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Demand Planner (AE1077)


Greater London - United Kingdom

Arthur Edward

Salary: £36,000

Are you planning on getting yourself a new job?

Can you figure out the numbers?

Do you have a high degree of computer knowledge?

You will be working for one of the largest beauty companies leading the demand review processes & working collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders to ensure robust supply of products to meet business needs and to minimize disruption to the customer.

Using your flawless communication and forecasting accuracy to ensure timely forecasts are delivered to the business for relevant brands.

With your FMCG forecasting experience you will maintain and develop the key forecast business tools, manugistics and SAP using data gathered from detailed assumptions and business intelligence from the UK Commercial Team.

It will be up to you to work with other divisions and constantly be on the look out to enhance and improve processes.

If you are an experienced Demand Planner within FMCG apply today


To apply for this role please contact Arthur Edward.

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