Supply Chain Manager
Are you ready to be part of an incredible journey? My client - a global FMCG business - are looking for a Supply Chain Manager to lead their new products division. If you have strong end to end experience (covering planning, inventory, logistics and NPI) and are looking to build and develop processes in a very fast-moving, growth-heavy environment, please apply today!
My client is a global FMCG business, based in West London. They have recognisable products and an incredibly strong presence in the market. However, they have now set up a new division to launch different products, to take their business to the next level! They are looking for a Supply Chain Manager to spearhead this from an operational point of view. This is a unique opportunity to experience an SME-like start-up feel within a global business.
The Supply Chain Manager will head up the new products division, leading the operational processes and ensuring the highest service levels at the lowest cost.
Specifically, you will oversee planning - ensuring supply is in line with market demand - logistics - making sure all deliveries are met on time, in full - inventory management - balancing cashflow vs availability - and NPI - ensuring a smooth route of market for the new products.
You will be part of a small, entrepreneurial team working on a start-up division, but with the backing of a major multinational business. Are you the person to take their operation to the next level?
To be successful in this role, the Supply Chain Manager will need:
- End to end experience of FMCG Supply Chain, including planning (demand and supply), logistics management, inventory management, NPI and project experience
- The ability to work successfully in a high-pressure, change-heavy environment
- Strong analytical and numerical skills, coupled with fantastic communication and stakeholder management
The Supply Chain Manager will be based in the West London office, and earn between £50,000 and £60,000 (dependent on experience), plus an attractive benefits package.