Assistant Supply Chain Analyst

  • Department: Supply Chain
  • Location: Castleford, West Yorkshire
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  • Employment Type Level: Full Time
  • End Date: 29-Sep-2017

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Do you want to be proud of the organisation you work for? Teva UK Limited is one of the biggest pharmaceutical companies in the UK, and 89% of our employees said they are proud to work for us. That’s right up there with some of the best companies in the UK.

About Teva

We’re an essential part of the UK Healthcare sector, we’re a company that makes a difference to millions of people’s lives, day in and day out. We make hundreds of different medicines, treating patients for conditions ranging from hay fever to cancer. Our key therapy areas include central nervous system conditions, respiratory, pain, oncology, mental health and urology.

Teva has over 75 years’ experience in manufacturing and marketing pharmaceutical products. In fact, we supply more packs of medicines to the NHS than anyone else.


The role is based out of our UK Head Office in Castleford, West Yorkshire, which is just ten minutes down the M62 from Leeds. We're 5 minutes walk from Glasshoughton station, in a modern distribution centre, with parking on site, employee restaurant and great facilities.

Skills & Experience

You will be ideally educated to degree level, analytically based or similar. Your studies should include Inventory analysis, Inventory Management or Control Supply Chain.  Experience with SAP ECC, SAP APO (or an equivalent) and SAP BW is highly desirable.  WMS, GMP / GDP requirements and data warehousing knowledge or experience are preferred but not essential.

Main Responsibilities

We have an exciting opportunity as we are looking to recruit a Supply Chain Analyst, who would be reporting into the Inventory Manager. The main purpose of the role is to support the implementation of inventory policies with the guidance of the Inventory Manager.

  • Work to agreed level of customer service.
  • Support the capacity management policies in place to mitigate the risk of using outside storage and product flow restrictions due to storage capacity constraints.
  • Analyse and monitor inventory at a total and SKU level to identify issues that require corrective action such as slow moving inventory, overstocks and excess stocks with the objective of reducing the risk of these going short dated and write off.
  • Complete agreed inventory management reporting including Out Of Stock for the UK business and Central Supply Chain.
  • Continuously strive to improve business performance and efficiency through the application of analytical skills and expertise