Material Planning Officer

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Posted on 22 Feb 2021

Material Planning Officer


Job Highlights

  • Material Planning
  • Analyst
  • Supply Chain

Job Description


  • Prepare and provide raw and pack material forecast for suppliers
  • Work with supplier to ensure the in-time supply of new raw and pack materials to support transition
  • Manage current and new raw and pack materials transition with minimum write-off
  • Work with marketing and suppliers for new pack material development


  • Issue PR/PO to suppliers and receive acknowledge from them.
  • Issue return PO to suppliers
  • Update purchase order and good receipt for planner.
  • Regular review pending POs in the system and inform planner to take action.
  • Provide weekly material day inventory report.
  • Provide weekly FG against inventory report.
  • Provide monthly productivities report.
  • Update monthly GCS procurement key control.


  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Business Administration or related fields.
  • 2-4 years in supply planning or supply chain.
  • Able to communicate effectively with suppliers
  • Effectively manage supplier in order to ensure on-time supply of materials
  • Fluency in English  

Additional Information

Career Level
Entry Level
Years of Experience
3 years
Job Type
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Company Overview

PepsiCo is the largest food and beverage business in North America and the second largest business in the world. In spanning 200 countries, we employ approximately 285,000 people worldwide with annual revenues of nearly $60 billion. With more than 200 great brands, including household names such as Pepsi-Cola, Lay’s, Walkers, Quaker, Sabritas, Tropicana and Gatorade, we’re a food and beverage powerhouse – well equipped to grow and prosper. PepsiCo’s goal is to help its employees live life well with a comprehensive benefits package that includes health care, wellness, retirement and special discounts. We have exciting career opportunities available and welcome your application.

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