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The Supply Chain & Logistics Specialist will beresponsible for assisting the Manager, Supply Chain & Logistics, the Director,Operations and other Supply and Logistics team members in the analysis,planning and execution of commercial activities including business plans,identification and analysis of potential commercial agreements with serviceproviders. He/she will also be responsible for analyzing and coordinating costssaving opportunities, ensuring adequate reporting both regionally and globally.He/she will work closely with the sales team to assist with analysis of newcustomer opportunities and maximizing netbacks from current customers. He/shewill work with Responsible Care team to progress health, safety, andenvironmental initiatives with customers and service providers.
Facilitate contract execution, coordinatingsupply plans with customers/terminals, executing and organizing supplydocumentation (nominations, customs forms, invoicing)
Maintain close contact and develop relationshipwith customers, sales agents and suppliers.
Manage operational tasks for order delivery,release and invoicing.
Monitor and control the daily stocks at the EUTerminals to ensure timely replenishments.
Manage emergency planning of vessels and liaiseclosely with internal and external parties, including any documentary requirements(such as insurance claims).
Assist Director, Operations in defining logisticsstrategies: analyze and recommend logistics alternatives to create competitiveadvantage and improve profitability and support sales growth.
Supply Chain tactical planning: weekly inventoryreconciliation and vessel planning for EU vessels supply points as well asweekly calls with Egypt and Global Supply Chain to align production, demand andGlobal supply risk.
Provide key analyses and reporting for cost ofsupply and contract negotiations, maintaining vessel KPI’s.
Ensure that supply activities in Europe meet theResponsible Care guidelines.
Under guidance from Responsible Care Manager,assist in performing port/terminal assessments, offtake and swap partnerlocations in line with global requirements.
Key responsibilities include:
Degree in Economics, Supply Chain, Transport and/orLogistics Management
Minimum 5 years experience in national andinternational supply chain operations (experience in ocean shipping ofprocessed chemicals/oil is a huge asset)
Languages: Fluent in English. Other languages arean asset
Strong command of Excel required, knowledge ofPower BI is an asset
Strong communication skills in a multi-culturalenvironment
Excellent team working skills
Understanding of product, processes, customers,competition and commercial awareness
Analytical mind and strong problem-solving skills(able to quickly analyze cost optimal supply strategy)
Strong negotiation & contract managementskills – commercial and cost focus
Capable to manage stress
Proactivity, agility, perseverance, resilienceand positive attitude
Organizational and time management skills
Good presentation skills (Power point) is anasset
In possession of a work permit in Belgium
Our customer offers a multinational environment in a small and dynamic team: quick, result driven and caring. There is a real opportunity for each individual to have a big impact on the company results!
Our customer offers a competitive salary & benefits package.
Company culture enables people to work together across functions, disciplines and regions towards a shared vision and a “One Team” culture
Joining a dynamic company and being part of a global and international team while at the same time in a human-sized company.
Less than 1 Year
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