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Interim Supply Chain Analyst - Berkshire

Interim Supply Chain Analyst - Berkshire

  • Location

    Berkshire, England

  • Sector:

    Supply Chain

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    £115 - £140 per day

  • Contact:

    Adam Dennison

  • Contact email:

    adam.dennison@1st-executive.com

  • Salary high:

    140

  • Salary low:

    115

  • Job ref:

    11663 - 1607_1531758033

  • Published:

    5 months ago

  • Duration:

    6 months

  • Expiry date:

    2018-08-15

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

  • Interim Supply Chain Analyst - £115-140p/d
  • Berkshire

A key client of 1st executive, a hugely successful and well-known Global500 FMCG company and industry leader, are looking for an Interim Supply Chain Analyst to join them. This is a 6-month contract, paying between £115-140p/d and based in Berkshire. An exciting opportunity for any professional within supply chain analysis with a strong background in this area and FMCG, looking to work for a global, diverse and fast-paced function, and a world-renowned brand.

Role:

  • 'Supply Chain Analyst'
  • Supply and stock analysis
  • Leading the phasing project development
  • Ensuring supplying the right SKU's and manalysing and monitoring inventory
  • Monitor customer level consumptions at Depot/Store)
  • Notifying the Account Managers when they need to switch to new codes
  • Managing and analysing the Code Set-up by Account
  • Ensuring samples of SKU's are available and sent out to customers
  • Generating consumption reports to flag any risks of out of stocks
  • Analyses Current/future shipments/Trade Inventory Levels for SKU's
  • Manage Sampling and shipment activity for SKU's for top 5 accounts
  • Request/collation of barcode samples

Required Skills:

  • 6 months Supply Chain/Customer Services experience
  • Strong Excel and MS Office experience
  • Strong analytical skills/experience as an Analyst
  • FMCG experience is desirable