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Do you want to contribute to a large-scale project and have an impact on the world around you?
Johnson & Johnson (J&J) is the world's most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of health care products, as well as a provider of related services for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and professional markets. Products are sold throughout the world and serve a broad segment of medical needs ranging from baby care, first aid, and hospital products to prescription pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, and products relating to family planning, dermatology, and feminine hygiene. `Caring for the world, one person at a time'... inspires and unites the people of Johnson & Johnson. The Company's ambitious mission is to humanize health and wellness care; help people live better, longer, happier lives; democratize access to care; and drive dramatically lower costs will require bold, innovative applications of technology.
The position is responsible to coordinate inbound, inventory, returns, blue forms and all other activities and processes (excl. outbound) linked to a specific Hospital Medical Devices portfolio within the European Distribution Center in Courcelles, Belgium.
Main responsibilities for this position:
- Plan, prepare and control all warehouse processes related to inbound and inventory. - Be the main point of contact for Supply Chain within the European Distribution Center for inbound, priorities, inventory, returns, blue forms and other processes (excl. outbound). - Participate in the S&OP process to assess future capacity need for inbound and inventory and review actuals vs forecast. - Coordinate adherence of shipments and suppliers to the Standard Shipping Process. - Track, Clean and Report on blue forms/zone for his/her portfolio. - Support approved and funded projects for the site. - Identify and pro-actively mitigate risks throughout the entire supply chain. - Takes corrective action for daily operational problems within the department.
- You have a Bachelor or Master¿s degree in Supply Chain, Logistics, Business, Finance, or Engineering. - You have minimum 2 years of experience in Supply Chain, Planning / Logistics, Industrial Engineering or Finance; preferably in a multinational company. - Fluency in English is required, other languages are a plus. - You have good verbal and written communication skills. - Accuracy with high attention to details. - Sense of urgency and ability to prioritize tasks. - Knowledge and proficiency of ERP and/or planning tools are preferred.
wat bieden wij?
- You will be working in an international environment within a pharmaceutical company. - You will get a full time contract of 38 hours per week. - You will get a temporary assignment of +- 3 months with a good chance of extension. - You will receive an attractive salary package, supplemented with meal vouchers and commuting allowance. Moreover, public transport is 100% reimbursed.