SENIOR SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGER – FTSE100 FMCG MAJOR – CENTRAL LONDON – Â£65-90K PLUS ATTRACTIVE PACKAGE
This premium organisation is the most recognised online retail brand worldwide, attracting only the best talent in the industry. With a core focus on values that drive best in class strategy and experience for the customer, whilst improving efficiency of delivery. Team members continually develop new opportunities to improve the organisation and inspire innovation making it a highly enjoyable team to be a part of.
Senior Supply Chain Manager Responsibilities:
The senior supply chain manager will be the driving force that leads the supply chain team within consumables on complex and high profile supply chain projects taken on by this world leading organisation. Using your highly developed experience in demand planning, you will utilise these and pass on to the junior members of the team developing their potential and enabling delivery of world class strategy. As a result, the service delivered will only exceed client expectations but also provide extensive savings developing opportunities for repeat business.
Prior Career Experience:
* Demonstrate a deep and specialist knowledge of supply chain and demand planning, S&OP and inventory management
* Provide relevant and working market knowledge of retail, manufacturing and FMCG industries
* Have previous experience of working in a consultancy or highly client facing industry
* Outstanding academics with a minimum of a 2i from a top ranked university ideally in relevant subject i.e. engineering, economics mathematics etc
This is a great opportunity with a world class organisation, in order to take advantage of this please send through an up to date CV to
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Key words: Supply Chain Manager, S&OP, Demand Planning, Inventory Management, Supply Chain, Stakeholder, Strategic Sourcing, FMCG, Manufacturing, Retail, Consumables, Degree, SMED, DMAIC and Pan-Do-Check-Act cycles
Contact: Tom Mason