Supply Chain Executive



The role of a Supply Chain Executive plays a key part within the Supply Chain team by executing and supporting all acquisitions. The Supply Chain Executive will research ways to improve performance, reduce cost and drive continuous improvement to meet customer needs and business objectives.


  • Supporting demand forecasting, customer services, warehousing and distribution teams by producing a variety of daily/weekly/monthly reports and tools/dashboards and ensuring they are delivered Right First Time, 100% of the time
  • Understand all Supply Chain Key Performance Indicator (KPI), data flows and be able to interrogate data to support improvement
  • Development, co-ordination, and implementation of the supply chain part of the acquisition project to ensure business goals and objectives are accomplished within designated time frames and budgets
  • Work closely with the different teams of the current MA holder to complete a smooth transition of MA ownership, current inventory of the product to Atnahs Pharma and to plan for new stock in Atnahs Pharma approved trade dress
  • Set up and validate the master data on ERP
  • Input all data onto CMO’s planning system within the agreed time frame making sure company KPI’s are met
  • Trouble shoot all issues within the Supply Chain relevant to bridging stock, serialisation, temper evidence whilst ensuring the highest standard of GDP is maintained
  • Provide reporting support and inventory and buying support analysis as required and draw insights from data and making recommendations to the business
  • Work closely with the CMO’s, Distributors, Regulatory, Artwork, and IT team to solve issues related to artwork or packaging supply and implement process to continuously improve efficiency.
  • Identify improvement areas before building business cases and engaging with relevant stakeholders to obtain their engagement and buy-in to develop a new tool and/or propose a plan of action which will contribute towards our innovation, performance or trust priorities
  • Resolve problems concerning transportation, logistics systems, imports or exports, customs clearance or customer issues
  • Provide early warning of impeding products or stock problems to internal colleagues
  • Identify and understand complex supply chain data issues and drive them to solution
  • Automate regular tasks ensuring workflow is more efficient
  • Conduct periodical trainings to end users in the use of new tools, supply chain management processes relevant to their role
  • Continuous improvement of the monitoring tools, guidelines, etc. Including development of existing tools and proactive adjustment of existing models based on business conditions to support more efficient processes within supply chain operations


Competitive salary

37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday 09:00 to 17:30 with a 60 minute unpaid break

Bonus scheme of up to 10% based on company and personal objectives

Pension scheme that contributes 3% employee and 5% employer

Private Health Care made available after successful probation

Death in service x2 your annual salary

Company Sick Pay

Perkbox account