Job Description

Supply Chain Planning Analyst - North Dublin

Ref No: AM18167

County Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Competitive salary

Supply Chain Planning Analyst - North Dublin.

In this capacity you will work as part of the site Procurement team, working with various functions such as Logistics, Engineering and Warehousing to advance the purchasing programs with an international supply base. Supporting the achievement of business requirements in terms of part delivery, inventory, logistics and total cost. We are looking for someone who can actively contribute to the management and development of the site Planning and Materials Supply systems in a progressive manner.

As a Supply Chain Planning Analyst you will:

Provide analysis and information to drive efficiency and effectiveness in supply chain processes with a Lean focus (i.e. Logistics transactions, storage optimisation, inventory turns optimisation, freight optimisation)
Forecast customer materials requirements in line with S&OP
Utilisation of Can Build analysis tools for forecasting impact of product demand changes.
Key contributor to cross-functional teams (Ops, Eng, Finance) working on business improvement projects.
Manage components availability in line with product life cycles.
Supply chain KPI development and reporting.
Provide support to the Procurement Team with new supplier onboarding ensuring optimal order coverage.
Analyse material processing methods from GI to consumption for efficiency improvement.

Interested applicants should have:

Working knowledge of Planning, Logistics & Procurement Tools, Processes, and Reporting Techniques.
Planning and analytical skills. High attention to detail and process orientated approach to work.
Numeracy skills with accurate data analysis and reporting. Ability to collate and analyse large amounts of data in a methodical and structured manner. Advanced Excel user
Project Management skills. The ability to implement process improvements at a Site and Planning/Procurement team level to completion.
Interpersonal, influencing and presentation skills. Ability to conduct and lead meetings effectively across various functions.
Ability to work on own initiative with problem-solving skills and decision-making ability.
SAP Planning and Purchasing experience desirable.

Requirements for this role: 

Bachelor’s degree in Business, Procurement, Logistics, Supply Chain Management, or a related discipline (QQI level 8).
Minimum of 3 years' relevant experience within a Planning, Logistics or Procurement function, preferably in a manufacturing environment
Experience of working with Material Planning & Control Systems covering BoM structures, Engineering Change Management, Master Production Scheduling, Planning Master Data Management, Schedule-based replenishment models, ‘Lean Supply’ methods and Logistics supply models
Must have an analytical mindset and the ability to continuously improve Systems, Processes, Methods, Reports and Metrics.


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