Supply Chain Analyst Job Vacancy | Pukka Herbs

Supply Chain Analyst

  • Closing Date: 11th July 2021

  • Location: Bristol

  • Contract: Permanent

  • Hours: Full-time (37.5 hours a week)

  • Salary: £30k - £35k per annum

Are you an experienced Supply Chain Analyst who is passionate about building excellent relationships with suppliers and operations, who gets the detail spot on and can deliver to our customers? Do you aspire to work for a purposeful, sustainable and growing ethical brand?

Based in our award-winning Bristol head office, this is a full-time, permanent role with a salary of £30k - £35k per annum depending on experience, alongside a benefits package designed to nurture your wellbeing and personal development.

About the opportunity

This exciting opportunity calls for an experienced Supply Chain Analyst to join our busy Supply Chain team. You will be responsible for delivering a 98% service level, whilst also working to optimise stock levels and responsiveness. Ensuring that stock at all pukka replenishment points is in line with policy, you will also actively manage new product introduction and changes with suppliers and factories. Liaising closely with customer supply chain and demand planning to understand key activities within our customers, you will work hard to build key relationships with suppliers and operations to deliver the right stock levels to support sales.

About you

To be our successful candidate, you will have proven experience in supply chain (ideally within manufacturing or FMCG) and be able to demonstrate that you have fluent knowledge of supplier to consumer systems and processes. With a good working knowledge and understanding of excel you will be able to work quickly and accurately, with an eye for suggesting improvements to processes and systems as you go. You will not only understand the data but be able to present complex issues in a straightforward and solution focused manner, primarily because you take a pro-active approach to problem solving, both immediate and for the longer term. You will be a great team player with a flexible and adaptable approach that will focus on building relationships, getting the detail right and delivering for Pukka’s customers. If you are to be our Supply Chain Analyst you will thrive at pace, be resilient and turn challenge and obstacles into decisive and purposeful action. You’ll be someone who seizes opportunities to benefit the wider business and communications goals and be passionate about contributing to a purpose-led mission – everything you do is designed to inspire people to lead a more conscious life through the incredible power of plants.

About Pukka Herbs

Pukka Herbs harnesses the incredible power of nature through its award-winning organic and ethically sourced herbal teas and supplements.

Founded in 2001 by Tim Westwell and herbalist, Sebastian Pole, Pukka’s mission is to create a world where plants play a central role in human health and wellbeing.

Pukka is a beacon for sustainable and ethical business. All Pukka’s teas are certified Fair for Life, one of the highest independent fair trade standards in the world and many of its teas use FairWild herbs. Pukka is a B-Corporation, signifying its ongoing commitment to put people and planet ahead of profits. And over one percent of its sales are given to environmental causes around the world every year through 1% for the Planet.

How to apply

If you’re intrigued and excited by what you’ve read so far, let’s see if you have what it takes to thrive at Pukka. To apply please use the link below and attach your CV and your written answers to the questions below.

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Closing date: 11th July 2021 Pukka supports, facilitates and promotes equality of opportunity and a culture which celebrates diversity and inclusion. The diversity of our people is important for Pukka and we value and celebrate individual differences.

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