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Supply Chain Planner / Co-Ordinator


A Supply Chain Planner / Co-Ordinator is required for my Gloucestershire based client, a global leader in the design and manufacture of electro-mechanical products for a range of industries.

The Supply Chain Planner /Co-Ordinator will be responsible for expediting all work orders for sub-assemblies and finished products with the aim of achieving required stock levels and on time delivery of sales orders.

Key Accountabilities and responsibilities of the Supply Chain Planner / Co-Ordinator:

Managing and updating the sales order book, caretaking the data inputted by other users and ensuring all lines are up to date and reflective of the current situation.
Chairing expediting meetings, ensuring the attendees deliver the required information and adding any new updates to the relevant files.
Progressing work orders relating to key sales orders or stock replenishment requirements. This will mean liaising with production and logistics teams to ensure the work orders are delivered in a timely fashion.
Working closely with other members of the planning team to ensure work orders flow smoothly through the production process.
Monitoring the PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) system, informing the assembly planners when they have actions to complete or quotes where they need to provide lead times.
Liaising with the various planners to obtain dates, as well as getting dates from the assembly teams.

Experience and Skills of the Supply Chain Planner / Co-Ordinator:

Previous experience working in a planning department within a manufacturing or warehouse environment.
Experience of progressing orders, using Excel and interacting with an ERP system.
Organised with excellent time management skills able to prioritise challenging workloads across tight deadlines in a dynamic environment.
Have a proactive approach to problem solving whilst maintaining a results orientated approach.
Good all round communication skills who is self-starting whilst enjoying being part of a team.


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