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POST DATE 8/24/2016
END DATE 11/3/2016

Superior Group Cornelius, NC

Cornelius, NC
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Bachelors Degree


Superior Group is hiring! We are seeking a Demand Planner for a Direct Placement opportunity in Cornelius, NC!

Develop of demand forecasts at multiple levels of aggregation for multiple time horizons
Review sales trends, develop forecast models and evaluate forecast results
Stays personally current on industry trends in the Demand Planning area, consumer products industry, and technology trends
Coordinate cross functional activities to reconcile significant variances and refine the forecast model to reflect update sales and marketing assumptions
Proficient in working with database reporting tools to support the demand planning process
Other demand planning responsibilities as assigned

Required Skills / Qualifications:

Bachelor's Degree
Minimum of four years' experience as a forecaster or demand planner

Preferred Skills / Qualifications:

Business forecasting or APICS certification is a plus
Strong familiarity with at least one significant Demand Planning tool (ex: Demand Solutions, Manugistics, Demantra, etc) and ERP systems functionality

Go Beyond.
EEO Employer - Minorities / Females / Disabled / Veterans / Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity.


Superior Technical Resources, Inc. provides staff augmentation, direct placement, and outsourced human resource solutions. It offers a range of staffing services, including contract staffing, direct hire, pay rolling services, onsite staffing, and Web-based vendor management programs, as well as Web-enabled automated managed service programs in engineering, design, drafting, finance, human resources, management, information technology, and other professional/technical disciplines.

The company serves aircraft/aerospace, computer, electronics, manufacturing, semiconductor, software, telecommunications, and utilities sectors.