Recruiter Logo
Now Apply on the Go!
Download engineeristic Jobseeker App and get a seamless experience for your job-hunting
26/12 Vikas Chadha
Consultant at Works Consultancy

Views:134 Applications:4 Rec. Actions:Recruiter Actions:0

Senior Executive - Demand Planning - FMCG/Pharma/Healthcare (2-5 yrs)

Bangalore Job Code: 39013

- Create and maintain all stages of the demand plan.

- Maintain and handle product history, accurate forecasts and promotional demand, Monitor and report on important changes in sales forecasts, budgets and business strategies.

- Maintain data relative to demand forecasts to include hierarchy, historical data cleansing, demand sensing data and forecast model parameters, Model based on industry trends and demand patterns,

- Participate in integrated business planning, working to meet demand planning key performance indicators, Support management with risks assessments and mitigation activities, Propose and implement solutions to improve demand forecast accuracy.

- Handle basic issues and problems under direct supervision, while escalating more complex issues to appropriate staff in a timely and effective manner

- Successfully communicate forecast and inventory estimates to management

- Address demand related issues in a timely and effective manner

Minimum Qualifications :

- High school diploma, secondary education level or equivalent

Preferred Qualifications :

- Graduate with Postgraduate/ Diploma in Supply chain Management

- Should have at least 2 years of experience in demand forecasting /forecasting role.

- Preferably should have experience working with FMCG, Agri and Pharma Industries.

- Strong mathematical and statistical knowledge.

- Capability to multitask in a fast faced environment.

- Excellent written and verbal communication, Excel & Presentations Skills

Total Experience : Max 5 years in Demand Planning

Relevant : 2 Years Mandatory in Demand Planning

- Female Candidate Only

- Education Background should be in Supply Chain (Either Degree or a course)

This job opening was posted long time back. It may not be active. Nor was it removed by the recruiter. Please use your discretion.

Add a note
Something suspicious? Report this job posting.