To manage the Supply Network of the assigned area of the business by replenishing each dispatch point to meet customer service objectives whilst maintaining optimal stock cover that also takes into account the distribution costs.
Effectively use all Supply Planning system functionality to enable an exception based management approach Can explain in detail the concept and practical working of following topics, as well as highlight main strengths, weaknesses and opportunities of their application in a particular context: - Business Planning Process - Supply Planning Best Practices and Process (including IMS) - Supply Planning Systems (e.g. SAP-APO, SNP, IMSP) - Inventory Management practices - General Inter-Market Supply best practicesCan describe the main aspects of following elements and detail the integration points with the Supply Planning: - Other Supply Chain Processes (Customer Service, Physical Logistics, Manufacturing, Purchasing) and related drivers (e.g. Lead times, inventory structure, distribution, key supply constraints) - Factory practices (incl. QA) and sequencing of production - Procurement practices and time fences (eg R&P) - Product portfolio (type of demand, seasonality, lifecycle status, shelf life) - Innovation/Renovation, New Product Launch and Promotions processes, incl. related Event Management - Cost Analysis / General Finance (Value Drivers) - Trade offs within the Supply ChainCan mention critical elements of following subjects and their relationship with their work: - Dynamic forecasting and other related Finance processes - Customers order patterns and product strategy - Impact of demand plan decisions on execution and other Supply Chain KPIs - Overall Business Environment, including IMS receiving Markets. Recommended to have studied the relevant modules of the : - Demand & Supply Planning eAcademy and - Accenture’s Supply Chain Academy
CSCP(Certified Supply Chain Professional)
CPIM (Certified Production Inventory Management)
Email your CV to Liz.Labuschagne@za.nestle.com
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