Reference Number: LAB5316
Location: IRLANDA


  1. Participate in and support implementation of a global integrated business planning process to deliver seamless supply chain management solutions to the organization in terms of cost, time and service.
  2. Provides weekly and monthly updates on the release of all final container products and maintains communication with the Global Demand group in that regard.
  3. Develop, execute, maintain and report on detailed supply and demand inventory balance, and/or supply plan achievements against budget and/or approved revised plans for all products, manufactured or processed through all the locations. 
  4. Coordinate with factories to maintain data integrity for planning master data in company’s ERP system, including material master, info records, Bills of Material, routes, etc. 
  5. Develop and report on KPIs including material and product aging, at-risk batches, batch release cycle time; identify and rectify issues, and/or recommend solutions for improvement


  1. Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management, Industrial Engineering, Business, Science, or closely related discipline is required. CPIM certification is preferred.  Master’s degree in the same fields or closely related discipline is preferred.
  2. Minimum of 4 years of manufacturing planning, forecasting, or related experience in supply chain methodologies is required, preferably in a pharmaceutical, GMP, or FDA / EU regulated environment
  3. Demonstrated project management skills
  4. Strong organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills with the ability to make structured decisions on a routine basis.