Supply Planning Analyst

Company Name:
SITE Personnel/MAP Engineering
Supply Planning Analyst Golden, CO $25-30/hr 6 month contract
Education level and/or experience - Bachelor's degree and 3-5 years of experience in supply chain planning, operations management, or related discipline. - Skills and/or knowledge - Knowledge and understanding of interdependencies of production and capacity planning, scheduling processes, distribution methods, inventory management, material flow and planning, Working knowledge of forecasting, transportation, distributor operations, sales, marketing and budgets. - Provides recommendations and contributes to shot- to medium-term tactical planning impacting multiple areas - Analyze large volumes of information, evaluate and resolve complex issues in rapidly changing and ambiguous environment. - Advanced supply chain management systems and process knowledge. Knowledge of SAP APO (advanced planning and optimization) - Ability to execute new strategies that provide MillerCoors with competitive advantage in the marketplace through effective product supply processes.
Primary responsibilities of the analyst include include: 1. Contributes to and operates supply planning processes associated with $9B, 72 million barrels including supply planning and supply chain optimization for MillerCoors. - Manages the supply planning processes which determine brewing, packaging, distribution, inventory, and supplier requirements plans, and also processes that oversee the execution of product supply plans, coordinate course corrections, and develop and implement contingency plans across the supply chain. 2. Adds value creation through the design and optimization of the MillerCoors supply network, from supplier through distributor. - The supply network optimization accounts for $250MM of the $300MM of the synergies / cost savings the Supply Chain is responsible for. - Manages detailed supply plans which drive $5.5B operating budgets. - Manages MillerCoors finished goods inventory strategy of $400MM finished goods inventory across both distributors

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