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Supply Systems Analyst

What does a supply systems analyst do?

Supply systems analysts monitor computer programs, software, and hardware to determine their efficiency in meeting established supply information requirements; and recommends changes in data flow, sources of input, report formats, and calculations to satisfy supply management information needs.

What do I need to get a supply systems analyst job?

The Supply Chain Management program (Associate of Applied Science) is designed for students interested in working for a federal, state, or local government agency. This program is customized to meet the critical workforce needs of these agencies.

What is the median salary for a supply systems analyst?

  • $40,971

Where can I go from here?

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1. Packer/Packager
2. Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand
3. Team Assembler
4. Helper
5. Shipping/Receiving Clerk
6. Maintenance Helper
7. Janitor/Cleaner
8. Order/Stock Clerk
9. Dispatcher
10. Inspector/Tester
11. Forklift Operator
12. First-Line Supervisor
13. Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerk
14. Machine Operator
15. Bus Driver (CDL B)
16. Light Truck Driver (CDL B)
17. Heavy/Tractor Trailer Driver (CDL A)
18. Maintenance Mechanic
19. Bus/Truck Mechanic
20. Industrial Engineer
21. General Operations Manager
22. Buyer/Purchasing Agent
23. Transportation/Logistics Manager
24. Supply Systems Analyst
25. Cargo Freight Agent
26. Maintenance Manager
27. Transportation/Logistics Supervisor
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