• Root cause analysis capability and experience
• Cross function working
• Understanding of provisions / write off management process
• Intermediate excel skills
• SAP knowledge
Supply Chain Analyst – European Supply and Demand Hub
GSK is a science-led, global healthcare company that produces innovative medicines, vaccines and consumer healthcare products.
Our GMS teams are responsible for making and shipping the products that help people do more, feel better, live longer. We have more than 27,000 people in GMS, across 86 sites in 36 countries. Together, these people help to produce 4 billion packs of medicine, nearly 900 million doses of vaccines and more than 18 billion packs of consumer healthcare products every year.
• Deliver cost improvement / cost avoidance opportunities for stock at risk of write off or scrapping
• Diagnose, design, implement and embed process improvements for provisions and scrapping in the European Rx supply chain.
The Supply Analyst will contribute to the continuity of supply while optimizing financials (Cost & Net Working Capital) and adhering to compliance standards
Please note that this role is available on a 9 month fixed-term contract or secondment basis.
• Construct a clear governance process for new provisions within EUSDH, Finance & LOC (as appropriate)
Process & Reporting Improvement
• Clarify and rollout process to ensure reason codes for provisions & scrapping as clear and understood by relevant functional areas
• Establish gaps and construct ways of working with markets that do not currently falls under the pack change management processes for the European Supply and Demand Hub
• Alignment of month end finance submission & European supply & demand hub submission
• Perform month end deep dives supporting finance to identify unexpected deviations from recommended provision value & unexpected write offs
• Update SOP as appropriate
• Lead/support project to define repacking ways of working, simplify request and approval process for repacking activities
• Improve escalation mechanism and clarity of ‘asks’ into the DRM processes – supporting supply / demand managers as appropriate
• Support the construction and definition of a process to cross charge write off as appropriate
• Identify and drive discreet opportunities to release current /new provisions – avoiding write offs
• Build capability in supply managers to identify, challenge and look for solutions to reduce write offs and provisions