Domaine: Supply Chain

Type d‘emploi: Temps plein

Ville: Melbourne - CBD & Inner Suburbs

Pays: Australia

L’Oréal Australia is part of the L’Oréal Group – the world’s largest pure beauty company with over 100 years of history and experience. We are a passionate team in a growing market, working to deliver our mission of Beauty for All through our local portfolio of 25 brands.

L’Oréal was founded by a scientist and we have always focused on cutting-edge research and innovation. Our innovation now also centres around the opportunity that the worldwide digital transformation provides and we are leaders in connecting beauty and technology.

Our business is energetic and vibrant, underpinned by strong ethical principles and our belief that financial performance and responsible business go hand-in-hand. We are driven each day by our six founding values - Passion, Innovation, Entrepreneurial spirit, Open-mindedness, Quest for excellence and Responsibility.

L’Oréal Australia’s Operations includes our Warehouse, Customer Care, Master Data and Supply Chain teams. These teams work in partnership with our Divisions to ensure we continuously improve our supply chain and achieve greater agility and efficiency to meet the needs of our distributor customers. Operations have an important responsibility to focus on uncompromising standards of quality control, employee safety and our environmental commitments.

About the role

In this newly created role you will work within our Consumer Products Division ensuring alignment to budget and strategic plans. You will be a crucial interface between the planning function and other areas of the business, including commercial, marketing, finance and our international businesses.  In addition your responsibilities will include:

  • Formulating the supply plans from the validated business forecast, and in line with achieving Customer service and working capital targets
  • Collaborating with the Customer Supply Chain function to ensure clear and timely communication of relevant information to customers and commercial stakeholders
  • Monitoring inventory levels against defined targets, reporting versus those targets and driving action plans for risk mitigation.
  • Key liaison with regional and global supply hubs, evaluating and modelling any risks of supply
  • Working with key internal stakeholders to ensure full transparency of risks that may have an effect on service levels and working capital
  • Managing and preventing excess stock, identifying slow moving and potential obsolete SKUs for the supply portfolio
  • Maintain supply planning parameters and life-cycle management status for effective control and reporting of materials
  • Ensure supply chain plans are in place and executed for each SKU by location in their supply portfolio whilst identifying supply issues, and manage resolution appropriately.

About you

To be successful in this role, you will have strong experience within a high SKU environment acting in demand and/or supply planning capacity. Possessing the capability to manage complexity in a high pressure environment you will be able to effectively communicate meaningful information to different areas of the business. A considerable analytical skill set will be highly regarded as will a collaborative mind-set. Previous experience within the retail or FMCG environment will be advantageous as will a flexible, results oriented approach.

We are an equal opportunity employer and we encourage applications from people regardless of gender, ethnicity, religious beliefs or disability.

If you would like the opportunity to grow your career within a global, brand focused organisation, please apply.