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Supply Chain and Logistics

Demand Planner

 Ready to inspire us ?

  • You have an excellent analytical mind and critical thinking skills

  • You are proactive and show leadership in problem solving and decision making
  • You have excellent communication skills, you are a solid team player, and you like to work in a collaborative environment
  • You show strong abilities to manage priorities and work under pressure to meet deadlines 
  • You have a keen sense of organization and you are detailed oriented

 

Your role

As Demand Planner, you are responsible for preparing forecasts for the various product categories. You will anticipate internal customers’ needs to maintain inventory levels. You will interact and communicate mainly with the Sales, Marketing, Finance, Purchasing, and Supply Chain departments and with external customers to obtain accurate, up-to-date information.

 

Your responsibilities

  • Analyze demand for inventory purposes and interpret large amounts of data.

  • Collect and analyze the data required to make basic and promotional sales forecasts (sales history, market trends, seasonality, promotions, and new product launches).
  • Monitor demand on a daily basis and provide up-to-date projections.
  • Establish and maintain weekly contact with the Production and Supply Chain department.
  • Verify the accuracy of the database and play a key role in database overhauls.
  • Collect useful past information and actively participate in volume forecasting for product launches and terminations.
  • Document and report risks and opportunities regarding plans and forecasts.
  • Regularly discuss issues and share best practices with the U.S. Demand Planner.
  • Assist in establishing and optimizing planning parameters in SAP.
  • Identify problems and opportunities to improve the accuracy of forecasts, develop action plans, and establish effective monitoring.
  • Drive change by being proactive and ensuring comprehensive change management.
  • Prepare and update reports and tools related to the demand planning process.
  • Assist in documenting all new and existing processes.  

 

Skills

  • Minimum of 5 years experience in a similar position

  • Bachelor’s degree in administration or operations management or diploma in a related field
  • Extensive knowledge of the supply chain planning process
  • Excellent knowledge of demand planning and inventory management modules in SAP 
  • Excellent command of Excel and good knowledge of the Office suite 
  • Bilingual (French and English), spoken and written