Edgewell Personal Care Brands, LLC Supply Chain Analyst - Retail Client Replenishment Analysis in Mississauaga, Ontario
Edgewell Personal Care is a leading manufacturer and worldwide distributor of over 25 well-known brands of consumer personal care products. We are 6000 colleagues strong with a presence in over 50 countries.
Edgewell's brands include shaving products including Schick and Wilkinson Sword razors and blades, shaving gels including Edge and Skintimate, Banana Boat and Hawaiian Tropic sun screens, Playtex Infant Care products, including spill-proof cups, baby bottle liners, pacifiers, and Diaper Genie; Feminine Care products, including Playtex and o.b. tampons, and Stay free and Care free pads and liners, and Wet Ones wipes.
Our latest additions to the Edgewell family of personal care brands include two full product lines of skin care and grooming products for men: Bull Dog and Jack Black.
The Supply Chain Analyst role is designed to enhance the customer collaboration and inventory insights through the use of analytics that will identify opportunities to improve customer-vendor supply chain efficiencies. Manage and oversee the Customer’s inventory / service level expectations for replenishment and promotional activities at the Retailer’s DC and Store level with key collaboration between the Sales Team, Buyers, and Customer Inventory Analysts.
Through the CPFR/Vendor Managed Order Process, the Supply Chain Analyst will manage the customer business requirements and align with the expectations of the Sales plans at Edgewell in determining the inventory needs by account through analyses of point of sale information, current on-hand inventory and expected demands. The output from these analyses would include order creation and collaboration on product availability in accordance with the customer’s defined metrics and internal supply chain initiatives. This individual would work closely with Commercial Team functions and report to the Customer Service Supply Chain Manager.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Utilize Vendor Management Inventory and/or Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment business requirements that are aligned with customer expectations.
Drive decision analytics to decouple upstream and downstream implications that range in order fluctuations, forecast inaccuracies, and other variations in consumption and supply
Manage the Retailer’s Inventory levels at DC / Store Shelf.
Partners with the Customer Replenishment/Inventory Personal
Analyzes supply chain performance in conjunction with VMI/CPFR customers’ systems/expectations to improve the joint supply chain metrics.
Prepare comprehensive inventory optimization opportunities designed to maximize shelf presence, growth, and new opportunities.
Conduct on-going business analyses including account specific reports, business reviews, new item tracking, pricing reports (ie. promo vs. non-promo pricing swings), internal metric tracking (ie. shipments, profit, supply chain, and forecasting), and other account score-carding requirements (ie. Ad activity tracking).
Analyze inventory optimization strategies and identify trends to improve growth and profitability
Conduct consumption driven analytics to improve sales strategies and inventory projections. Providing insight and understanding.
Ability to retrieve and analyze POS data to provide sales trends.
Works closely with Internal Cross Functional Teams/Demand Teams to align on forecasts needs.
Leads improvement initiatives that deliver enhanced supply chain performance and alignment with Cost to Serve strategies.
Lead collaboration processes to align on joint strategic businesses initiatives with Customers.
Exhibits proficiency in all key Customer systems and processes.
Achieving results – Set personal standards and goals that consistently exceed expectations
Initiative – Proactive problem solving, takes action, reacts quickly to opportunity
Building internal partnerships – Sought after for guidance and assistance. Key groups – Sales, Distribution, Demand and Supply Planning and Marketing
Influencing for results
Maintaining focus and accountability
Team Work – working well with others, respected by others, supports group decisions, and shares information.
Key Performance Indicators:
Customer Scorecard and Service Level Performance
Minimal Store Outs / Days of Supply
Forecast / Demand Consumption
Inventory Optimization Goals
Cost To Serve Analytics and Savings
Non Trade Related Fines Reduction / Exemption
Sales / Commercial Team
Customers’ Replenishment personnel
Demand and Supply Planning Teams
Information Technology Team
Undergraduate degree required
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Must be self actuated and have the ability to adapt to change.
Computer literate. Knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook and Webex
Must have working knowledge of basic accounting functions/skills.
Willing to occasionally travel
Edgewell is an equal opportunity employer, and we prohibit discrimination based on age, color, disability, marital or parental status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or any other legally protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.
Edgewell endeavors to make its recruitment process accessible to any and all users. Reasonable accommodations will be provided, upon request, to applicants with disabilities in order to facilitate equal opportunity throughout the recruitment and selection process. Please contact Krystine Jankowski at 905 363 2708 or by email at Krystine.Jankowski@Edgewell.com to make a request for reasonable accommodation during any aspect of the recruitment and selection process. This contact information is for accommodation requests only ; do not use this contact information to inquire about the status of applications.