A leading player in the pharmaceutical industry is looking for a supply chain professional to support a major project to optimise system settings within SAP across some of their global suppliers. The company, which is a very popular employer with an open, friendly and supportive culture, has won a variety of corporate and employee choice awards.
This is an excellent opportunity to play a key part in a Supply Chain cost saving and sustainability project, which will see you working at sites located across the globe. The project starts early 2018 so I am seeking someone who is geographically mobile, and who is available to start work between January and March 2018.
* detailed analysis to identify, and where necessary, initiate changes to the SAP system for inbound parameters, safety stock, and buying patterns
* work closely with material schedulers at each site, training them on the parameter extraction process and other system tools
* ensure that all change management and embedding activities are carried out during the delivery of the project
*engage and inspire the material scheduling community that you will be working closely with during each project
If you match the following criteria, apply now:
* supply planning experience in an FMCG or pharma environment
* extensive hands-on scheduling / production planning experience is critical
* exposure to project work would be beneficial
* in depth SAP knowledge
* geographically mobile
If you'd prefer to have a chat before applying, please get in touch with Sam Evans available on .
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