Supply Chain Planner

  • Contract
  • Dublin

Website Ref:TPM04301

Summary:
A Supply Chain Planner is needed for our client, a global bio pharmaceutical company based in West Dublin. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing the supply planning for our client’s commercial and clinical products on a global scale.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage Supply Chain administrative duties.
  • Support in the Planning and Schedule generation for Drug Product and Finished Product production.
  • Generate and communicate KPI, and Planning reports to Operations teams.
  • The successful applicant will have the potential to grow into a full time Planning Specialist position.
  • Key point of contact in product execution planning between supply planning team and manufacturing sites.
  • Lead and support process improvement initiatives within supply planning team for improved decision making.
  • Lead in KPI generation for the planning team inclusive of Schedule Adherence tracking, consumption analysis & manufacturing performance.
  • Support Planning team in all administrative duties.
  • Support team in scenario planning analysis.
  • Work closely with Demand planning team to understand sales forecasts, both performance against plan and anticipated changes, insuring inventory levels and production schedules can support market requirements.
  • Monitors compliance and support team to achieve compliance targets.
  • Ensures data accuracy in all aspects of planning, as well as in the global planning ERP system.
  • Ensuring compliance to Standard Operating Procedures and Good Distribution Practices.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Third Level Degree qualification in a relevant discipline is desired.
  • Advanced level in MS Excel and intermediate level in other MS applications essential.
  • Advanced analytical skills and high attention to detail essential.
  • Knowledge of planning processes and distribution planning principles.
  • Ability to cope with fast-paced and dynamic business environment.
  • Excellent Communication skills.

To apply for this job email your details to orla.daly@tandempm.ie.