|Company:||Save the Children International|
|Category:||Accounting & Finance|
KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY:
You will be responsible for the preparation, development and analysis of supply chain planning and
Provision of timely, relevant and accurate reporting is an important value of this role.
As the Supply Chain Analyst, you will be the focal point in support/guidance on relevant queries for reporting, charts, tables and other forms of information distribution.
Main tasks will include, but not limited to:
·Build and consolidate Supply Chain relevant reporting on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis.
·Support the Consolidation and review Procurement Plans of Country Offices
·Support Cos in the development of Procurement Strategies
·Liaise with COs & Support the Country Supply Chain Managers in ensuring the availability of quality information
·Design and build new reports, templates and trackers as part of the Supply Chain reporting improvement.
·Responsible for RO benefits tracking and reporting.
·Support country offices in developing sourcing pipelines and consolidate them to a regional dashboard
·Support country offices in designing transport optimization models and schedules
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
You will be highly motivated, articulate and comfortable with a diverse familiarity in Supply Chain role covering a variety of country offices. In order to thrive in this role, you must be highly driven and a self-starter who strives for excellence in your work.
·A Bachelor's degree in Accounting or in Supply Chain, or relevant degrees such as business administration etc.
·Qualification in data analysis
·Professional qualification in supply chain management added advantage
·Professional working experience between 1- 3 years' experience in the related supply chain field.
·Advanced IT skills, specifically Excel modelling and PowerPoint presentation. Experienced with ERP software is a plus.
·Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
·Strong organizational skills.
·Attention to detail.
·Ability to multi-task and adapt to a changing environment.
·Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
·Maturity, professionalism, strong work ethic with a positive, can-do attitude.
·Commitment to Save the Children values.