What will your job look like?
In this position, you will be responsible to:
- Coordinate and manage the forecast and orders of the required dairy raw materials
- Manage the supply of dairy raw materials to our factories
- Ensure timely follow-up on complaints
- Coordinate the different supply security projects
- Support quality assurance in updating documents regarding materials
For thousands of people every day, we are more than just a dairy company. To our farmers, our employees, the communities we serve, the businesses we work with and the people to whom we bring happiness, FrieslandCampina means something more. For them it’s not just about what we do, but who we are.
We value talented people from any background who want to contribute to something bigger than themselves. We encourage all of our 22,000 employees to make decisions that benefit our entire company. At FrieslandCampina we own our own career and act accordingly. We trust you to make a difference in your job and influence the bigger picture. Working at FrieslandCampina means you are contributing to a better world.
You will be working in a young and active team 8 within the Butter & Milk Powder department. On a daily basis you will be in touch with people from all over the world, varying between suppliers, customer, buyers, and colleagues from other departments. You will be stationed in Amersfoort.
To be a successful in this position, you are/have:
- a Bachelor Business Economics, Supply Chain or equivalent
- 0 – 2 years of experience with supply chain / operations / logistics
- Experience with L/C’s is a pre
- Knowledge of MS Office and SAP
- Excellent Dutch and good English language skills
- a Team player
Your salary is based on the weighting of your job, your experience and your training. FrieslandCampina offers not only a competitive salary but also training and education on the job because it’s important for our people to continue to grow. After all, your development is not only good for your career; our products also benefit from it. The mutual exchange of knowledge between colleagues is also evident on the work floor. It is, after all, the most effective way to learn.