An organization is planning and managing its inventory products, equipment and preparing a proper account of it. How are they managing everything effectively? It's just because they have hired a supply planner.
A supply planner takes charge of maintaining the company's inventory supplies, ensuring sufficiency and efficiency, monitoring and counting the supplies, maintaining precise records, predicting product demands, reviewing receipts and documents, collaborating with suppliers and vendors, and providing emergency issues.
To get hired as a supply planner, you must hold a bachelor's degree in logistics, business management, or a related field with at least three years of working experience in logistics or supply management. Prior to that, you need to have some essential requirements such as advanced knowledge in analytical skills, statistical skills, communication and writing skills, and the ability to recognize and predict stock prices of market trends.
As a supply planner, you have to work for 40 hours weekly, and if any emergency occurs at the job site, you should attend and correct the situation. On average, you will get paid up to $33.09 per hour, which will vary depending on your location and experience.