SLI Supply Planner

  • location: Melville, NY
  • type: Temporary
  • salary: $25 per hour
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SLI Supply Planner

SLI Coordinator
This is an ongoing contract role for a large scale project. Basic functions are below:
- Strong project tracking, verbal and written communication, follow-up, and Excel skills required. Will be expected to update the tracking file (Excel based) as tasks are completed. Will need to communicate progress and requirements to external teams such as Packaging, Artwork, and BSM teams.
- SAP, Supply Chain, Bill of Material knowledge suggested as primary role responsibilities will include Uptick of Codes in Make / Buy (code creation system) and maintenance and release of BOMs in PDS (system of record for Bill of Material maintenance) based on complete and concise requests for Outline creation.
- Must be comfortable working with large volumes of data and have advanced excel skills that include pivot tables, V Looks-ups and filters are preferred
Working hours are 8:30-5, Mon-Fri.


Working hours: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM


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