Are you a planner at heart? Do you always maintain control and do you want the make the most of your skills in a large company with global activities? Than I am sure that this is your new challenge, because for a worldwide player in the field of technical and automotive parts we are looking for a supply chain planner. The company embraces the Japanese culture and has its EMEA headquarter located in Amsterdam. This is the place where you are going to work from, so do you want to join the club? Hurry up, because you 300 multicultural colleagues are waiting for you!
What can you expect as a supply chain planner?
As part of the unit Aftermarket and industrial business for Life & Energy, your team is focused on innovations at the company. They bring the advanced automotive technology and systems into non-automotive industries to contribute to the environment and comfort daily life, for example robots in the agricultural sector.
The emphasis at this job is more focused on logistics supply chain management (order and delivery) than on customer service. You guarantee a timely delivery of all products to the customer or other business locations! This means that you are responsible for the incoming and outgoing transport flows. There’s a lot to it. For example: analyzing and improving the supply chain processes, predicting future demand to prevent surplus and shortage, coordinating and managing storage and stock and you are also the point of contact for the client. Like I already said, you are in a key position!
A summary of your new tasks
Client contact about the order process: whenever customers have requests of complaints you are their point of contact. This means for example: provide timely supply information, solve overdue orders, back orders or wrong deliveries. You will also be liaising between the customer and 3rd party manufacturers whenever necessary;
Administration: of course also part of the job, think about order input, invoicing and documentation;
Supply Chain & logistics: you are responsible for the procurement and with supervision you develop your skills on demand planning.
What do you get in return?
The company provides a working environment where ambitious individuals grow and teamwork drives success. They seek to put people first, encourage participative decision making by all members, foster collaborative teamwork and support career development. In addition, you can count on:
A monthly salary between 2500,- and 3000,- gross per month;
You get 38 holidays;
A well-regulated pension plan and health care plan;
Your travel costs are reimbursed up to 140,- euros per month;
The opportunity to get a permanent contract after 6 months;
Parking spots in front of the building and easy access by public transport;
Once a week Sushi lunch!
Also good to know is the fact that the flexible working hours ensure that you can work from home. Highly reccomended fort he family people among us!
What do we expect from you as a Supply Chain Planner?
In order to steer further growth of the company in the right direction, we are looking for a communicative person. You understand the needs of the customer like no other and know how to build a strong relationship. In addition, your analytical thinking skills ensure that you quickly understand procedures and data. You know how to set priorities and work very accurately. Furthermore:
Do you have a professional command of the English language, because you need to understand the needs of the customer and build relationships.
You have at least a bachelor's degree, preferably in the direction of logistics management.
A couple of years recent and relevant work experience in logistic order management, in a product driven environment. It is especially interesting if you have gained this work experience in a large company. You have great skills in Excel and have worked with an ERP system before, such as SAP. If not, send in your resume and we will check it out!
Do you dare to take on the challenge or do you have any questions? email@example.com or 020-6124945