Manufacturing/Surveying

Demand Planning Manager

Full Time

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Nine Twenty are delighted to be recruiting a Demand Planning Manager to join a hugely successful FMCG business based in Glasgow on a full-time permanent basis.

What’s in it for you? 

A real opportunity for career growth 

Excellent salary + benefits

A chance to be part of a truly exciting industry

The Role:

Reporting to the Head of Operations, you will have responsibility for Demand Planning and forecast management along with leading the Customer Service,Demand Planning team.  You will have a track record of success and be able to work extremely well cross-functionally with colleagues across the business.  You will be expected to have a can-do attitude and be an ambassador of the business and their culture both internally and externally.

Key Responsibilities:

Lead & support the demand team

Managing and analysing all brands forecasts and plan demand accordingly

Managing demand for export orders

Implementing a planning strategy for both UK and export demand

Dealing with any enquiries regarding planning changes

Working closely with production and ancillary to ensure the efficient scheduling

Responsible for production line planning

Key player in S&OP meeting with both UK and International Sales / Marketing teams

Responsible for gathering finished stocks forecasts

Key contact for partner supply business, providing feedback on their production plan

Manage distribution activities as required ensuring processes adherence.

Implement processes for customer services and material management to ensure smooth running and an efficient time management allocation within the team versus tasks on hand

Maintain and manage customer service level agreements (SLAs) and liaise with all relevant teams to deliver the best possible service levels – establishing professional and productive relationships with third parties & ODC’s

Providing weekly report to leader

We are looking for someone who has the following experience:

Relevant experience in a Planning leadership role

Strong organisational skills to plan projects and meet deadlines

Able to communicate effectively (both verbal and written skills) across multiple levels internally

Possess a logistical and systematic approach to work

Be output and deadline focused

Conscientious and with strong attention to detail

Resilient and flexible in approach – able to adapt to changing circumstances

Educated to degree level or with equivalent, relevant experience.

Supply chain and/or Planning qualifications desirable

If you feel you have the necessary experience for this role, please apply or email (url removed)