EEMA Demand Analyst Apply now + Location Czech Republic, Praha + Job ID CZ2410 + Category Supply and Demand + Language EN Regional Demand Planning team located in Prague is seeking new teammate as an expert in analytical skills and master in Excel.
The key role of the team is to ensure that we deliver high product availability at the retailers' shelves and to stay ahead of our competitors in terms of customer satisfaction and our operational efficiency.
As data infrastructure owner you will be In this role you will take the patronage over data infrastructure and tools used in demand planning in EEMEA (Emerging Europe, Middle East and Africa) as an important contributor to EEMEA forecast submission.
The ideal candidate is a result oriented and communicative person with structured and analytical thinking, high attention to detail and willingness to further develop both soft and hard skills.
He or she will work together primarily with a 5 headed demand planning team in facilitating S&OP and forecasting process for the EEMEA, with scope of the entire EEMEA region.
Role is placed in Prague, Czech Republic and reports into EEMEA Demand Planning and S&OP lead. Proficiencies you need - 3 years of working experience in similar function (demand planning, forecasting, S&OP) - Excellent English level - Demonstratable experience with databases, working knowledge of VBA is required - Proficiency in MS Excel skills are a must.
Data pivoting active knowledge (Power Pivot), confident usage & combination of IFERROR, INDEX, INDIRECT, MATCH, SUMIF, VLOOKUP and similar formulas, conditional formatting is a must.
The competences will be tested as part of selection process). - Experience or aptitude to learn Tableau and potentially Power BI - BI / Data warehousing experience is preferred - Track record of working with numerical analyses on larger amount of data - Ability to handle a fast-paced environment and adapt quickly if priority changes - Good interpersonal skills, be detail orientated and have strong organizational skills Join the global LEGO® family Children are our role models.
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