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Role: Organisation Methods Analyst

Position Purpose:

We have an full time opportunity for an Organisational Methods Analyst to be based in our head office in Horningsea Park, Sydney.

The purpose of this role is to work cross-functionally and across the business to extract, integrate, and analyse data to create insights across different operations models. Demand Planning activities are acknowledged as one of the critical success factors for BI, ensuring adequate supply of product to customers while minimizing inventory investment. The role is pivotal to the demand planning and inventory management process and to coordinate timely and robust cross-functional inputs from sales and marketing and other sources to ensure optimized service levels and efficient inventory management.

Play an active role in the supply chain digital transformation journey

Principle Accountabilities:

Analytics

  • Data Management – identification, extraction, cleansing, formatting, and integrating of disparate data sources and analytics.
  • Undertake data analytics, using understanding of operational drivers and experience in process optimization, to provide expert advice whilst considering the current (and future) operations landscape and challenges
  • Identifying, developing, and setting the appropriate KPI’s (in agreement with the business) to measure objectives vs actual outcome à Establish internal dashboards/cockpit to track and report performance (Control Tower Model)

Demand Planning

  • Manage demand planning and inventory management process for locally, globally (Intercompany and Contract Manufacturing Organisations (CMOs)) sourced SKUs to ensure meeting set service level targets.
  • Timely and accurate creation of reports for distribution to stakeholders in Customer Service, Finance (cash flow), Marketing and Sales, Management, Market Access and Regulatory Affairs (Local DRA)

Optimise Inventory

  • Analyze stock levels to identify potential stock outs, obsolete and excessive inventory to be communicated through the S&OP process for resolution and mitigation of financial exposure.
  • Support the development of new processes and initiatives to drive continuous improvements in forecasting (eg. statistical forecasting models) and related processes influencing S&OP processes.
  • Establish and maintain forecast performance measurement, incl. financial reconciliation and evaluation from system and communicates within the stakeholder community to achieve improvement.

Role Requirements and Qualifications:

  • University degree Bachelor or equivalent
  • At least 5 years’ relevant experience in Demand Planning function and Supply Chain Analytics or Commercial functions.
  • Project management knowledge
  • Continuous improvement methods: Six Sigma, Agile, etc (desirable)
  • Effective communication skills to present & discuss forecasting information with product and business managers at all levels within the organisations.
  • Experienced analyst with experience in extracting and formatting data from different platforms
  • Quantitative analytics with a focus on continuous improvement, business process excellence, statistical modelling, forecasting and predictive analytics
  • Experience in Planning / Scheduling activities is required.
  • Launch and change implementation systems / workflows

Due to the volume of applications received, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

No recruitment agencies or third party applications.

Please send applications to recruitment@cea.net.au