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Senior Demand/ Supply Planner
A well established engineering firm is looking for an experienced Demand/Supply Planner.
As the Senior Planner, you will be responsible for demand and supply process, analysing, reviewing and presenting reports and summarising key points to Sales and Supply chain teams.
This is a 12 month fixed term opportunity with a strong permanent possibilities for an S&OP Analyst to join our clients team in their Cannock office. This is a hybrid role to work 1-2 days per week in the office and 3-4 days from home. Within the role of S&OP Analyst, you will work alongside internal teams to analyse, review & highlight any deviations in Demand and Supply data so you'll need to have a keen eye for numbers and excel spreadsheets!
Skills and Experience.
Demand Planning Expertise
- Develop effective forecast models based on industry trends and demand patterns.
- Support management with risk assessments and mitigation activities.
- Successfully communicate forecast and inventory estimations to management.
- Monitor and report on important changes in sales forecasts, budgets, and business strategies.
- Address demand-related issues in a timely and effective manner
Supply Planning Experience
- Creating inventory reports and presenting suggestions to the S&OP manager.
- Ensuring the business has a steady flow of stock without overcapitalising on materials.
- Suggesting changes to inventory stock levels to meet increased or reduced demand
Salary is up to 37k pounds per annum