Fluence is the leading global energy storage technology and services company, created and backed by Siemens and AES, two industry powerhouses and pioneers in energy storage. Fluence unites the scale, experience, breadth, and financial backing of the two most experienced icons in energy storage.
Our mission is to create a more sustainable future by transforming the way we power our world. Energy storage is critical to this transformation, yet today the market is fragmented and customers face the challenge of finding a trusted technology partner amidst conflicting technical claims, inexperienced vendors and installers, and new market entrants with limited power sector knowledge.
Fluence brings the proven technology solutions and services that overcome the commercial and regulatory barriers that stand in the way of modernizing our energy networks. We are the partner that can deliver at a global scale with the most experienced and knowledgeable team in the world.
About Fluence: Fluence Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq: FLNC) is a global market leader in energy storage products and services, and optimization software for renewables and storage. With a presence in over 47 markets globally, Fluence provides an ecosystem of offerings to drive the clean energy transition, including modular, scalable energy storage products, comprehensive service offerings, and the Fluence IQ Platform, which delivers AI-enabled SaaS products for managing and optimizing renewables and storage from any provider. Fluence is transforming the way we power our world by helping customers create more resilient and sustainable electric grids.
OUR CULTURE AND VALUES
We are guided by our passion to transform the way we power our world. Achieving our goals requires creativity, diversity of ideas and backgrounds, and building trust to effect change and move with speed.
We are Leading
Fluence currently has thousands of MW of energy storage projects operated or awarded worldwide in addition to the thousands of MW of projects managed by our trading platform—and we are growing every day.
We are Responsible
Fluence is defined by its unwavering commitment to safety, quality, and integrity.
We are Agile
We achieve our goals and meet our customer’s needs by cultivating curiosity, adaptability, and self-reflection in our teams.
We are Fun
We value the diversity in thought and experience of our coworkers and customers. Through honest, forthcoming, and respectful communications we work to ensure that Fluence is an inclusive and welcoming environment for all.
A Process Owner plays a crucial role in designing, optimizing, and managing the supply chain processes within an organization. Their responsibilities can vary depending on the specific needs and goals of the company, but here are some common roles and responsibilities associated with this role:
Supply Chain Strategy Development:
Develop and refine the overall supply chain strategy aligned with the company's business objectives.
Identify opportunities for cost reduction and process improvement through increased efficiency.
Risk management - identify and assess supply chain risks, including geopolitical, environmental, and operational factors.
Sustainability and compliance - ensure supply chain operations align with sustainability goals and regulatory requirements.
Cost management - control and optimize supply chain costs, including transportation, warehousing, and inventory expenses. Implement cost-saving initiatives and negotiate favorable contracts. Develop eco-friendly practices and monitor compliance with relevant standards.
Supply Chain Design:
Design the end-to-end supply chain network, including sourcing, procurement, production, distribution, and logistics.
Optimize the supply chain to balance cost, service levels, and resilience.
Streamline supply chain processes to eliminate waste, reduce lead times, and enhance overall efficiency.
Implement best practices and lean principles to improve operations.
Evaluate, select, and implement supply chain management (SCM) software and technologies.
Integrate data analytics, automation, and digital tools to improve visibility and decision-making.
Carefully implement solutions with minimal business disruption.
Develop strategies to mitigate risks and ensure business continuity.
Supplier Relationship Management:
Establish and maintain strong relationships with suppliers and third-party partners.
Collaborate with suppliers to improve quality, lead times, and cost-effectiveness.
Define key performance indicators (KPIs) and metrics to evaluate the effectiveness of the supply chain.
Monitor and analyze performance data to identify areas for improvement.
Collaboration and Communication:
Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including procurement, production, sales, and finance.
Communicate supply chain strategies and updates to stakeholders at all levels of the organization.
Foster a culture of continuous improvement within the supply chain team and the broader organization.
Adapt to changing market conditions and emerging trends in supply chain management.
Lead supply chain improvement projects and initiatives, ensuring they are completed on time and within budget.
Assess and plan for capacity requirements in alignment with demand forecasts.
Ensure the supply chain can scale to meet changing business needs.
Organization Change Management:
Provide training and development opportunities for supply chain team members.
Stay updated on industry trends and best practices to bring innovation to the organization.
The role of a Global Process Owner is multifaceted and requires a deep understanding of supply chain principles, strong analytical and problem-solving skills, and the ability to adapt to a dynamic business environment. They play a critical role in helping organizations achieve operational excellence and maintain a competitive edge in the market.
Fluence IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and fully subscribes to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity to ensure that all applicants and employees are considered for hire, promotion, and job status without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital or familial status.