Head of Supply Chain and Planning HSCP/811/10
FMCG Food / Drink
£80k

Job Title: 
Head of Supply Chain and Planning HSCP/811/10
Job Type: 
Senior Executive
Job sector: 
FMCG Food / Drink
Location: 
Midlands
Base Salary: 
£80k
Bonus: 
Salary- £80k Bonus- 15% Package- Executive benefits
Hours: 
Permanent
reference: 
HSCP/811/10
About this position: 

Our client- is a global manufacturer of branded food products to the retail and foodservice sectors. Due to continued expansion in the UK they wish to appoint a Head of Supply Chain and Planning for their Midlands based operation.

The Role: 

•      Reporting into the UK Managing Director you will be responsible for 2 distribution operations with 25 staff, including 2 Warehouse Managers and a UK planning Manager.

•      With an £11 million budget responsibility, you will manage and facilitate all facets of supply chain management between the UK businesses and 3PL’s providers.

•      To deliver against all budgeted cost reduction initiatives and KPI’s, developing a ‘cost to serve’ model and focus on deliverables that result from this work.

•      To drive continuous improvement in inventory control through development of processes and fostering cross-functional working with, operations, sales, NPD and finance.

The Person: 

•      Degree educated Supply Chain Leader, motivated and performance focused, an assertive team player with a hands-on approach, ideally with experience within a fast paced and ever-changing food environment.

•      The ability to inspire and challenge those around them, combining strategic SCM experience with strong commercial and negotiation skills.

•      Able to promote a strong and stable team culture. An ambitious individual, capable of influencing cross functionality, especially with marketing and operations, but also the broader executive team.

 

Barnaby Stewart Built Environment

Email: info@barnabystewart.com

 

Applicants must also be eligible to work in the UK

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