Demand Planner

Demand Planner -South East – £32,500 – Permanent

Excipion is currently working with a world renowned FMCG manufacturer. Based in more than 5 European countries our client is looking to recruit a Demand Planner to join their team on a permanent based in Hampshire.

Job purpose and key deliverables

The Demand Planner is responsible for managing the on-going monthly demand forecasting process to required quality and accuracy levels. Also responsible for providing timely demand updates for monthly planning processes and long-term forecasting.

Duties are as follows:

To lead the monthly demand forecast process for the assigned customers, ensuring agreement of the final forecast figures by all involved parties.
To deliver demand forecast within the accuracy target by analysing SKU demand profile on customer level by SKU based on sales data, market and trade situation, analysis of variance and understanding performance drivers.
Ensure that all planned activities are timely communicated to the Regions and correctly reflected in the forecast by SKU/Customer.
Monitor monthly sales plan execution; perform on-going forecast accuracy analysis and challenge the reasons of inaccuracy and submitted assumptions.
Support the embedding of NGP operations from a demand/forecasting perspective.

The successful candidate will come from a FMCG global scale background, you will have demand planning and forecasting experience at management level. As the Demand Planner you will need to have very good analytical skills and have experience in demand planning, forecasting and/or SIOP management functions. A degree in Supply chain, Business or equivalent experience is important.

This position is likely to suit a Demand Planner or Demand Analyst or Supply Planner or Forecast Analyst or Demand Specialist or or Demand Lead or Planner or Production Planner or Planning Specialist or Planning Analyst

For more information please contact Joel Celestine on 02392 314 695 or email on

STR Limited is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.


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