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Supply Chain

Job Seekers United Kingdom Supply Chain & Procurement GDPR

Job Summary

  • Manchester
  • Contract
  • BBBH791441
  • Aug 26, 2021
  • Competitive
Job Description

Supply Chain Planners are responsible for a given portfolio produced within EAME and distributed globally ensuring customer on time delivery. Working with the in-market country and supply chain manage

Accountabilities:

  • Manage the overall supply/demand balance for the respective portfolio reviewing the sales forecast & net demands, creating balanced production plans for the 4-24 month horizon.
  • Proactively identify demand uncertainties and future supply constraints to develop options/scenarios, ensuring that future supply plans are optimised.
  • Provide operational coordination across the end to end supply chain to achieve the right balance between inventory and customer service levels.
  • Utilise financial metrics to optimise cash management when managing trade-offs between inventory, production, purchases and logistics decisions.
  • Actively contribute to and coordinate execution of supply chain activities in close cooperation with the supply chain teams.
  • Actively share knowledge formally through projects and networks of excellence.
  • Ensure effective application of processes and the use of SAP/APO and act as an operational consultant to drive sustainable continuous improvement

Skills & Experience:

  • Experience in a supply chain planning environment
  • Understanding of Supply Chain Planning processes and solid experience within a Supply Planning environment. BI, APO, SAP R3 within a manufacturing environment, gaining solid understanding for manufacturing processes.
  • Excellent communication skills across all stakeholder levels
  • Strong sense of urgency combined with good prioritisation skills
  • Ability to translate system figures and market insights into workable plans
  • The ability to understand and reconcile conflicting objectives
  • Team player
  • Capability to identify and own problems through to completion.
  • Dynamically stepping into challenges and driving continuous improvement.
  • Agile responsiveness, competency, flexibility, and quickness to manage uncertainty on a daily basis.

Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency and references to pay rates are indicative.

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Consultant Details

Consultant Details

Megan Barton
Megan Barton
  • Corporate Accounts Manager
  • +44 (0)1179 440 609
  • mbarton@morganmckinley.com