BucureștiAt Kellogg's we have a vision of enriching and delighting the world through foods and brands that matter; with the purpose of nourishing families so that they can flourish and thrive.
Our Vision and Purpose are at the heart of everything we do. Simple yet powerful, they define why we're here and where we're going -
made possible by the extraordinary talent of everyone who works here. People like you. Our heritage, through the inspiration of W.
K. Kellogg, continues to drive our company and keeps us committed to creating a stronger future every day, by putting people first in everything we do.
Operating in more than 180 countries, across 6 continents, with dedication and passion from each and every one of our 30,000 employees, we are extremely proud of our ever growing portfolio of over 1,600 food products, which include iconic brands such as Pringles, Frosties, Special K and Corn Flakes.
Our company is a place where innovation lives on, where we never stop learning and where we're excited about tomorrow. It is this belief that brings us together and sets us apart.
HERE'S A TASTE OF WHAT YOU'LL BE DOINGBusiness partnering with multiple stakeholders (Categories, internal and external manufacturing teams, Warehouses, Clusters, and GBS teams) to analyze supply risks within the network (production and distribution) and to propose operational and financial solutions to maximize service levels whilst optimizing the cost profile.
Serves as single point of contact and key interface between Supply Planning and manufacturing to deliver the short-term planning cycle at the agreed targets.
Proactively work to analyze current and potential Supply Risks on specific manufacturing platformsDevelop and coordinate actions plans with key stakeholders to ensure the right mitigation options are made visible.
E.g. Recommending changes to production schedules)Represents the Supply Planning team on daily, weekly and monthly governance calls where options and recommendations need to be clearly presented with all the facts to ensure efficient decision makingCoordinating cross-
functional / geographical teams to ensure the issues are known, and possible options to mitigate are understood with all the impacts to help make the correct decision.
Lead / contribute to building processes and procedures between cross-functional teams in order to improve E2E Supply Chain processes.
YOUR RECIPE FOR SUCCESSDegree in Engineering, Business Administration or Supply Chain, Economics or Finance (Required); Proficiency in project management (Preferred)Expertise in integrated supply chain, capacity management (Required)Experience in supply planning or production scheduling (Required)Proficiency with ERP systems (e.
Ability to anticipate and proactively solve issues.International exposure (Required)FMCG industry experience (Preferred)WHAT'S NEXT-
It's best to apply today, because job postings can be taken down and we wouldn't want you to miss this opportunity.THE FINER PRINTPlease note that we will only accept applications that are made to us via our Careers site.
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