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Production Planner - 12 month FTC

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Company: Michael Page
Contract: TEMP
Location: Cardiff, United Kingdom

  • Leading industrial FMCG subcontractor working with leading brands

  • Business with exceptional growth and investment in its product lines

About Our Client

The business is forward thinking with strong investment into their production line and capacity to work with some of the biggest names in retail and FMCG. With the capacity to manufacture and the demand of large global businesses they have a large team and a first-class work culture. They are one of the few businesses that grew during the Covid- 19 period as a result of their capabilities.

Job Description

The production planner will be responsible for converting customer demand into the production line to ensure full delivery in line with agreed timescales.

You will

  • Create production plans in line with the business capabilities and demand constraints
  • Analyse orders and forecasts for both new and existing product lines
  • Liaise with both internal and external teams through first class communication
  • Coordinating production workflow for one or multiple products
  • Planning and prioritising operations to ensure maximum performance and minimum delay
  • Complete full reporting both daily and monthly

The Successful Applicant

The successful candidate will:

  • Have previous experience within a similar role (preferably within FMCG/ pharmaceuticals)
  • Have a high proficiency in Microsoft office (particularly MS excel)
  • Be analytical with a keen eye for detail
  • Be a deadline driven individual
  • Have the ability to work with autonomy as well as being able to operate in a large team
  • Possess experience working with MRP and working knowledge of Sage X3

What's on Offer

The 12 month FTC production planner role offers a competitive salary and benefits with standard working hours.


More Info / Apply

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