Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Internship Opportunities at GSK 2017

Converts high level supply plan into a finite schedule based on defined production strategies, while ensuring maximum operational efficiency, balance to cost and capacity.


  • Assist in Managing the short term planning process by converting the 0 – 13 week supply plan into an optimised production schedule
  • Set-up and distribute the weekly production schedule based on pre-determined optimal production run sequences, optimal utilisation of available resources and deliver plan to production for execution
  • Record production results and report to the relevant functions in order to initiate corrective actions and to enhance effective planning
  • Monitors, analyzes, and reports performance to schedule of production activities (Conformance to Plan) utilizing information derived from material and production control systems.
  • Ensure that local ERP system reflects the optimised production scheduled and/or changes to the schedule
  • Coordinate & Facilitate daily supply performance meetings (batch tracking) in order to build strong relationships between different support functions
  • Escalate supply related issues to relevant Supply Planner and prepare weekly deck on CTP Root Causes Analysis, Material Availability issues and SOLS events (Stock out/Low Stock)
  • Recommend adjustments to the short term plan to ensure optimal utilisation of resources (people, machines and materials).
  • Jointly work with Materials Planner to ensure availability of materials to meet the supply plan
  • Implement appropriate measures to ensure we achieve Conformance to Plan, Make Frequency, Manufacturing Lead-time, Site Days Inventory Outstanding & Inventory Reduction Targets and prepare weekly/monthly reports indicating performance against these targets
  • Drive continuous improvement initiatives to deliver Supply Chain KPI’s
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Preference will be given to candidates in line with the GSK SA and GSK Consumer Healthcare Equity Plan.


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