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Supply Planner - Global Consumer Brand

Job Reference:
V/14560/MB
Date Posted:
12 March 2020
Location:
London
Salary:
£30,000 - £33,000
Sector:
Food, Drink, Retail
Job Function:
Operations/Production
Job Type:
Permanent

Job Description

Supply Planner – Global Consumer Brand

Up to £33,000 + 10% Bonus, Health and Dental Care

Who wants to spend their days in a business that just feels like it’s fighting to stay still?

The best businesses want people like you: ambitious, tenacious and fearless. In return they can challenge you. They can offer you big projects to work on, like a global S&OP roll out, for example. Not only that, they’ve got the experience to run them successfully and can show you how, too.

The pace this business works at is phenomenal, but people aren’t left behind.

They’ll support you throughout, helping you improve your skills in managing stock while assisting you in levelling up your customer service capability.

You’ll get international exposure in a truly global FMCG brand. The business is number 1 in their category (have been for years) but what keeps them there is the drive and efforts of their team. As a team, they have a common goal and work together to achieve it.

They have an incredibly strong brand. They’re not a classic, stuffy corporate business. They’re open to trying new things. It’s how they’ve got where they are today.

What we’re looking for:

  • Someone that can demonstrate a real willingness to learn and develop
  • At least 1-year supply planning experience – FMCG preferable but not essential
  • Deep knowledge and experience in SAP – ERP & APO DP/SNP
  • Process orientated
  • High level of analytical capability / Advanced excel skills
  • Great communicator who can build relationships across all levels of the business
  • Project management experience an advantage

If this sounds like you, please apply today.

Whilst we would like to respond to all our on-line applicants, regrettably we are unable to do so due to the high volumes we receive. If you’ve not heard from us within two weeks, unfortunately on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful.