Purchasing and Supply Planner

Position Type
Full-time permanent
Business Area / Division
Logistics
Location
Singapore
Job Advert Description

Main responsibilities

Supply Planning & Inventory Management

  • Develop and obtain approval for inventory targets based on market and business objectives
  • Communicate and cooperate with Supply Operations to ensure availability meets local demand (in scope: mature standard products, for products subject to introduction and end of life-cycle see separate bullets)
  • Keep excess Stock at a minimum; includes excess and obsolete inventory analysis followed by execution
  • Manage and execute the reshuffle potential, i.e. consolidation of inventories through re-shuffling actions within own Region or recommendations of such when potential is across Regions
  • Re-order to inventory; creating re-order proposals, validating results for reasonableness and re-ordering according to defined distribution models and in line with demand and forecasts available

Purchasing

  • Maintenance of a Supply Chain Matrix (ref. Auto Sourcing) in line with the optimal distribution model
  • Control and follow up suppliers in order to meet agreed and confirmed delivery dates; per purchase order and includes updating of purchase orders accordingly
  • Support Finance when needed on supplier invoice control, hereunder approval of and discrepancies attached to Supplier invoices
  • Monitor Supplier Performance and work with Strategic Procurement in their Supplier follow-up (includes production of supplier performance reports when requested)
  • Assist and support Strategic Procurement in the initial purchase of new products (includes configuration, palletizing, min order quantity, etc.
  • Participate, contribute and execute assigned actions – hereunder projected inventory levels - attached to the phase in of “new” products
  • Participate, contribute and execute assigned actions attached to the phase out of “old” products
  • Pro-actively monitor increase or decrease in demand of products and advise/verify with counter parts

Stewardship

  • Actively follow up standard KPI measurement reports and create agreed additional KPI reports and provide miscellaneous analytical support attached to inventory management
  • Actively participate in any structured and results-driven process to improve inventory efficiency over time
  • Create and maintenance all basic data attached to - and important for - order processing and re-ordering (service levels, preferred suppliers, lead-times and other inputs required)
  • Responsible to ensure that practices at all times comply with the regulatory approvals, permits and certification for all products and services within the defined quality, labour conditions, health, safety & environmental systems, procedures and business practices of the organisation
  • Any other responsibility put forward by Manager not covered by this job specification form (within reasonable limits)

Qualifications
Mandatory requirements

  • Bachelors’ degree or a professional certification from APICS or CIPS. Candidates with a diploma/technical college education with more than 5 years of experience are welcome to apply.
  • Minimum of 3 years’ relevant experience in Supply Chain planning
  • Demonstrate strong understanding of supply chain and/or logistics and distribution methods
  • Proven ability to manage different ways of working and managing complexity
  • Ability to influence without formal authority
  • Good interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to work as a team member.
  • Good written and oral skills in English.

Additional preferences

  • Proficiency in one of the following enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, such as SAP, Oracle Netsuite, Sage or IFS
  • Knowledge in managing Dangerous Goods (DG) logistics (IATA DGR and/or IMDG) would be highly desirable.
  • Knowledge in continuous improvement methodology and tools
  • Experience in data analytics or use of Business Intelligence (BI) tools, such as PowerBI, Qlik, Tableau
  • Experience in Survitec related markets and business sector
Closing Date
31/07/2018

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