GEP is a diverse, creative team of people passionate about procurement. We invest ourselves entirely in our client’s success, creating strong collaborative relationships that deliver extraordinary value year after year. Our clients include market global leaders with far-flung international operations, Fortune 500 and Global 2000 enterprises, leading government and public institutions.
We deliver practical, effective services and software that enable procurement leaders to maximise their impact on business operations, strategy and financial performance. That’s just some of the things that we do in our quest to build a beautiful company, enjoy the journey and make a difference. GEP is a place where individuality is prized, and talent respected. We’re focused on what is real and effective. GEP is where good ideas and great people are recognized, results matter, and ability and hard work drive achievements. We’re a learning organization, actively looking for people to help shape, grow and continually improve us.
Are you one of us?
GEP is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability status, or any other characteristics protected by law. We are committed to hiring and valuing a global diverse work team.
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What you will do
Contribute to the creation and implementation of best practice strategy, policies, processes and procedures to aid and improve operational performance.
Ensure that material scheduling strategy and processes are in place and work effectively in order to ensure material supply meets client requirements with minimum inventory levels, whilst optimizing costs.
Design, develop, and implement flexible solutions to aid business efficiency, drive process improvements, and add value
Define and update the supply and stock management parameters.
Plan and monitor the materials and products used by the customers.
Proactively track and manage inventory ageing to prevent excess and obsolete material
Coordinate with LSP for inventory counting, audit the master data in ERP/MRP system, and responding to customer fulfillment inquiries. Assists Finance Department with Audits, Inventory Control & Reconciliations.
Partner with the demand and supply planning team to understand the business requirements to determine proper stocking and replenishment level. Communicate the requirements to material management and warehousing team
Forecast for future inventory based on historical buys, reoccurring buys and current inventory levels.
Supervise inventory risk and ensure that contingency plans are in place
What you should bring
Supply chain knowledge: Inventory management, forecast management, warehousing and distribution, replenishment deployment theory and application, time-phased replenishment plan creation
Experience: 5+ years of experience in material planning, inventory management, purchasing
Working knowledge of ERP/MRP systems and part number change management
Proficiency in Microsoft Office and mateirals planning using an ERP/MRP system, other planning systems (SAP)
Fluency in English language (spoken and written)