Unilever – Graduate Apprentice – Supply Chain Planning (Nairobi).

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Position: Graduate Apprentice- Supply Chain Planning
Duration: 1 year
Main Job Purpose
The Planning Graduate Apprentice will work under the Material Requirements Planner to ensure availability of packaging and raw materials at optimal cost and cash as guided by the factory production plans.
Job Summary
  • Creates and communicates the Materials Requirement Plan based on inputs (e.g. stockholding, supplier schedules and constraints, lead times)
  • Checks and validates materials plans with suppliers and communicate exceptions as appropriate
  • Creates and executes material call-off plans, respecting constraints (e.g. lead times, minimum order quantities)
  • Partner with Procurement to optimise supplier relationships
  • Ensures material supplies are in the right place at the right time
  • Life-cycle management including transitions to new materials In addition to material requirements, the specialist may be requested by to champion additional performance areas within the unit
Key Requirements
  • Undergraduate degree in STEM or Business course
  • Looking for fresh graduates looking for real working experience
  • Individuals living with Albinism encouraged to apply
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