Graduate Supply Chain Analyst

  • Position: Graduate Supply Chain Analyst
  • Industry: Industrial > Manufacturing
  • Location: Newark, Nottinghamshire

  • Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
  • Salary: £26K - £28K

Job Description

Graduate Supply Chain Analyst
Newark, Full time, Permanent
Salary £26,000 - £28,000

We are seeking a Graduate Analyst to join a busy Supply Chain department on a full time and permanent basis. You will be responsible for data analysis and modelling, managing SPI control and reviews, as well as improving current practices and implementing new technology.

Role and Responsibilities

As Graduate Supply Chain Analyst, you will be required to:

  • Work with the Supply Chain Manager to review current business practices whilst implementing improvements within an International market
  • Facilitate & plan SPI measures for replenishment of key product groups
  • Assist in changes to business practices and policies through data analysis and evaluation
  • Understand manufacturing processes and global supply chains

Candidate

You should ideally possess the following qualifications and experience:

  • An understanding of how targeted analytics can drive improvements in the supply function
  • Able to identify and review business processes, and implement improvements for changing business environments
  • A competent user of Microsoft Office (ideally Excel & Access)
  • Able to demonstrate initiative and critical thinking
  • Strong communication skills
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification

The successful Candidate would also ideally have previous experience of working in Supply Chain, Logistics or Planning.

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