Global Supply Analyst – Battery



The Tesla Battery Raw Materials supply chain team is seeking a Global Supply Analyst (GSA) to support and accelerate the growth of direct material sourcing for Tesla’s in-house battery cell production. In this role, you will assist Tesla’s Global Supply Managers with all aspects of their responsibilities including developing and executing the commodity strategy within your assigned space, selecting suppliers, managing, developing key supplier relationships, as well as driving commercial cost reductions and supporting new product introductions from a supply chain perspective. As a Global Supply Analyst, you will build and leverage strong working relationships with cross-functional partners in engineering and work together with our suppliers to assure cost, quality and delivery targets are met to achieve maximum advantage for Tesla and our customers. This role will provide firsthand exposure to a broad set of disciplines and is an excellent vehicle for advancement within Tesla.


Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Chemistry, Materials Science, Business, Supply Chain, or Operations Management
Demonstrated, applied experience developing and managing a commodity including building cost models, leading contract negotiations and completing supplier resourcing projects a plus
Experience supporting the launch of new product introductions a plus
Superior analytical skills and the ability to use data and metrics to justify business decisions
Excellent communication skills with the ability to influence cross functional stakeholders
Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment to achieve business objectives
Open-minded self-starter with the ability to adapt, improvise and problem solve
Ability to work independently in an ambiguous environment
Meticulous, with a strong attention to detail
Strong organizational skills to manage multiple tasks and projects with various stakeholders
Passionate about Tesla’s mission to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy