As part of Global Supply Chain organization within Operations function, the Supply planner is working directly with the Demand & Supply Manager and is in close contact with all other departments (Sales & Marketing, Quality, Finance, Regulatory Affairs) and oversees managing a product portfolio and the entire upstream supply chain from purchase forecasts to replenishment to according to warehouses. The Supply Planner ensures excellent product availability and consequently custom.
Permanent review of supply plans against customer forecasts and orders
Consolidate supply plans from all suppliers managed for the portfolio and share the same with the customer service teams.
Organize regular Demand and Supply Reconciliation identifying short, mid, and long-term availability.
Manager stocks of portfolio managed.
Management of inbound logistics operations: shipments and receipts of components, semi-finished or finished products released or in quarantine.
Define the planning strategies at a “customer-sourcing unit-SKU” level based on forecasts and replenishment strategy for his/her portfolio (make-to-order vs make-to-forecast)
Be aware of all Supply agreements and conditions of portfolio.
Steering committees’ active participation with the suppliers to optimize supply chain strategies.
Review and update costs of goods changes with the Demand & Supply Manager
Fulfil defined KPIs and reports on weekly and/or monthly basis for performance management.
Involved in budget exercises through costs of goods reviews.
New products acquisition or launch projects.
Ensure all master data is in place to help in demand and supply planning activities.
To be successful in this role, you should demonstrate:
Supply Chain, Inventory and planning proven skills.
Pharmaceutical products environment (GMPs and GDPs)
SAP and other ERP
Microsoft Office solutions
Rigorous and results driven.
Analytical, communication, networking, and interpersonal skills
Innovative thought process and proposals
Master Degree in Supply Chain or a related field
Relevant experience in pharmaceuticals products environment
Minimum 4 years of business experience
- 25 annual leave days plus bank holidays and 3 annual company closure days (to be taken between Christmas and New year)
- Competitive Pension Scheme
- Private Medical Insurance
- Discretionary Bonus Plan
- Paid Maternity and Paternity Leave
- Academic Study Assistance
- Eyecare vouchers
- Employee Assistance Programme
Applications are encouraged from all sections of the community.