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21 Aug, 2018
Supply manufacturing with quality materials with approved specification standards and Communicate with internal and external stakeholders. Client Details A global leader in its industry maintaining its leadership by providing world class products and services. With a strong emphasis on total employee involvement, team work and supplier partnerships. Description Supply manufacturing with quality materials with approved specification standards Communicate with suppliers and improve quality of material Investigate and implement cost effective strategies Approve payment of invoices for orders received Manage Inventory control as well as providing cost/benefit recommendations Work collaboratively and influence suppliers developing new relationships. Profile Supply Chain or purchasing tertiary education will be an advantage Analytical and Problem-Solving Skills Competent Computer Skills (MS Office Suite, Pronto) ERP Experience Strong negotiation skills Technical understanding Excellent communication skills Job Offer Personal development and training opportunities Opportunity to drive change and develop new procedures, putting your stamp on the business To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Terry Jepson on +61 3 8562 5408.
MPAU Engineering Victoria, Northern Suburbs Melbourne
21 Aug, 2018
An excellent opportunity for an experienced Production Engineer to join a highly skilled team. This organisation is at the forefront of the development of cutting edge systems and technologies. Client Details Our client designs, develops and manufactures highly specialised equipment for a broad number of sectors including medical devices & research. With a heavy focus on innovation, they are consistently looking to deliver cutting edge ideas and technologies to the local and international market. Due to the increase in international demand, the need has arisen for an experienced Production Engineer to join their busy manufacturing department. Description Provide manufacturing engineering input for prototype and product manufacturing processes, assembly techniques, materials and timing considerations Accurately and appropriately document all manufactured products and test results Participate in and manage prototype and product builds Create clear assembly/test instructions and checklists Work with the production manager, project managers, system architects, quality and engineering as well as liaising with suppliers to resolve product quality issues Investigate and identify failure modes during production evaluation Interface and support project teams in the project cycle and drive a DFM culture Initiate and participate in design and manufacturability reviews Manage and execute testing of key functions to ensure system performance, including: Design verification and system testing, Environment testing, Shock, vibration and EMC testing, troubleshooting PAT and EOL testing Provide regular reports to production manager, project managers and senior engineers relating to task progress, issues encountered, solutions proposed, and required clarifications of time or scope expectations Maintain familiarity with and be able to apply current technology, design standards and industry best practises Apply and continually improve relevant sections of the Quality Management System and apply this system Profile University degree in Mechatronics Engineering, or equivalent degree or experience Strong supplier management skills with excellent communication Experience with the Design and manufacturing of high precision be spoke equipment such as medical, scientific, automotive, defence and/or consumer products Development of mechanical and environmental validation tests, testing and report generation ISO 9001 quality system and/or ISO 13485 quality systems Job Offer An excellent opportunity for any self starter to join a high performing organisation offering an attractive salary package and unlimited career potential. To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Mark McBreen on +61 3 8640 3136
MPAU Manufacturing Victoria, Inner Suburbs Melbourne, Victoria
21 Aug, 2018
MiniFAB is a leading provider of product development and manufacturing services to the global medical diagnostic market. Currently, they require a Supply Chain Manager to join the team on a full-time basis. Overview: Reporting to the Head of Manufacturing, you will provide leadership to sourcing, procurement, inventory, warehouse and logistics activities across miniFAB's entire operation. You will lead initiatives to help revolutionize supply chain management systems and processes, to align with the needs of a leading global services and manufacturing business. Responsibilities: Develop standardized processes in sourcing and procurement operations in order to establish thriving supplier relationships, with the aim of reducing lead times and material costs whilst improving the quality of product delivered at all miniFAB sites Lead the design, implementation and execution of efficient and effective inventory management systems. This will result in optimized use of working capital and accurate inventory levels to enhance internal and external customer satisfaction Develop a detailed strategy and improvement plan for warehousing and logistics operations resulting in fast and reliable import and export of goods globally Mentor and train the procurement team and other relevant stakeholders to ensure key deliverables are achieved. Requirements: Accomplished Supply Chain Management Professional with extensive experience in similar, fast-paced roles Demonstrable experience developing sourcing and procurement strategies, including growing, assessing and maintaining a reliable supplier base Strong commercial acumen and negotiation skills Experience auditing and approving suppliers Expertise in ERP systems, with the ability to develop and implement processes within an ERP system (Netsuite experience preferred) Sound knowledge of freight and logistics processes Adept Inventory Management skills Intimate understanding of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Quality Management Systems (ISO 13485 will be highly regarded) Highly developed management, influencing and leadership skills Strong work ethic and initiative, with a high degree of integrity and personal accountability This is a chance to play a pivotal role in supply chain management processes for a world leader in the global medical diagnostic market. If your skills and experience match the above criteria, then hit the apply button now. Applications in Word Format will only be considered (No PDF Documents please). Questions can be directed to Louise Bastow at Fuse Recruitment on 0403 202 811
Fuse Recruitment Victoria, Scoresby, Knox Area
21 Aug, 2018
About Adshel We are trailblazers, innovators, free thinkers. But most of all, we are connectors. Adshel connects brands to people by using the power of emotion, interactive content and the environment around us. We live and breathe our purpose 'to create the smartest connections for communities' day in and day out in everything we do. About the Role The main objective of this role is to provide Administration support to the Procurement, Development, Construction and Operations teams across Australia through the procurement and logistics process. Key Responsibilities Liaise with the Development team to create Item codes and Bill of Materials to hand over to the Procurement & Logistics Officer. Lead the Stock Take for third party depots on a quarterly basis by communicating strongly with Construction Managers and Finance. Create stock on hand reports on a regular basis and provide granular detail of particular items as required by the Development, Supply Chain or Construction team. Receive, transfer, reclaim and release stock from and to 3rd party depots as per the instruction of Construction Managers and Warehouse Managers. Monitor and transfer the Adshel stock from international warehouses to Adshel/3rd party depots by having strong communication with warehouse managers. Updating the Databases – the source of all the information into relevant company database system Knowledge, Skills, Experience & Qualifications Knowledge Sound knowledge of procurement and timelines associated with product manufacturing. Well-developed process skills Excellent written and verbal communication and organisational skills Strong time management skills Ability to work effectively as part of a team Ability to adapt and change to meet business needs and internal customer demands Ability to create, set up and document filing structure for all technical documentation. Skills Highly developed general administration skills High level computer skills including Word, Power point, Excel, Outlook Well presented, articulate and highly professional Well organised and able to prioritize work loads Experience Role with a similar team with a commercial/administration focus and a track record of success Team co-operation - operate effectively as part of a team with accountability for specific tasks Qualifications Tertiary qualifications in a business/commercial or related discipline are most welcome but not essential If you think this is the role you've been waiting for then don't delay and apply now! Don't forget to include your cover letter along with your CV outlining why you are made for this role, and why you really want to work at Adshel. If you need more information about Adshel or this role, please contact Emma on 02 84257225. Recruiters need not apply, Adshel is only accepting direct applications and have not engaged the assistance of an agency to assist in the recruitment process. If you are unsure of the status of your application please let us know.
Adshel Sydney,NSW 2000, Sydney
21 Aug, 2018
Global Pharmaceutical Leader Flexibility & opportunity to work partly from home $120,000-$140,000 + super + bonus A well known pharmaceutical company is looking for a Supply Chain Manager to join the team. Your new company A global leader in pharmaceuticals. Your new role We are seeking a pragmatic people leader to transform the way that the Supply Chain is managed; offering new strategies and approaches to deliver an outstanding customer experience. As an integral part to the organisation you will create impact & influence change throughout the business with the customer experience at the forefront of everything you do. Work collaboratively with numerous divisions across the business. What you'll need to succeed As a commercially savvy Supply Chain Manager you will come from a similar background in FMCG or pharmaceuticals. Your passion will lie with improving & implementing strategies to achieve the best possible outcome for the customer. You will be comfortable in the use of SAP. It is imperative that you will be a hands-on manager that isn't afraid of getting their hands dirty, lead by example! Key areas to your success: Experience in a Team Leader or Management position Genuine passion for developing your staff Ability to collaborate with teams across the board You will have a strong understanding of the supply chain/manufacturing To understand stock management Confident in the use of excel What you'll get in return Work for an amazing global organisation with a great office culture. Utilise your skills to develop a successful team. You will have 3 days on site free parking, flexible working hours and the opportunity to work from home 1 day a week. Monday - Friday permanent role paying $110,000 - $140,000 + super + BONUS. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Max Neilson 9249 2296. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
Hays Logistics North Shore, NSW, Port Macquarie
21 Aug, 2018
$40-45 + super per hour 6+ Month Contract Government Experience Essential Entry level role in procurement. 6 Month contract, immediate start. Call Janelle Ruston 6257 6344 Your new company Working for a federal government department your role will provide simple procurement advice and guidance to stakeholders across the department who are looking to procure services or goods. Your new role Your role will provide advice and information in line with the CPR's, accurately create purchase orders, administer contracts and panels, preparing procurement reports and upload tenders using Austender. What you'll need to succeed Prior entry level experience is preferred however our client will consider those with finance or general administration background from the APS. SAP experience highly desirable. What you'll get in return This role is an ongoing requirement and a permanent role may be possible at the conclusion of the contract. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV. For a confidential discussion please contact me directly. Janelle Ruston - Senior Manager Recruiting experts in Procurement P: 02 6257 6344 E: janelle.ruston@hays.com.au
Hays Procurement Canberra, ACT, South Canberra
21 Aug, 2018
Our client, a leading industrial crane manufacturer, supplier and service company, is looking for a Stores/Purchasing Officer Leading manufacturer, supplier and service company Attractive package and benefits Growth opportunities About the role: Reporting directly to the State Manager, you will be responsible for purchasing, as well as the day to day operations of the store. Your role will entail you to obtain quotes, purchase stock and specific items for jobs, manage supplier relationships and seek new suppliers, maintain stock levels, carry out regular stocktakes, arrange freight, receive goods, ensure all factory equipment is up to date with current service, maintenance and repairs, and ensure the factory, service area and store are clean and has a safe working environment at all times. Responsibilities: Plan and coordinate day to day warehouse/distribution operations, including inwards/outwards goods, purchasing, loading and unloading of trucks and stock control. Quality control of goods entering store for accuracy, quality and quantity. Provide timely, accurate quotations from suppliers to State Manager on materials as requested. Coordinate the purchasing of parts or equipment for job requirements, follow them through and ensure they arrive in time for production and be pro-active in following up back orders. Proactively manage and purchase stock to maintain stock level requirements on standard store items. Ensure stock accuracy through regular stock checks, stock takes and entering of accurate stock data, including Melbourne Service vehicles. Maintain a high standard of housekeeping in the store, factory and service workshop. Maintain a safe and clean working environment in all areas at all times. Carry out regular scheduled maintenance of Company Assets. Work closely with the Group Performance Manager to ensure compliance within the factory and service areas. Key Competencies · At least 2-3 years purchasing/procurement experience ideally in structural steel Excellent time management and organisational skills. Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Attention to detail and accuracy. Computer literate. Strong focus on safety and housekeeping. Strong negotiation and communication skills – Verbal and written. Team player. Current drivers licence (essential) Current LF Forklift licence High Risk Work (essential) Current DG Dogman Licence High Risk Work (advantageous) Be physically fit as some lifting is involved. If you would like to join this successful and dynamic company, apply today with your cover letter and CV (Word format only). Please note only shorlisted candidates will be contacted.
Recruit Saver North Melbourne, VIC
21 Aug, 2018
One of our premium clients based in Canberra is looking for a highly experienced and committed Procuremnt Specialist. In this role, you will be given the opportunity to make a tangible contribution to the continued innovation and success of the company. Scope of Task: An administration and procurement officer is required to support ASD Security Branch. This position will support day-to-day activities as well as major works and contracts. Knowledge of Defence procurement policies and processes is essential. Additional training will be provided where required. TSPV security clearance is required for this role How to apply Due to new privacy laws regarding the collection and handling of personal information, all applications must be submitted online. Once you click on the "apply for this job" button below you will be directed to our Online Centre where you will have the opportunity to read and agree to our Privacy and Collection statements and it will allow your details to be formally lodged and processed correctly. Alternatively, if you would like more information on the role, please contact Adrian on 02 6103 1870 or also at adrian.yates@modis.com Modis is a national professional services company with global capability. Our committed and talented professionals have delivered world class IT and business consulting services across a wide range of industries. As a member of global professional services group Adecco, we offer world-class employment opportunities. Modis is committed to all forms of workforce diversity and we invite and encourage applications from women and indigenous Australians.
Modis Australian Capital Territory, Canberra
21 Aug, 2018
Joining us as our Contract Administrator, you will have a key focus on managing the administration and governance of contracts across our NSW/ACT business. Your knowledge and experience in managing risk will see you become a valued member of our Procurement team as you look towards improving the way in which we source and engage panel contractors. You will consider yourself a strong communicator with the ability to build positive working relationships. This trait will allow you to form successful partnerships with multiple stakeholders including the broader Procurement team, Operations and Finance. Under the guidance of the Procurement Manager, key areas of responsibility will include: Maintain and manage a contract register (including administering the contract information systems). For example, contract alerts and renewals. Execute the contract administration documents and tasks to support vendor contracts throughout the contract lifecycle. Work together with the Purchasing team (operational procurement) to assist the procurement (Tactical and Strategic) team. Maintain strong relationships with internal stakeholders and work with them to identify opportunities and strategies to improve cost, quality, safety, and other key business deliverables. Support Regional sourcing and contracting activities in line with agreed sourcing strategies, with a particular focus on Contractors (Panels). Support implementation and compliance of regional contractor panels, and champion contractor management best practice within the region. Maintain all administration around contract management and reporting. Ensure the necessary contract and supplier performance management activities are undertaken and executed in a timely manner. Key skills and experience: Training and/or experience in Business Administration. Experience in a procurement role using Oracle or equivalent enterprise solution. Demonstrated experience in supplier engagement and management. Understanding of contract administration and management. Strong organisational skills and the ability to prioritise complex competing deadlines. Experience or qualifications in Supply Chain, Project Management, Procurement or Purchasing are an advantage but not essential. An attractive remuneration package commensurate with the skills and experience required for a role of this importance will be negotiated with the successful candidate. If you are interested in this opportunity please press Apply or visit http://careers.boral.com.au Boral values and is committed to creating a diverse working environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All suitable applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability or age. Boral is an international building products and construction materials group with three strong divisions: the high-performing, well-positioned materials business of Boral Australia; the fast-growing, 50%-owned USG Boral interior linings joint venture in Asia, Australia and the Middle East; and Boral North America, a scaled and growing building products and fly ash business. With its headquarters in Sydney, Australia, Boral had approximately 16,500 full-time equivalent employees (including in JVs) working across over 700 operating sites in 17 countries as at 30 June 2017.
Boral Sydney, Sydney Region
21 Aug, 2018
Purchasing Officer WorkPac is currently partnering with global mining company to source a Purchasing Officer to join their team for a contract role based in South Bank to contribute to their strategic purpose. The role would be reporting to the purchasing lead and is requiring previous experience in mining or heavy industry. This role is high volume transactional work so your experience must reflect this. The role includes responsibilities such as: JD Edwards experience (Mandatory) Purchasing experience essential Well organised / time management skills Sound knowledge of Supply Chain planning & execution Sound knowledge of, or ability to, rapidly acquire knowledge of policies & procedures in relation to the procurement function Procurement background preferred Mining Industry, or similar industry, experience Duties: Regularly liaise with operations staff in relation to purchasing requests Ensure that internal customers are informed of process, technical details, price and availability of all purchasing requests Provide feedback to customers with regard to the accuracy of purchasing requests, in order to ensure purchasing activity is streamlined and efficient and in line with Thiess policies and commercial procedures Maintain an up to date knowledge of production and maintenance plans/schedules and undertake required purchasing activities to enable timely delivery of goods Proactively follow up with customers to ensure goods/services have been received and customers are satisfied with the outcome Maintain and up-to date knowledge of items available via catalogue(s), under contract or panel agreements Investigate and develop supply sources and obtain quotations for spot purchase Undertake purchase materials, equipment, goods or services as required by the business in a timely and efficient manner Contribute to cost efficiency targets by ensuring appropriate purchasing options are considered and utilised and purchasing of goods is in line with customers specifications Required to liaise with: Internal site stakeholders to develop a robust BU-wide demand forecast for a category or group of sub-categories and External suppliers and market researchers to understand market trends and cost drivers The Role: Provides administrative support in the execution of routine purchasing activities in a timely and effective manner as instructed and in line with specified guidelines, processes and procedures. This is an immediate start for the right person with a three - six month contract and possible extension thereafter. Please HIT APPLY now if you are up for a challenge.
WorkPac Group CBD , Brisbane, Brisbane

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