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Global Inventory Operations Analyst

Global Inventory Operations Analyst 

We have an attractive opportunity for a Global Inventory Operations Analyst to join a leading pharmaceutical multinational company on a 12-month contract. This position is based in Limerick. This role is responsible for communication of global inventory targets set by the leadership team and working with key business stakeholders to monitor, achieve & drive process improvements.


Key Responsibilities:

·       Set and review inventory entitlement parameters- execute processes to identify best business strategies / methods by setting up the supply chain in different ways in order to improve efficiency.

·       Manage and proactively communicate supply status and critical supply chain metrics.

·       Perform ad-hoc analysis, recognise issues, develop plan for resolution, and implement and / or influence the support of key partners in aid implementation.

·       Represent Global inventory initiatives & assist in the delivery of Global Inventory targets.

·       Provide inventory management input to guide and assist in decision-making process.

·       Ensure appropriate inventory levels utilizing entitlement modeling and identify and drive minimization of write-offs.

·       Align SC & financial reporting and provide commentary where necessary.

·       Responsible for timely and correct reporting & acts as a supply chain coordinator to push improvements and drive efficiency.


What the ideal candidate looks like:

·       Bachelor’s degree qualified or equivalent in a relevant discipline.

·       3-5 years’ of Operations experience including Materials Planning or Procurement in a high-volume manufacturing medical / pharmaceutical industry.

·       Experience with SAP modules (APO / SNP / ECC).

·       Accuracy with attention to detail.

·       Ability to translate complex situations into simple working solutions.

·       Proficient user of MS Office, Excel, Word, Powerpoint.

·       Ability to be persuasive / influence others.


For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Megan O’Doherty.

Megan.odoherty@collinsmnicholas.ie

021-4911066