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Supply Chain data Analyst - Project

Salary £100.00 - £120.00 per day
Location Bedfordshire, Bedfordshire
Job Type Temp Jobs
Sector
Job Ref HQ00041252
Published 9 months ago

Job Description

Category: Supply Chain Jobs/ Analyst Jobs
Title: Supply Chain Data Analyst
Temp/ Contract Role
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Competitive Salary


We have an excellent opportunity for a Supply Chain Data Analyst to join a large global FMCG company with offices spanning the UK. This Job will see you working between Milton Keynes and Bedfordshire compiling reports and analysing data to help ensure all stock are managed, rotated and reconciled in a timely manner.

You'll be a key member of the team, mentoring some of the junior members whilst conducting other activities that fall into your remit.

Responsibilities within the Vacancy
> Produce OTIF reports on a weekly and monthly basis
> Produce stock graphs for the business nationwide
> Resolve any EDI Errors
> Liaise directly with suppliers to process any delivery orders that come direct
> Provide training and mentorship to junior members of the team
> Work with stakeholders within the ERP implementation team

Skills needed
> Advanced Excel skills Vlookup, Macros
> Experience with ERP and ERP implementation
> Project management Experience
> Strong analytical skill s
> Used to processing and organising large amounts of data

Are You....?
> A team player
> Great Communicator
> able to cope well in a pressurised environment

If you like the look of this role I'd like to speak to you, feel free to apply and we can get the ball rolling

Macildowie is a specialist recruitment consultancy with a rich history of enhancing the careers of professionals across the Midlands and the Northern Home Counties. We have an unrivalled understanding of the local market place and recruit for the majority of the regions premier employers. To search for all of our live jobs please visit us at www.macildowie.com.

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