• Global Supply Chain Analyst

    Location HK-Hong Kong (Asia Headquarters)
    Job ID
    2018-3251
    Position Type
    Permanent Full-Time
    Category/Function
    Supply Chain
    Brand
    Pentland Asia
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    Building a family of brands, for the world to love, generation after generation

     

    Pentland is the name behind some of the world’s best sports, outdoor and fashion brands.

     

    We own Berghaus, Canterbury of New Zealand, Speedo, Boxfresh, Ellesse, KangaROOS, Mitre, Prostar and Red or Dead. We are also the global licensee for Lacoste Chaussures and Ted Baker footwear, the UK licensee for Kickers, and are shareholders in other companies such as Hunter, Butterfly Twists, Heidi Klein and Tracksmith.

     

    We’re a third-generation, family-owned business – and we retain strong family values. We care about people, and that’s what drives our day-to-day work. Last year the Great Place to Work® Institute recognised Pentland Brands the 11th Best Workplace in the UK and the 16th Best Workplace in Europe. Our global headquarters is in the UK and we employ 2,000 people across 20 countries around the world.

     

    We believe that doing business the right way, with respect for people and the environment, is essential for ensuring our long-term sustainability - generation after generation. The Pentland values are at the heart of what we do and how we interact with the world around us.

     

    For further information, please visit www.pentland.com.

     

    Job Purpose:

    This role will support the Global Supply Chain Director (GSCD) & Global Supply Chain Project Manager (GSCPM) in the facilitation of supply chain strategy development process through data analysis, research and coordination of key stakeholders within the organization

     

    Needs to Do:

     

    • Manage Pentland Brands Tier 1 and Tier 2 sourcing data analytics and publish monthly vendor scorecard
    • Provide robust and clear data analysis and insights into Supply Chain Management to support the understanding of:
      o    Key sourcing countries, their exports and manufacturing industry dynamics in detail;
      o    Benefits of trade agreements and how we can capitalise on them;
      o    Duty savings – understanding GSP and its potential margin gain for the future;
      Driving the development of our understanding with Pentland Shipping and Logistics Operations team in Asia on where there are business benefits to our Brands in our sourcing locations;
    • Drive and develop our understanding of cost drivers movement in the following areas:
      o    Minimum wage and living wage;
      o    Transport and freight;
      o    Raw materials pricing
      o    Exchange rate and inflation
    • Collaboratively work with costing analysts and other supply chain analyst, agreeing areas for improvement and development across all Asia managed suppliers
    • Collaboratively work with our key focus markets in region to develop sourcing plans with them, to maximise our opportunities and leverage on volume.
    • Support the GSCD and GSCPM as and where required. 

     

     

     

     What you need to have

    • Degree in business, management science or information system related field
    • At least 3 years of work experience in sourcing and supply chain related field, preferably in MNCs
    • Strong analytical and research skills
    • Profound knowledge of MS Excel, knowledge of Tableau and SAP will be an advantage
    • Strong presentation and communication skills, with the ability to communicate complex information in a clear and concise fashion
    • Proficiency in written and spoken English, fluency in Cantonese and Mandarin

     

     What we need to see in you

    • A team player
    • Detail-oriented

     

     This overview gives you a feel for what you’ll be doing day to day but it’s not an A to Z.

     

     

     www.pentland.com                                     https://careers-pentland.icims.com/                                    

     

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