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The Supply Chain department is currently going through a major business change programme. This will result in the Supply Chain department in a position where it will operate around the Supply Chain Management specialisms of: inventory management; demand management; supplier management; performance management and leadership.
This post will be needed to implement and subsequently manage the Demand & Performance and be the DM/PM specialist lead requiring experience of leadership and producing and establishing new processes. This means the post will act as an expert and the main point of contact for their specialism whilst supporting and being supported by the other SCM specialist leads.
As Supply Chain Manager your role will be to interact with strategic and operational managers to carry out the following activities:
Develop Demand and Supply plans and optimise inventory within the area of responsibility;
Lead on monitoring and validation of Supply plans against operational demand, supply constraints and changes to requirements;
Identify areas of poor performance and opportunities for improvement within own area of responsibility;
Contribute to operational Supply Chain Management (SCM) across Inventory Management, Supplier Management, Demand Management and Performance Management activities;
Provide insight and direction for Continuous Improvement (Cl) initiatives;
Be accountable for Materiel Accounting aspects of SCM including Pricing, Loan Management and GFE in own area of responsibility; and
Make purchasing/repair/disposal decisions in accordance with authorised level of financial delegation.
The Supply Chain Manager will typically be a general practitioner though in some cases may be in a specialist role such as Master Data Management, Loans Management or providing support to deep Subject Matter Expert in one or more SCM disciplines ; (Inventory Management, Supplier Management, Demand Management and/or Performance Management).
The successful candidate will have the following qualifications and experience:
Current knowledge and in-depth understanding of Supply Chain Management policy and processes
Specific knowledge acquired by obtaining a technical/professional qualification and/or post graduate qualification, as well as in depth relevant work experience that might be gained from up to 5 years
Typically a minimum of 5 years experience working in a delivery environment within a range of SCM disciplines.
Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) or Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CIL T) is desirable
Significant experience of working at an operational level in a large, highly complex organisation;
Experience of contributing to projects and a willingness and ability to identify and make recommendations for improvements to processes, tools and methodologies within their area of responsibility or elevating as necessary;
Please note current Security Clearance is essential for this role.
This will be a fixed term contract for initially a year. You will receive a basic salary and benefits including work flexibility, pension and healthcare.
To apply for this opportunity, please contact Anna Holtmon-Jones or apply via the link below.
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