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2022-09-16 14:44:14

Parts Follow Up Analyst

40 hours per week
Reference: 48223
Niek D'Hondt
Senior Recruitment Manager
09/241 87 96
09/241 87 96
Technical Engineering Ghent
Chaussée de Bruxelles 92, 9090 Melle

As a Parts Follow Up Analyst, you can count on a competitive salary complemented by an attractive and diverse package of fringe benefits:

- Meal vouchers of €7.65 per day worked

- Eco vouchers of € 250 per year on the basis of the applicable collective labour agreement

- Hospitalisation & work accident insurance

- The company provides 20 days of statutory holiday and 20.5 days of reduced working hours, 1 day of seniority leave per 5 years of seniority with a maximum of 4 days

- Participation in the CNH Industrial performance and leadership bonus plan in accordance with your job level

- Gift voucher

- Bicycle allowance of €0.24 per km or public transport (train/bus) 100% reimbursed as well as commuting allowance up to a monthly salary of €5,500 gross

- Internet paid by the employer from grade 13

- A mobile phone and laptop will be provided if required by the position

- Extra holiday allowance: annual salary x 13.99 instead of the usual 13.92

In addition, you can count on numerous non-financial benefits:

- Discounts on the purchase of cars from the Fiat ("FCA") group and numerous other discounts (e.g. chain shops, sports brands, amusement parks, etc.)

- Company restaurant with extensive offer at democratic prices

- Possibility to work from home 12 days a month with a telework allowance of € 2 per day (if at least 5 days telework per month)

- Optional bicycle lease

- Social fund that provides cover on the basis of partial employee solidarity and partial employer sponsorship in the event of tragic events in an employee's life

- Carpool policy with guaranteed ride home

- In order to promote togetherness and also to stay active in sports, there is a possibility to join a sports team in the following disciplines: paddle, tennis, fishing, running, cycling, etc.

- A modern and extensive machine park that provides an extremely instructive working environment full of technical challenges for an engineer

- Centrally located in the heart of Zedelgem, close to the station

- Personalised people-oriented support throughout your projects


As a Parts Follow Up Analyst, you are responsible for maintaining a constant flow of parts to the production department:

Some of the tasks:

- You ensure close cooperation with suppliers in order to get purchased goods to the right place at the right time and in the right quantities

- You try to minimise logistical costs by optimising the flow of purchased goods

- Here you take into account: production, raw material deliveries, supplier authorisation, just-in-time delivery

- During this continuous process, you are also responsible for the control and shipment of materials or tools to suppliers or customers

- As a Parts Follow Up Analyst, you will be a specialist in negotiating and handling delivery issues

- You report delivery promises, are able to propose corrective measures and can implement them where necessary

- To this end, you cooperate with internal organisations

- You have a creative, positive result-oriented attitude to solve all (un)foreseen problems as a result of changes in planning, late releases from the Engineering Department


Our client is an international manufacturer active in 5 sectors: agricultural machines, construction machines, trucks & commercial vehicles, special vehicles and engines & transmissions. Worldwide, this organisation employs more than 35,000 people in 35 factories and 20 research and development centres. In addition, they can count on 2000 dealers spread over more than 121 countries. In the department in Zedelgem, more than 3000 employees are responsible on a daily basis for the design, production and after-sales service of combines, balers and forage harvesters. In addition, thanks to 110 years of know-how and experience, Zedelgem is the training centre for Europe. The company culture of this organisation is characterised by a no-nonsense and hands-on approach where entrepreneurship is highly valued. In addition, this organisation focuses on sustainability and employees are co-trained so that the intended objectives and priorities are achieved within this framework.


- You have a bachelor's degree or equivalent through experience

- Experience with internal logistics processes is a plus

- You are stress resistant and can set priorities

- Knowledge of planning systems (ERP or SAP) is an advantage

- You have the ability to make contact and have a commercial flair

- You are assertive and have a sense of initiative

- Reading and understanding invoices/shipping notes is part of your capabilities

- You have a good knowledge of English/Dutch and French, knowledge of German is an advantage

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