Finance Manager (Supply Chain)
From a secret recipe to a bold idea and very proud traditions, we build the future. Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) is a major fast-moving consumer goods business in Europe and the world’s largest independent Coca-Cola bottler. Across 13 countries, our employees make, sell and distribute the world’s most loved drinks brands to more than 300 million people. Some of the brands you will find in our portfolio are Coca-Cola®, Fanta®, Powerade®, Glaceau Vitaminwater®, Monster® And Capri-Sun®.
Leading brands, great people and a focus on (personal) growth that comes with it.
Do you like to be able to influence and make a difference? Does a fast paced environment suit you?
Do you enjoy working in a multi-functional environment with a desire to succeed?
At CCEP, we want to provide a workplace where people are inspired to be the best they can be. We know that engaged, motivated employees, working to their full capacity and able to reach their personal career goals, are a critical part of our Company’s long-term success.
What to expect:
The aim of PPM is to provide business partnering, analysis, and insights to drive robust, practical commercial decision making close to the market. The team acts as a support structure for Supply Chain and Central functions. The function comprises of a team of managers who engage in strategic planning, procurement, capital expenditure, project delivery, reporting and analytical activities to support all business units, supervised by Associate Directors with the main focus on enabling effective decision-making for the business. The PPM team comprises several areas of expertise. These are: Strategic Planning, Procurement, Capex, Analysis, Reporting and Project Delivery.
This role reports into the Associate Director, PPM acting as a business partner to provide planning/sourcing support using insights and analysis to drive actions related to Supply Chain production and sourcing switches.
The complexity of sourcing analysis is driven by changes in our production approach across the different non-integrated systems, business contacts and processes for each business unit along with an accelerated SKU innovation program.
- Use reports to calculate the impact of sourcing/production changes vs. budget for Co/Repack where production switches from InHouse to Co/Repacker.
- Use reports to calculate the impact of sourcing/production changes vs. budget for Intercompany where production switches from Own Production to Intercompany.
- Use SAP extracts and internal planning reports to analyse forecasted volumes/values in relation to contractual agreements with Co/Repackers/Suppliers and the implications of shortfalls.
- Create Forecast models to ensure the BU’s are aware of volume commitments and mechanisms for Take or Pay (Penalty), including the review as part of the Monthly Outlook process.
- Liaise with various Stakeholders across Finance (COE, Supply Chain Finance) and other functions (SC – Planning; SC –Commercialisation; Strategy) to ensure all relevant sourcing/production changes across Intercompany and Co/Repacking are explained in an understandable manner.
- Business partner with Central Planning team, so they can use the outcome of the sourcing analysis to support the Business through understanding the financial impact and providing strategic direction.
Skills & essentials:
- Experience working within a similar role, business partnering key stakeholders, ideally with an FMCG environment.
- A qualified Accountant, or part-qualified and working towards a recognised Finance qualification (CIMA, ACCA, ACA or equivalent)
- Advanced Excel skills
- Experience using SAP