Monday, 16 May 2016

Cipla Medpro Graduate Programme 2017

Cipla’s Graduate Program runs for a 12 month period in Cape Town. It is designed to help the Graduate make a smooth transition from campus into the world of work. The Graduate will be interacting with various stakeholders in the business who will share their experience, knowledge and passion. The Graduate role creates exposure to corporate, personal and leadership development which will lay a solid foundation for a successful career. The main purpose of this graduate role is to render financial assistance to the Supply Chain and Finance department.

Cipla is one of the largest generic and chronic medicines manufacturers with research, development and manufacturing facilities worldwide.

Duties & Responsibilities

Business Forecasting & Financial Data Analysis:

  • Supporting with forecasting for the business
  • Assisting with gathering data from Sales, marketing, Finance, Supply Chain
  • Support with data assembly for data analysis
  • Focus on sales and movement of stock, to determine initial allocation of stock, action inter-store stock transfers where applicable, review pre-determined stock and adjust if necessary, ascertain quantities and timing of purchases for replenished stock, avoid “out of stock” situations and take note of customer requests.
  • Coordinate cross-functional research activities to monitor and reconcile significant variances and refine the forecast model to reflect updated sales and marketing assumptions
  • Identify relevant market-related data and competitive intelligence that can be incorporated into the business to ensure effective measuring and forecast accuracy
  • Gather and validate data
  • Costing of Distribution Centre operations
  • Monthly reporting and power point presentations compiling all inputs from various divisions

Supporting the Supply Chain team with Finance activities:

  • Gain knowledge in purchase order system to process purchase orders
  • Tracks monthly cost center spend
  • Analyse ledger account and track budget expenditure, actual vs. budget
  • Ensure all costs are allocated correctly
  • Costing of DC operations
  • Monthly reporting and power point presentations compiling all inputs from various divisions
  • Analyse ledger account and track budget expenditure, actual vs. budget
  • Ensure all costs are allocated correctly
  • Updating of procedures


Requirements

  • Matric or equivalent
  • Completed Tertiary Degree: Bcom. Majoring in Finance &/ Accounting & Supply Chain Management.
  • Experience is not required (Maximum of 1 year if any for entry into the graduate programme)


Closing date is 30 May 2016.

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