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Mgr, Global Supply Chain Planning

Works effectively across the organization, acting as the liaison between the regional Delivery Teams and sourcing sites, driving alignment and compliance to the end-to-end Supply Chain Operating Strategy, as well as directing activities related to the supply plan within S&OP (ie. Step3/Supply Reviews) in order to achieve targeted customer service levels and planned working capital utilization objectives (Inventory and SLOB) Key accountabilities: Execute the end-to-end Service / Inventory work-process (including reporting and PDCA) across functions, business and sites Drive standard scorecard reviews ensuring the right gap analysis & action planning is in place to correct variances Ensure standards, operating procedures and policies between regional Delivery Teams and sourcing sites are updated and enforced Monitor we hold the right Safety stock levels using Statistical Safety Stock model Ensure agreed push-pull model is executed as designed Lead inventory glidepaths. Coordinate SLOB action plans Cross-organizational Service/Inventory projects (SKU/Cluster rationalization, MOQ guidelines) Requirements: BS Degree and minimum of 5 years' experience in FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) Supply Chain Planning at Senior Planner/Manager level. Strong leadership - able to engage up, down and across functions, and drive alignment to actions. Proven ability to analyze and consolidate large volumes of data, develop a fact-based point of view, and communicate it effectively and convincingly. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal with the confidence to present to senior management . Demonstrates a strong operational discipline. Keen attention to detail. Demonstrates a goal oriented, results driven work ethic. Ability to make decisions fast and effectively, remaining calm under pressure. SAP manufacturing knowledge or similar MPS/MRP system. Advanced MS Office including Project and Excel.
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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