Demand Planner

Job ID 2022-2941
Category
Accounting & Finance
Job Locations
US-IL-Chicago
Workplace Arrangement
Hybrid

Overview

We are seeking a Demand Planner to support Shure's mission to be the most trusted audio brand worldwide by enabling data driven decision making based on demand forecasts. 

 

The Demand Planner, will work closely with Sales, Marketing, Supply Planning, and IT associates to develop and communicate demand forecasts for assigned markets and products within Shure’s monthly Sales and Operations Planning Process. A leader on a global team, the Demand Planner will actively refine Demand Planning processes and tools.

Responsibilities

  • You will lead the development of the demand forecast.
    o Own customer, order, and sales data within SAP Integrated Business Planning (IBP).
    o Analyze forecast bias and other data to drive demand forecast refinement.
    o Plan for product transitions, distribution channel changes, promotional activity, and other changes in demand with Sales and Marketing.
  • Present changes to the demand forecast and underlying assumptions within the monthly Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) Process to a cross-functional audience.
  • Reconcile demand volatility and impact on inventory with Supply Planning.
  • Evolve processes and tools to provide increasing value.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s or equivalent degree in Supply Chain, Operations, Marketing, or related field
  • 3-5 years of experience in Sales Forecasting, Demand Planning, or Financial Planning Preferred
  • Prior experience with SAP IBP Demand Planning or other forecasting tool
  • CPIM certification preferred
  • Demonstrates independence, curiosity, and analytical skill
  • Demonstrates superior presentation and communication skills, can tailor timely communication by audience
  • Knowledge of the audio industry, relevant markets and products preferred
  • Occasional Travel

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