The Demand Manager is responsible for the Demand Planning Consensus Process for the US, and Global Demand Management as it relates to aggregation and review of Global unit forecasts of their product portfolio. This position is accountable for leading the US Demand Consensus Process, and supporting all other regions to drive demand planning best practice processes, to enable the desired business results for global forecast accuracy. The position is also responsible to act as a liaison between Regional Demand/Supply planning associates, and the WW Supply Planning team.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Manages the monthly U.S. Demand Consensus Process. Generates SKU level forecasts for the U.S. region in SAP to meet the guidance provided by U.S. marketing. Utilizes a variety of tools to accomplish this task including statistical forecasting, variance analysis (unit and financial), override forecasts, and other analysis tools as needed. Proactively identifies risks and opportunities throughout the U.S. Demand Consensus process as well as the S&OP process. Accountable for meeting forecast accuracy goals for the U.S. region.
Responsible for global BDDS demand management. Leads or attends the monthly WW Demand Review meetings to support Global alignment of forecasted demand. Consolidates regional forecasts into a global view and provides data analysis to identify areas of concern. Conducts monthly WW Forecast Review with WW marketing teams to monitor the regional and WW Forecast changes, deltas and discrepancies. Communicates concerns and required adjustments to the Regional Demand/Supply team
Builds and develops global relationships between the supply and demand processes at all levels. Resolves concerns from supply planning about regional forecast variances. Resolves concerns from regions concerning supply issues.
Serves as a first line source of information concerning product availability and product status for WW and U.S. Marketing organizations.
Supports PLCM activities of the Core Teams and WW Marketing Teams, primarily new product introductions, product conversions, and product obsolescence activities. Proactively communicates information on these to regional Demand Planning teams. Summarizes and analyzes demand and forecast activities in the regions. Communicates status to the Core and WW marketing Teams and addresses errors with regional Demand Planning teams. Provides updates on these activities through the S&OP process.
Manages the process for SKU’s identified by WW Marketing for manual allocation.
BS/BA Business Administration, Statistics, Economics, Logistics or related degree.
APICS certified (CPIM).
Minimum 5 years of Supply Chain Planning experience (Demand, Supply, Production Planning).
Extensive experience with MRP/ERP systems and Microsoft Office. Knowledge of integrated Supply Chain Systems (ie: SAP ECC,SCM).
Must also apply at www.bd.com/careers to be considered.
Internal Number: R-317863
About Becton Dickinson
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