In this role you are responsible for the supply planning of a portfolio of plasma derived products at the Vienna site. You are the key contact person between site and market for these products and you support the packaging planning team with work order handling.
Responsibility for finished goods supply of established products at the Vienna site considering efficiency, market demand, distribution, customer service levels and inventory requirements
Ensure that supply is in line with the sales forecasts and the inventory targets supplied by Sales & Operations (S&OP) team; main contact for all supply inquiries by S&OP team. In case of supply shortages decide on trade-offs, develop and communicate transparent supply plans in close cooperation with S&OP team, regulatory, quality control and operations
Translation of market requirements into orders in the ERP/Planning system considering label change requests, logistics lead times, inventory levels and similar
Issue and update s according to specific needs
Act as contact to other teams and balance interests of supply chain and markets
Take accountability for the management of slow moving and restricted production lots
Drive continuous process improvements
Education in Business Administration or Business Informatics with a focus on logistics or supply chain management
Work experience in logistics and/or production environment desirable, preferably in the pharmaceutical or chemical industry
Profound commercial and process understanding (especially in planning and production area)
Strong communication skills
Flexible personality enjoying work in a dynamic environment
Excellent analytical & problem-solving skills
Excellent in using standard software like MS Office (e.g. Power BI, Excel)
Experienced with ERP software (e.g. SAP, JDE, IBP)
Excellent German, very good English, additional languages appreciated
A competitive remuneration package with a minimum salary of € 3.557,47 gross per month (full-time, collective wage agreement for the chemical industry) – the actual salary depends on your professional experience and qualifications.
Family-friendly company environment; Support with parental leave, dad month, Bilingual company kindergarten
Work @ home depending on the position / department
Comprehensive training programs
In-house job rotation program
In-house Canteen with discounts or meal vouchers
Works council (events, festivals, shopping vouchers, etc.)
Employee Referral Program
Employee Recognition Program
Takeda Resource Groups
Free vaccination program
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