The primary purpose of the Supply Planning Manager role is to provide leadership to a Short-Term planning team and lead Short-Term supply planning processes for production planning, inventory deployment, SAP APO SNP ATP planning, new product launches, Supply Review input, exception management and network orbit execution.
Accountable for executing management routines for Short-Term Planning (1) to ensure roles, tools, and processes are standardized and that major change efforts are institutionalized, (2) ensuring that Short-Term Planning balances the demand requirements across the locations optimally (3) to ensure that optimized CCNA finished goods inventories are produced appropriately, (4) to lead the development and production planning communication with in the management routines, and (5) lead and develop a supply planning team of 10 associates.
Responsible for executing management routines:
(1) Leveraging standardized tools and processes.
(2) Ensuring that Short-Term Planning balances the demand requirements across the network optimally.
(3) Ensuring that finished goods are managed appropriately
(4) Supporting the development and implementation of all management routines to manage exceptions.
(5) Optimize inventory and improve service of the focused area.
(6) Support SAP system planning processes standardization and maintaining master data integrity.
• Responsible for delivering the Short-Term Supply Planning goals:
- Order Fill and Out of Stock
- Days of Supply
- Out of Matrix
- Breakage, Damage, & Loss
• Provide Strategic guidance to the Regional deployment planners.
• Represent Short-Term Planning within the business operating unit providing capacity Feedback, innovation support & continuity of supply resolution.
• Manage process measures to Execute best-in-class processes & tools for inventory management and exception management routines with SAP.
• Manage service agreements with both Product Supply and appropriate non-Product Supply groups
• Facilitate continuous improvement in the Supply Planning group.
• Ensure cross-functional management routines are initiated and functioning to support all Businesses & Manufacturing platforms
• Manage the implementation of improvements in finished goods exception management & resolution
• Support CCNA Supply Planning tool for short-term requirements (APO SNP & APO PP/DS) & inventory management / MRP software (SAP ECC)
Minimum Required: Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience
Preferred Level: APICS or CSCMP certifications
Minimum required: 2 years related experience, 4 preferred.
Strong background in supply chain operations, with a preference of an understanding of supply planning, inventory management and SAP MRP/DRP.
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