Supply Chain Analyst

Birmingham - Calthorpe Road

Supply Chain Analyst  


Would you like to be part of an organisation which is committed to improving patient lives worldwide through education, collaboration and innovation? 

Do you want to make a difference? 

If the answer is ‘yes’ then you’re just the kind of person we’re looking for! 

We are looking for a commercially minded Supply Chain Analyst to conduct data analysis to improve our supply chain operations. Problem-solving skills and attention to detail are essential and if you have experience in manufacturing, logistics and supply chain processes, ideally in a biomedical environment, we’d like to meet you.

The role will report to our Group Planning Manager with an initial focus on developing KPIs for and identifying performance improvements in manufacturing. Over time it is anticipated that there will be opportunities to broaden the scope to include purchasing, warehousing, forecasting and customer service.


  • Develop and maintain KPI’s and dashboards
  • Develop and manage processes for supply chain operational reporting
  • Provide reports and insights for the monthly S&OP process
  • Use KPI’s and analysis of other data to generate insights and identify opportunities for performance improvements
  • Participate in projects, both as a team member and project leader, that address performance improvement issues identified
  • Collaborate with IT professionals to specify systems developments that enable improvements in reporting and access to data
  • Support the supply chain team in resolving queries and issues relating to the ERP and other supply chain systems


  • At least one year’s experience of data mining, analysis and reporting in a manufacturing, logistics or supply chain environment
  • Intermediate/Advanced Excel knowledge, e.g. charting, pivot tables, slicers, data manipulation
  • Familiarity with supply chain processes e.g. production and inventory planning, warehouse management
  • Familiarity with the constraints associated with materials and products that have limited shelf life
  • Experience as a user in an ERP system
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to frame and present insights and ideas, supported by data
  • Ability to identify and solve problems
  • Able to organise and manage own workload, including working to hard deadlines for publishing of reports

We would also prefer these:

  • Experience of working in a biomedical, pharma or similar life science environment
  • Knowledge of IFS (our ERP system)
  • Good knowledge of working with a Quality Management System

Working for us: 

Founded in 1986 by a group of former researchers based at the University of Birmingham, Binding Site is today recognised as a market leader in the development of products for the investigation of a range of disorders involving immunodeficiency. 

The Company is built on the success of its people and values them as its key asset. Integral to Binding Site is creating a diverse and inclusive culture which welcomes and creates diversity of thought, action, and innovation where all 1,200 colleagues can truly thrive. Support and continuous education is reinforced through partnerships with organisations such as Stonewall.  

With a strong focus on building a sustainable future for its workforce and local communities, Binding Site has high aspirations for continuous improvement and ensuring their people contribute to their future vision. In addition, Binding Site has recently been recognised at the 2021 Birmingham Post Business Awards, winning both “Company of the Year” and “International Trade and Export” Awards.  

Working at Binding Site means being part of a global, award-winning community that delivers innovative solutions with shared ideas and a collective dedication to improving patient lives, worldwide. 

Location: Edgbaston, Birmingham (Hybrid 3 days office base & 2 days remote working with flexibility)

Hours: 40 hrs  


  • Competitive Salary 
  • 25 days paid holiday plus bank holidays 
  • Life Assurance 
  • Medicash- Health Benefit 
  • Pension – 6% contribution