Supply Chain Supervisor | Collins McNicholas

Supply Chain Supervisor

  • Reference: LK45272
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Location: Clare, Limerick, Tipperary
  • Category: Supply Chain & Logistics

Title: Supply Chain Supervisor

Location: Limerick

Summary:

This is a role that will involve you in every aspect of Supply Chain… Procurement, Warehousing and Logistics. The role will be suited to a Change Management/ Continuous Improvement mind set.

Responsibilities:

  • Supervision of staff in the Supply Chain Department.
  • Oversee all the Supply Chain functions -Logistics Warehouse & Procurement Team
  • Maintain and measure the influence of the Supply Chain activities and the performance of the employees.
  • Create, organise and maintain inventory and storage records.
  • Ensure that all shipping documentation and records is accurate and up to date.
  • Schedule and determine work assignments and staffing levels.
  • Ensure that the Supply Chain function is compliant with the Company Standards.
  • Liaise with all other departments and ensure that good collaboration is upheld.
  • Have a Continuous Improvement mindset and identify areas for improvement.
  • Collaborate with Site Leadership.

Requirements:

  • Degree Qualified in Supply Chain, Business Administration or a relevant discipline.
  • You will be an experienced Supply Chain Supervisor with a background in Manufacturing.
  • Be experienced with Supply Chain Software packages, SAP ideally.
  • Target driven, results orientated individual
  • Proven track record of introducing and implementing new processes.

 

For more information or to apply for this role please send your CV to ben.forde@collinsmcnicholas.ie or for a confidential discussion call Ben Forde on 061 512 274.


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