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Recruiting - End to End Planning Specialist (Istanbul)

End to End Planning Specialist

Location: İstanbul (Asya) Posting Date: 09.08. Protected content

Job Description:

You can’t get far in FMCG in Turkey without having heard the names 'Ulker' and ‘Kellogg’s’. Both have been around for generations and have built up an impressive portfolio of brands that can be found in many kitchens across the globe – the companies came together in Protected content form a Joint Venture to bring brands like Coco Pops®, Special K® and Cornflakes™ to Turkey

We have an opportunity for an End to End Planning Specialist based between our Istanbul, Joint Venture office and Manufacturing Facility. This is a great opportunity for you to drive the local efforts of our established multi-national brands; and to work directly with our European colleagues to maximize the efficiencies and knowledge available in the wider network.

The Role
* To manage clear and effective planning processes from the front end (sales/marketing) through to the back end (material planning/scheduling) of our business for all products produced within our manufacturing facility, Protected content
* To work with the other suppliers in our network and lead the forecasting/demand planning process to ensure finished case stock availability,
* To support the Supply Chain Director and ensure consistent communication of the market and supply climate.


Bachelors degree in a related or relevant field, Protected content
A track record of success during a minimum of 5 years in the Supply Chain/Manufacturing Planning arena, Protected content
An excellent communicator and influencer in English and Turkish with the ability to interpret and analyse data, Protected content
SAP experience is essential, including but not limited to PP, SD, and MM modules – prior experience as an SAP super user/administrator would be an advantage,
Male candidates should have completed their military services,
Should be available for occasional travel.

The role is advertised on

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