Demand & Supply Planning Analyst, Consumer Brand (1 Year Contract)

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    • Category Commerce & Industry
    • Industry Consumer & Retail
    • Function Procurement & Supply Chain
    • Consultant Shangari Manoharan
    • License No 16S8060
    • Registration No R1874201
    • Job Ref No SH18218
    • Salary S$55,000 - S$100,000


    Our Client is a well-established consumer brand which is currently expanding their team in Singapore. With its rapid expansion and transformation in mind, there is a need to hire Demand & Supply Planning Analyst who will be based in Singapore and be responsible for the local market planning activities.


    In this role, you will be reporting to the Planning Manager and you are required to have strong understanding of the business processes to support country demand planning activities. You will be responsible for both the demand and supply planning process and ensure seamless communication internal and external stakeholders. You will own the portfolio and the numbers driving forecast alignment across the business by effectively managing various stakeholders through positive and proactive collaboration. You will be involved in making decisions in order to drive service level and business performance on weekly and monthly processes. You will proactively track sales against the forecast to ensure any under or over consumption is understood and corrective action is taken immediately.


    You are degree qualified with at least 6 years of solid demand/ supply planning experience in the FMCG/ Retail industry. You are able to use ERP systems such as analytics tools (SAP, BI, APO, e-tools) and Microsoft Office Excel. You are strong with analytical skills, detail oriented and possess strong business acumen. You have good communication and interpersonal skills to interact effectively with stakeholders.

    To Apply

    To apply, please submit your resume to Shangari Manoharan at, quoting the job title and reference number SH18218. Due to the anticipated overwhelming responses, we regret that only successfully shortlisted applicants will be contacted