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14 Dec, 2018
Procurement Officer Job on 10 month contract in Northern Sydney Your new company Your new company is a public sector organisation based in Northern Sydney.. Your new role As the Procurement Officer, you will be responsible for supporting the effective management of a subset of categories designated by a Category Manager. The position will assist with managing supplier relationships within the categories, conducting commercial negotiations with suppliers for contracts and executing end to end tendering and evaluation process within the public sector environment. What you'll need to succeed In order to be considered for this position, you will have the following experience: Experience in procurement and category management in a large and complex organisation. This includes strong knowledge and experience working with commercial and contract negotiations and contract and supplier management. Demonstrated contract management experience including interpreting contract terms and managing performance Strong analytical skills including the ability to analyse and interpret information, prepare written reports, deal with challenges creatively and achieve business focused solutions. Previous experience of creating and managing large panel arrangement contracts would also be a distinct advantage What you'll get in return In return you will get a 10 month position with an Immediate Start in a Northern Sydney Location. 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 Laura Keegan on 02 9249 2202 for more information or email laura.keegan@hays.com.au. 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 New South Wales, North Shore
14 Dec, 2018
6 Month Fixed Term Procurement and Contract Administration Job Available with a Salary up $75,000 + Super! Your new company Your new company is dedicated to assisting vulnerable people in need to develop their skills and help them reach their full potential to living an independent life and feeling empowered within their community. Your new role In your new Procurement and Contracts Administrator Job you will provide administrative support to the Contracts and Procurement Manager and ensuring that the department responds in a timely fashion to any enquiries it receives. This Procurement and Contracts Administrator is also responsible for the document repository and implementation administration for any of the procurement and contracts initiatives introduced to the business. What you'll need to succeed In order to be considered for the position of Procurement and Contracts Administrator you will have the following: General knowledge of procurement systems Relevant qualifications and/or experience in administration Excellent organisation skills and an eye for detail General knowledge of business to business contracts High level of computer literacy What you'll get in return In return you will receive a 6 month fixed term contract with potential to go to perm with a organisation helping vulnerable people within the community. 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 for more information call Laura Keegan on 02 9249 2202. 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 New South Wales, Western Sydney
14 Dec, 2018
Bring your wharf transport operations, and admin skills to this progressive container transport business Your new company As a major transport provider, our client has been servicing the import, export and freight forwarding communities for over 40 years and have built a proud reputation around service and know-how. They are expanding and currently recruiting for wharf transfer operators to join their team for their busy depot in the Western Suburbs of Melbourne Your new role The Wharf/Rail Operations member will need to be a highly motivated transport operations and administration person. Working in a small team to ensure the safe and profitable supervision of our client's operations. This role reports directly to the Wharf/Rail Fleet Controller and Victorian Transport Manager. This is a full-time role in providing assistance in the day to day operations of this busy and well-respected transport company, specialising in containerised transport and associated depot services. This role is pivotal in linking the daily operational functions and administration tasks in providing for up to date and accurate reporting, along with communicating with industry and internal stakeholders in achieving cost efficient operations and customer service in support of the entire transport team. What you'll need to succeed It is expected you will have a background in container transport or cartage coordination in a freight forwarding environment with understanding of processes and documentation associated with container transport.Along with complying to task deadlines within this fast paced and demanding industry with exceptional exposures to *** Must have full working rights *** Wharf Time Slot booking systems Empty Park Slot Booking systems 1-Stop and Container Chain applications In house Transport Operational System, Cargo wise and/or Translogix Data Entry of Run Sheets, Invoicing and Spreadsheet Experienced Customer Service The above is not limited to in overall position duties, but are prerequisites in consideration of your application, along with your desire to broaden your experience in allocations and planning. 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 us now. only suitable candidates will be called back.
Hays Victoria, Western Suburbs Melbourne
14 Dec, 2018
Excellent opportunity for a Purchasing Officer to gain defense category experience. Client Details A global leader with products that service the Automotive, Defence, Transport, Rail, Marine, Mining, Construction and Industrial markets. Description Supply manufacturing with quality materials with approved specification standards Communicate with suppliers and improve quality of material Work collaboratively and influence suppliers developing new relationships Processing new part set up in the ERP system Work closely with stakeholders to ensure acuracy of materials. Profile Experience in using ERP systems Must have Intermediate computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook Software Proactive and driven to be innovative Proactive and self-starting, takes responsibility for own actions Forges useful partnerships with departments and external suppliers Establishes and maintains relationships Job Offer Opportunity to work with people from all over the world Personal development and an opportunity to grow a global business Attractive salary package Personal development and training opportunities To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Matthew Weston on +61 3 8562 5420
MPAU Engineering VIC, Australia
14 Dec, 2018
About the Company Global food & fragrance manufacturer located in the Outer Southern suburbs of Adelaide. About the Role: The Purchasing officer / Materials Planner will be responsible for the planning and management of raw material inventory levels in a way that is effective in meeting production schedule requirements, whilst taking into account overall supply chain efficiencies and working capital targets. Key Responsibilities: Ensure the Suggested Purchases are actioned on a daily basis to ensure future demand is covered Monitor Purchase Order delivery dates to ensure the timely availability of materials so that production schedules are not compromised Review & action supplier delivery confirmations - make any necessary changes, advise planning and production if orders cannot be met Liaise with Suppliers, Procurement, R&D, other supply chain team members to minimise schedule disruption due to RM issues Review Safety Stocks, MOQ’s & Lot Sizes on a periodic basis as determined by the Supply Planning Manager Manage run-out raw materials and change over to alternatives. Ensure inventory levels are maintained at predetermined levels Failed stock from Q.A, damages and incorrect deliveries are processed daily, if required new stock is arranged to be delivered ASAP Ensure credit claims are processed Ensure Procurement is notified of vendors with performance issues Ensure timely ordering of new raw material/packaging items by effective liaison with relevant functions KPI reporting Qualifications, Skills and Experience: Solid understanding of basic supply chain theory coupled with hands on inventory / materials planning experience Intermediate to Advanced ERP knowledge, SAP preferable Must have a strong business understanding and insight Competencies Required Strong Analytical, Planning, Influencing & Negotiation Skills Is able to challenge the process to strive for continuous improvement Excellent communication and interpersonal skills that exemplify professionalism in both internal and external environments and enables effective ways of working with people from different functions and levels Motivated with a drive to succeed in a demanding and challenging working environment Excellent problem solver with the ability to tackle complex issues and work to tight deadlines to achieve desired outcomes . Location : Lonsdale Reporting to : Demand & Supply Lead To be successful in obtaining this position, the ideal candidate will have previous experience as a Purchasing officer and having an understanding of the Food manufacturing industry would be preferred. Please contact Matt or Kathryn, within business hours, on 83674180. Only persons with work rights in Australia will be considered for this role.
Kelly Services 29, Westpac, 91 King William Rd, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
14 Dec, 2018
A unique opportunity to join a leading global consultancy in the Supply Chain Logistics industry with a dynamic and growing business. Client Details Our client is a leading global consultancy firm with a new entrance into the Australian market. Following the successful win of some projects in supply chain and procurement, they are currently looking for a self-driven consultant to work on the up-coming projects in relation to Procure to Pay Process. Description You will play a significant role in delivering the client engagement and defining the evolution of the practice. Your major responsibilities will include but are not limited to the following: Evaluate the work at hand, consider the requirements, available time, and resource constraints, and determine work approach along data and information requirements to complete the work. Set clear project goals consistent with the overall project mission - involve consulting team and peers in this process and consult with management team regularly Target the appropriate resource for the assignment, identify tasks and responsibilities, establish overall guidelines for completion, and then properly assign the work. Develop project plans by establishing accurate and realistic schedules and time lines. Delegate tasks as appropriate and oversee execution of the project plans to achieve expected outcome in a timely, efficient and high quality manner. Profile You will be a highly motivated and driven professional with previous experience in a consultancy role. Additionally, you will possess: Minimum 2-5 years of experience in a management consulting firm Broad experience over a diverse range of industry functions and/or across multiple industries Demonstrated capability to develop a deep understanding of industry issues, trends and technologies A bachelor's degree or MBA in finance, accounting or economics from a respected university, with evidence of academic and professional achievement Demonstrated leadership skills and aptitude; track record of personal and professional success Entrepreneurial in professional approach, with an approach to building business while making it a better place to work Outstanding written and oral communication skills, time management skills and attention to details Job Offer Open ended contract Attractive remuneration Global management consultancy with a rapid growth To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Christine Wen on +612 8836 0745
Michael Page International Pty Ltd Auburn NSW 2144, Australia
14 Dec, 2018
people2people are collaborating with the NSW Government who are currently seeking a Procurement Officer on a 3 month assignment located in Cardiff / Newcastle region THE ROLE You will be responsible for providing end-to-end procurement assistance for the infrastructure & assets management team specifically relating to implementation. Ensuring the implementations are being met within time frames and adhering to government policy Providing assistance for the team in tender management, supplier section, contractor and customer performance activities Implement the Division's Frameworks through all phases of procurement i.e. tendering Create various reports on the end-to-end process to present to senior Stakeholders ABOUT YOU To be eligible for this role you must have: Thorough knowledge of the NSW Government policies & procedures Prior work experience in end-to-end Procurement roles & Tender Management experience Senior Stakeholder engagement experience To apply for the role, click the appropriate link on this page or call Brad Donald on 8270 9772 for a confidential discussion
People2People Auburn NSW 2144, Australia
14 Dec, 2018
Location: Rydalmere, Australia About Thales Thales people provide armed forces customers with operational advantage at every decisive moment throughout the mission. Defence and armed forces customers rely on us to deliver the full range of defence mission systems solutions at land, sea, and air. Our platforms extend across the battlespace including Above and Sonar, Electronic Combat, and Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance systems. We’re inventing the future, right here, right now, at Thales. We design the critical security solutions of tomorrow by combining the curiosity to explore, the intelligence to question and the vision to create. Together we solve complicated problems by combining our experience in the market with our leading research and development capabilities. About Our Site Our Rydalmere site is home to over 500 employees working across Ground Transportation Systems, Maritime and Secure Communication & Information Systems. With an onsite subsidised cafeteria, a free and well equipped gymnasium and free onsite parking our Rydalmere facility is conveniently located close to Parramatta and Ryde. There are also ferry, bus and train stations within easy walking distance. Our Opportunity Based in Rydalmere Sydney, leading a team of 25, the Production manager role is responsible for the management of the Acoustics Production Team within the Operations Group of the Under Water Systems Business Line, which is part of the Thales Australia Maritime Business Unit. Responsibilities Maximising Customer Satisfaction through delivery of Acoustics components and products on time, to budget and in accordance with all appropriate quality requirements including ISO9001 and other applicable international and national standards Optimising the internal performance of the Acoustics Products Supply Chain, to ensure the supply chain remains internationally competitive. Managing and maintaining the Master Production Schedule and Rough Cut Capacity Plan. Applying and maintaining LEAN principles in the context of continuous improvement. Demonstrating leadership in HSE to ensure a safe workplace is maintained. Managing the team to ensure the team size and skills matches the workload and skills mix required as it evolves. About You You hold the following skills and attributes: 5 years experience leading a production team in a manufacturing or operations environment. University degree qualified in a relevant field, preferably engineering and/or production management. Sound skills, knowledge and experience in Lean Manufacturing, People Management (inc: Coaching), Performance Management, Quality Assurance and Continuous Improvement. Experience with manufacturing of complex small electro-mechanical assemblies in small to large quantities and/or materials processing. Special Requirements The position is dependent on the candidate eligibility to obtain a Defence Security Clearance. The suitable candidate needs to be ITARS cleared; therefore Thales needs to know if you hold any passport other than Australian, or have dual citizenship. You will also need to successfully clear a pre-employment medical and police check. Culture & Benefits at Thales Thales can offer you a variety of interesting and challenging work. We support our employees to develop professionally and succeed. We are a growing global organisation so hiring from within is our first priority, ensuring all our employees are given every opportunity to develop and build their career. We offer a variety of initiatives that support your wellbeing such as flexible work practices, salary sacrifice, novated leasing and purchased leave. Thales is committed to providing an inclusive workplace where the very best talent in Australia chooses to work, we encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. At Thales we provide CAREERS and not only jobs. With Thales employing 65,000 employees in 56 countries our mobility policy enables thousands of employees each year to develop their careers at home and abroad, in their existing areas of expertise or by branching out into new fields. Together we believe that embracing flexibility is a smarter way of working. Great journeys start here, apply now!
Thales Rydalmere NSW, Parramatta Area
14 Dec, 2018
Exciting Opportunity for Experienced FMCG Production Manager in Melbourne Inner City Location Your new company Your new company is an established manufacturer in the food industry with sales streams in retail, online, corporate and events. Committed to creating premium products and experiences as well as contract packaging and production, this company is going through growth and development, strengthening their market proposition by attracting and retaining high quality team members to deliver their business objectives. Working with huge brands in the market, Your new role Reporting to the Business Director, you will have exceptional people management skills with a drive for process improvement and capabilities to increase volume, capacity and performance. Manage production across 24/7 operations during peak season Apply lean manufacturing processes for continuous improvement Provide leadership to production team to achieve targets Maintain a safe working environment Collaborate with the wider business in Supply Chain, Marketing and Sales for business growth What you'll need to succeed You will have strong management experience with a developmental focus on people and processes Tertiary qualified in Engineering, Manufacturing or Technical Food discipline Minimum 5 years' experience in Production management Demonstrated success with continuous improvement projects Strong communication and coaching skills HACCP, GMP, BRC, HSEQ experience Premium food product experience, ideally confectionery Full working rights in Australia What you'll get in return You will be rewarded with a fantastic opportunity to join a company with exciting growth and development, positive culture and rewarding perks. 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 if this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please email Sally Suy on sally.suy@hays.com.au for a confidential discussion on your career.
Hays Victoria, Northern Suburbs Melbourne, coburg
14 Dec, 2018
In this varied role as Purchasing Officer you will be supplying internal customer goods and services ensuring the purchasing process is followed. You will be sourcing and negotiating relevant commercial conditions with suppliers. The role is due to commence immediately and for a proposed period of 8 weeks in a full time capacity. Key Responsibilities: Create, authorise and process purchase orders Follow up orders, contracts and supply plans working closely with suppliers and internal stakeholders Create appropriate purchasing procedures and policies as required Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with suppliers Generate reports as required Fleet management About you: Experience in the purchasing field Strong commercial negotiations experience Excellent attention to detail and accuracy Proactive and results orientated Excellent verbal and written communication skills We will be interviewing suitable candidates as they present. Please do not delay your application or alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Karin Goeweil on 03 9699 2880 for further information.
Becks Wiggins Stokes Melbourne, inner suburbs, Victoria, Inner Suburbs Melbourne

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