Sarah Mac Mullan
about 2 months ago
A leading OEM is establishing a new global supply chain from their Irish based manufacturing facility . This established organisation has a wide range of products and business units and has recently gone through significant transformation and expansion within their global supply chain. The global supply chain that they are establishing from their Irish manufacturing facility has arisen due to customer demand for a new innovative product area . As a result they are looking to recruit an experienced supply chain professional to establish new global planning processes from their manufacturing facility.
- This role will report into a global supply chain director and be predominantly responsible for establishing end to end planning processes within the global supply chain across a wide range of products.
- There will be a focus on establishing best practice S&OP planning processes to ensure inventory levels are maintained at optimum level through the global manufacturing network.
- Another requirement of this position will be assist with the implementation of a new ERP system in the new global supply chain.
- This role will require the individual to have extensive technical experience of end to end planning processes with a high volume manufacturing environment.
Ideally degree qualified with 5-7 years planning experience with high volume manufacturing ideally OEM or electronics sector experience.
An advanced level of excel is an essential requirement.
Experience of an ERP or SAP implementation would be a distinct advantage.
Strong S&OP planning is required.
The Next Step for you:
Should this position be of interest to you please forward your CV to Sarah from Next Generation Recruitment at [email protected]nextgeneration.ie or alternatively call +353 1 66 29 120. All applications will be considered and responded to in full. Applications are in strict confidence.
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