No two days are the same at Al-Futtaim, no matter what role you have. Our work is driven by the desire to make a difference and to have a meaningful impact with the goal of enriching everyday lives. Take our engaging and supportive work environment and couple it with a company culture that recognises and rewards quality performance, and what do you get? The chance to push the limits every single day.
As a humble family business that started on the banks of the Dubai Creek in the 1930s, Al-Futtaim has expanded to a presence in 31 countries, a portfolio of over 200 companies, and 42,000 employees. You’ll find us in industries ranging from automotive and retail, to finance and real estate, and connecting people with international names like Lexus, Ikea, Robinsons, and Adidas. Our team is proudly multicultural and multinational because that kind of diverse representation gives us the global mindset to grow and impact the people, markets, and trends around us.
Come join us to live well, work better, and be the best.
About the Job:
We are currently looking to recruit an experienced Assistant Demand & Supply Manager for Al-Futtaim Motors. Reporting to the Demand & Supply Manager you will develop a long term order plan by model, channel, grade, colour aligned with annual sales plan and current market challenges and opportunities. You will forecast accurate trend through analysing past trends, feedback from channels & product team to drive optimum MoS (Months of Stock).
Specifically, your responsibilities will include:
• Monthly supply planning for various channels from model to suffix to colour Level and negotiate optimum supply with Toyota Japan
• Develop regular presentation/reports to keep management and all stakeholders informed on current ordering situation, opportunities and challenges ahead
• Usage of SAP – creating purchase orders for approved production and analysis of sales trend by suffix & colour
• Prepare & analyse reports to serve business needs
|Job Location:||Dubai, United Arab Emirates|
|Job Role:||Logistics and Transportation|