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Supply Chain Manager - Worcestershire

Ref: 3252
£55,000 basic + benefits
A talented Supply Chain Manager is required by our client that supplies seasonal FMCG products to retail & distribution clients around the world. The position is based at the companys head office, situated south of Birmingham, and is critical to our clients ongoing success.
To apply for this role you will have a proven Supply Chain Management track record within an international, seasonal FMCG environment, encompassing both a Far East & UK supplier base.
You will be a consummate Supply Chain professional, able to demonstrate career success at both a tactical & strategic level.
By nature you will be robust, diplomatic and persuasive, accustomed to effectively dealing with internal stakeholders, such as Customer Services, Sales and of course the board of Directors.
You will have excellent communication skills and be very comfortable chairing Supply Chain meetings with both suppliers and customers alike.
You will be highly IT literate and therefore able to quickly adapt to our clients business management software, encompassing ERP, Financials, CRM & eCommerce.
You will thrive in a dynamic environment and be a natural problem solver, accustomed to dissipating the Supply Chain pains associated with expansion on an international scale.
This represents an excellent long term career opportunity with an exceptionally ambitious company.
On offer is a basic salary in the region of 55,000 plus benefits.
To apply for this role please send you CV to c.booth@swindaleparks.co.uk <mailto:c.booth@swindaleparks.co.uk> or if you prefer to speak with Carl in the first instance then you can contact him on 0121-585 6079.

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