Demand Planner II
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The Demand Planner II is responsible for developing and maintaining forecasting and demand plans that enable the organization to achieve the sales and service objectives. The planner will utilize the S&OP process to collaborate with supply chain, finance, sales, trade marketing, and marketing while reviewing JDA, Siebel, and CPFR data to construct a weekly demand forecast while maintaining weekly and monthly forecast accuracy for the top customers.
Role Accountabilities and Responsibilities
- Refresh and publish forecast changes for the rolling 18 month weekly and monthly demand forecasts by brand, by UPC utilizing all cross functional data.
- Partner with marketing, inside sales, and sales to produce an accurate forecast. Information will include current and upcoming key customer needs, new item introductions, timing for discontinuations and promotional plans.
- Meet regularly with Sales, Marketing and Supply Planning to monitor current forecast status and required actions such as contingency plans.
- Lead the Pre-S&OP (Sales & Operations Planning) and S&OP meetings with all cross functional departments.
- Track and report forecast accuracy metrics and drive continuous improvement in sales forecasting
- Identify, analyze, and document the forecast errors related to the demand forecast for identification of corrective actions through utilizing JDA and Terra Technology
- Communicate with the Supply Chain Planner in a rapid and timely manner on emerging demand changes and special requests
- Work with the new products and marketing groups to develop new production introduction forecasts and timelines
Education and Experience
- Bachelors degree required, preferably in Business Operations, Supply Chain, Engineering
- 3-5 years supply chain analysis experience
- Working Knowledge of supply chain process and ERP/MRP systems
- Extremely organized and detail oriented
- High sense of urgency and attention to detail
- Ability to analyze data and determine opportunities for improvement
- Excellent interpersonal skills, both verbal and written
- The ideal candidate must be a professional team-oriented individual who can manage multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment and be able to adhere to deadlines
- Strong system and analytical skills required. The ability to extract and compile data from multiple systems, analyze data and then make recommendations for action.
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