Executive Planner

Full job description

Planning executive is responsible to ensuring consistent inventory supply via agile, adaptable, and aligned inventory planning towards company direction with optimized cost. This role involves analyzing data, identifying opportunities for improvement, liaising with internal and external stakeholder and recommending solutions to ensure sustainable supply, optimize costs, enhance productivity, and drive growth



  • Prepare PRF Form:
  • Create and complete Purchase Requisition Forms (PRFs) to request the procurement of goods and services.
  • Ensure accurate and detailed information is provided in the PRFs, including item specifications, quantities, and delivery requirements.
  • Coordinate with internal departments to validate and finalize PRFs before submission to the procurement or purchasing department.
  • Follow up with PRF Form:
  • Monitor the status of submitted PRFs and follow up with the procurement or purchasing department to ensure timely processing and execution.
  • Address any queries, issues, or delays related to PRFs and collaborate with relevant stakeholders to resolve them promptly.


  • Analyse Stock Cover Month:
  • Calculate and analyze the stock cover month to evaluate the adequacy and sufficiency of inventory levels.
  • Identify trends, patterns, and potential risks related to stock aging and availability.
  • Collaborate with the sales and forecasting teams to adjust inventory levels and ordering plans based on stock cover month analysis.
  • Monitor Sales Trend:
  • Analyze and monitor sales trends, patterns, and forecasts to anticipate demand and adjust stock levels accordingly.
  • Coordinate with sales and marketing teams to align inventory management strategies with sales projections and market demand.
  • Prepare Stock Aging Report:
  • Generate and maintain a comprehensive stock aging report to monitor the age and status of inventory items.
  • Identify slow-moving, obsolete, or excess stock and recommend appropriate actions, such as discounts, promotions, or liquidation.
  • Share stock aging reports with relevant stakeholders, including sales, finance, and procurement teams, to facilitate informed decision-making and planning.
  • Prepare Intervention Plan for SKU with SCM and SKU Going into RTC:
  • Develop and implement intervention plans for Stock Keeping Units (SKUs) with the Supply Chain Management (SCM) team to optimize inventory levels and turnover.
  • Coordinate with the Return to Vendor (RTC) team to manage and process SKUs that need to be returned or replaced due to issues such as defects, damages, or overstock.
  • Ensure effective communication and collaboration with SCM and RTC teams to expedite interventions and minimize disruptions to operations.
  • Monitor Intervention Plan When Executed:
  • Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the intervention plan after implementation to assess its impact on inventory levels, turnover, and availability.
  • Adjust and refine intervention plans as necessary based on feedback, performance metrics, and changing inventory dynamics.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including sales, operations, and finance, to optimize inventory management strategies and improve overall supply chain efficiency.


  • Bachelor Degree in any related fields
  • Fresh graduate or Entry level
  • Excellence in Microsoft Office and related Systems

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent, Fresh graduate

Pay: RM1,800.00 – RM2,500.00 per month


  • Free parking
  • Health insurance
  • Maternity leave
  • Professional development


  • Monday to Friday