance needs. Execute the phase-out of materials to meet legal regulations and initiatives. Help manage stewardship of proprietary material technologies by educating regional MSA's on performance parameters set by Materials Researchers, Materials Integrity Manager and Global Lab Managers. Act as the Global Material Approval Gatekeeper (MAG) and USAO Material System Administrator (MSA) for care and content item approvals to insure compliance to global regulations. Manage updates of care and content translations in the Global Labeling Database. Manage performance specifications and test routines in Lab Test application to insure that data can be recorded accurately and in such a way as to allow comparison among vendors and across fabric types and communicate specification changes to global Home Office Product Creation and Liaison Office teams. Design, publish and generate reports to support the global material information needs of the regional Material Specialists and Global Apparel Labs.

Local candidates only please

Skills:
Inside Technical: May be required to perform a wide variety of physical tasks which are generally basic, repetitive, and routine in nature. May be required to sit or stand for long periods of time, in addition to being required to walk, stoop, kneel, crouch, push, or pull. May be frequently required to reach with hands and arms, and use hands to finger, handle, or feel small and medium sized components and exert force or lift up to 50 pounds. May be required to work with toxic or caustic chemicals, and be exposed to fumes and gases, airborne particles, and RF energy. May be called upon to perform physical and quality checks requiring sufficient visual acuity to identify quality flaws, distinguish colors on small components, or utilize microscopes. May be required to work with or near small mechanical parts or technical equipment/machinery so they may be subject to higher noise levels, vibration, and there may be a risk of electrical shock. Additional physical requirements for this job may be available from facility HR.

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