Job Openings Demand Planning Analyst

About the job Demand Planning Analyst

About our Client

Our Client is a fast growing local company and has a well-established presence worldwide especially in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. The company has a vision to combine sustainability with innovation and safety. With increasing demand and new business ventures, they are currently looking for a Demand Planning Analyst to be an integral part of their business to assist and continue to improve the Value Chain globally.

Job Description

Your major responsibilities will involve managing the demand planning and forecast for finished goods and spare parts to maximize efficiency within the company. This is a strategic Procurement position with high growth potential.

Your other responsibilities include:

  • Setting up the Sales and Operation Planning (S&OP) for long term and short term
  • Manage demand planning for their products and replenishment for spare parts
  • Statistical forecasting and analyse demand variance
  • Work with the Global Supply Chain team to reduce demand-supply gaps and ensure efficiency
  • Extensive stakeholder engagement

The Successful Applicant

You should possess a degree in Supply Chain or equivalent related studies and you must have a minimum of 3 - 5 years of experience in Demand/Supply Planning. Knowledge of a “replenishment model business” and experience in Automotive/Electronical/Aviation sectors will be an advantage. You should also be strong with analytics as well as be sensitive to trends. Strong communication and negotiation skills with the ability to work in a fast paced and collaborative environment is essential.

What’s on Offer?

You will be in an organisation that takes pride in their excellent vision for the future. The company has an local culture and takes pride in work-life balance. High performing employees are recognised and rewarded with personal development awards, annual salary reviews and short-term incentive programmes. Some core benefits include health and welfare insurance subsidies.