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Employer: PepsiCO
Domain:
  • Acquisitions - Logistics - Supplies
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
    Location:
  • BUCHAREST
  • Updated at: 26.02.2020
    Short company description

    PepsiCo a intrat pe piaţa romaneasca in anul 2004, achizitionand liderul pe piata de chips-uri de cartofi, compania Star Foods, prezenta in Romania inca din 1993. Astfel, PepsiCo a devenit unul dintre jucatorii principali pe piata de Snacks-uri din Romania.

    Requirements

    • Bachelors/Master degree (preferable in Economics)
    • 2 years of Supply chain experience in FMCG manufacturer and/or retailer
    • Able to work collaboratively with a multifunctional environment
    • Good knowledge of English
    • Experience in carrying out optimization projects
    • Solid understanding of & ability to use IT/planning systems (MS Excel, Power query, PowerBI and JDA preferred)
    • Good interpersonal and communication skills

    Responsibilities

    • The planning activities are associated with transportation, warehousing, inventory levels, storage capacities, order administration, site and location planning, data processing and communications networks to support distribution
    • Maintain distribution records and monitor pending shipments
    • Monitor and deal with exceptions like stock out, stock low, stock high, obsolete stock or process exceptions
    • Monitor customer specific portfolio
    • Ensure service levels are met and contribute to root cause analysis of out of stock situations
    • Work and collaborate with cross functional teams to ensure correct alignment in planning and stock distribution
    • Review and recommend improvements to current replenishment process
    • Assist in risk assessment and mitigation activities
    • Propose cost reduction & productivities initiatives