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19 Jun, 2018
Benchmark Resourcing are your Meat Industry Specialists, providing recruitment and labour hire solutions to the meat and agricultural sectors. Our skilled partners have years of experience in the meat and recruitment industries and they understand the meat market, work environment and job requirements. Benchmark Resourcing works with some of the most established clients in the meat industry. The Client: Our client is one of Melbourne's oldest commodity trading companies situated 15 minutes from the CBD. Our client has a newly created opportunity for a driven and experienced Export Documentation Clerk with high attention to detail to assist with the export process in the supportive and experienced trading team. This role will also cross over to assist in the accounting team so experience in both fields will be desired. The Role: This is an exciting opportunity to work in a collaborative environment with a focus on continuous improvement, positive attitude and employee engagement. The key responsibilities of the role will include: Preparing export documentation; Coordinating shipment movements with forwarders and shippers; Liaising with clients, transport/courier companies to guarantee the adherence to deadlines and cut off's; Document preparation, checking and data entry; Working with international companies and ports to ensure product arrival; Assist the accounting team on a needs basis The Candidate: The successful applicant will have prior experience in a similar role with siilar commodities. In addition, the successful applicant will have: It is essential that you have a strong working knowledge of meat export documentation procedures and understand the requirements set for each international country and their shipping regulations; Working knowledge of SAP partnered with strong Word and Excel skills; Works well with deadlines and can prioritise; Exceptional attention to detail; Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal; Demonstrated ability to multitask in a busy, fast paced office environment; Advanced keyboard and data entry skills; Impeccable telephone skills; A resourceful and resilient approach to problem solving; The ability to take the initiative; Be a willing member of a small, but vibrant sales team; Demonstrated ability to quickly learn new processes and systems; Interest or exposure to the food service or meat industry is essential. Our Offer This is a terrific opportunity to join a leading meat trading company who pride themselves on their culture and values. Their quality products and customer care are at the core of everything they do. Remuneration will be commensurate with your experience and skill level and the base salary will start at $50,000 plus super but is negotiable depending on your experience. Next Steps: If you meet the above criteria click on the APPLY NOW button and attach a copy of your resume in Word format outlining relevant skills for the role and 2 contactable referees. Only candidates with suitable skills will be contacted.
Benchmark Resourcing Victoria, Preston, Darebin Area
19 Jun, 2018
Range & Space Analyst | Supermarkets About Us Woolworths is proud to be Aussie, through and through. It's why 96% of our fresh fruit & veg comes from our very own backyard and it's also the reason why 100% of our fresh meat comes from Australian farms and nowhere else. Welcome to Australia's Fresh Food People! We are much more than a supermarket though, we are part of Australia's biggest retail group, Woolworths Limited, and have the most trusted food, liquor and general merchandise brands. With recent expansion into financial services and award-winning multi-channel initiatives, our innovation and customer obsession is changing the face of Australian retail. About You Woolworths people are great people. Whether we’re learning new things, seizing the initiative, or winning together our customers are at the heart of everything we do. If you’re the sort of individual who takes accountability and strives to always do the right thing for each other, our communities, our customers, and our business then we ought to connect. We are looking for a Range & Space Analyst to support our Category Managers in delivery of their range reviews, tailoring range for different communities across Australia. This will involve detailed analysis of our product and store trading patterns to identify opportunities to improve our offer across Australia. In this role you will: Ensure the customer is at the centre of the Woolworths Range Planning approach Partner with other internal teams to execute our product offer across all Supermarkets in line with our Category Review Schedule Deliver coaching on systems and processes cross-functionally as appropriate to ensure consistent outcomes that meet our high standards Produce data & reporting, alongside creating insight from this information Analyse business problems & opportunities to identify executable solutions What skills and attributes will you bring? You must have: Relevant graduate qualification (e.g. business studies or a quantitative discipline) or equivalent work experience Ability to engage with a range of stakeholders Ability to clearly communicate insights from data Determination to deliver results and to act with pace Experience in Retail or FMCG industries, particularly involving range or space planning Advanced Excel skills Want to connect? Connect with me on LinkedIn Melissa Wood We’re also social! - connect with us at #WOWcareers through LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram or via www.wowcareers.com.au
Woolworths Ltd Sydney NSW, Sydney Region
19 Jun, 2018
Service NSW Procurement Officer SNSW Grade 6 – The package includes base salary starting at $79,371, plus employer's contribution to/ superannuation and annual leave loading. Location – Support Office - Haymarket Employment Status - Ongoing Full Time About Service NSW Established in 2013, at Service NSW our vision is to be recognised as the distinctive leader in the provision of government services to the citizens of New South Wales, and we are passionate about delivering a positive customer service experience! The Service NSW team is committed to making a difference. Our work is continually calibrated against core values of passion, teamwork and accountability to ensure focus is always on the customer. Primary Purpose of the Role Support the Procurement Manager and Procurement Team in the development, implementation and operation of the Service NSW Procurement team. The role is also responsible for all aspects of raising and managing purchase orders within SAP and the management and administration of the NSWBuy Service NSW catalogue. Key accountabilities and responsibilities include: Ensure Government procurement processes and systems are adhered to in a pragmatic way, with respect to meeting Service NSW procurement requirements. Undertake the day to day and detailed aspects of supporting the procurement team and identify and implement actions to optimise the procurement teams delivery, efficiency and effectiveness, including process, system and procedural improvements.Raise all purchase orders for Service NSW, in a timely manner within best practice guidelines to ensure the effective delivery of goods and services to Service NSW. Liaise and work with all Service NSW Business Stream and other internal and external stakeholders to identify requirements for and management/administration of the Service NSW instance of the NSWBuy Catalogue – including all administration activities to ensure all users are able to fully utilise the catalogue and the catalogue is maintained at a fully operational capacity. Essential Requirements: MUST be an Australian Permanent Resident or Australian Citizen to apply for permanent roles within Service NSW. Relevant tertiary education and/or broad industry experience in the delivery of innovative procurement solutions in large public sector agencies or commercial enterprises. MCIPS accreditation or a commitment towards MCIPS accreditation within a defined timeframe is highly desirable. Expertise in contemporary category management techniques and processes and how they link to the procurement lifecycle challenges. How to apply: To apply for this role please submit an application via the NSW Government Jobs website, http://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au. When applying you need to provide: Cover letter (maximum of 1 page) Resume (maximum of 5 pages) that details your experience and how you meet the capabilities of the role. Answer all application questions Please note that your employment at Service NSW is subject to a satisfactory national criminal record check. Applications close on: Monday 2nd July 2018 [11:59 p.m.] Want to know more? Further information about this opportunity can be found in the attached Role Description, alternatively for a confidential discussion about this role please contact Mark Hales – Procurement Specialist via email mark.hales@service.nsw.gov.au. For more information about the Service NSW recruitment process, please contact Natalie Elliott via email Natalie.elliott1@service.nsw.gov.au For any questions related to technical difficulties associated with lodging an expression of interest, please contact the support line on 1800 562 679 or email support@jobs.nsw.gov.au between 8:30am - 5:00pm, Monday to Friday.
JobsNSW Sydney NSW, Sydney Region
19 Jun, 2018
CBD Based, world wide major resources projects 12 Months Fixed Term + Possible Extension! Globally recognised mining technology company About the company: An exceptional culture with minimal staff turnover, they are a large yet passionate mining technology company that values its partnerships and staff. With offices throughout Australia and worldwide, and with diverse company sectors, they continue to be a long standing industry leader and experience significant growth. The Opportunity: Reporting to the Procurement & Aftermarket Supervisor, the successful applicant will be required to manage the quote to cash cycle for sales of Spare parts for our clients Smelting, Refining and Mineral Processing Technologies supported globally. You will be joining a high performing team supporting the purchasing process providing technical interpretation of schematics and drawings. Your duties will include: Reviewing and interpreting technical specifications and drawings, providing advice to the team and Project Mangers Raise Quotes to customers Manage the Sales order process (entry of orders, expediting, shipping, invoicing) Procurement of goods and services at the best value Prepare Purchase Orders and follow up progress of orders Liaise with Customers and Suppliers Organise transport for domestic and international freight Prepare Import/Export documentation Good planning and interpersonal skill will be necessary to maintain relationships with customers and suppliers As an applicant you will have: Experience working with an major ERP system (SAP, ORACLE, PRONTO,ELLIPSE, OR EPICOR) Experience in transport logistics and purchasing - domestic and international Engineering Degree Qualified highly desirable Strong communication skills with the ability to work with technical staff, suppliers and customers Self motivation with the ability to prioritize Experience working with Spreadsheets To be considered for this position please immediately apply now or contact Lois South on 0447 900 197.
Talentpath CBD , Brisbane, Brisbane
19 Jun, 2018
Responsible ​Sourcing Specialist - Human Rights | Supermarkets About Us Woolworths is proud to be Aussie, through and through. It's why 96% of our fresh fruit & veg comes from our very own backyard and it's also the reason why 100% of our fresh meat comes from Australian farms and nowhere else. Welcome to Australia's Fresh Food People! We are much more than a supermarket though, we are part of Australia's biggest retail group, Woolworths Group, and have the most trusted food, liquor and general merchandise brands. With recent expansion into financial services and award-winning multi-channel initiatives, our innovation and customer obsession is changing the face of Australian retail. About You We believe in earning our customers’ trust by acting responsibly and doing the right thing for our people, our customers, our communities, and our environment. We are committed to upholding human rights, not only with respect to our own employees but also for workers in our supply chain. You will be part of a dynamic team that is responsible for driving the Sustainability and Human Rights agenda for all workers within our upstream supply chains. You will lead the implementation of the Responsible Sourcing Policy and its execution for the Woolworths Food Group and ​provide technical guidance and advice in relation to the human rights of workers within our upstream supply chains. ​ You will be responsible for partnering with internal teams and trading partners to ensure compliance to both the Woolworths Responsible Sourcing Policy and our Supplier Standards. Your other key responsibility will be identifying any risks or opportunities relating to responsible sourcing that are relevant to the organisation in the medium to long term, based on audit trend data as well as through extensive engagement with internal stakeholder and on occasion industry, civil society and international organisations. If you have the following skills and experience we would love to hear from you: Prior experience in the field of responsible sourcing specifically within Human Rights, compliance and auditing with a wide knowledge of global and domestic supply chain issues particularly in the high risk areas such as horticulture. Experience in identifying trends in responsible sourcing, in order to assess the risks and opportunities for Woolworths and develop/adapt to Woolworths’ businesses. Partnership Management ​Working with buyers, developers, and QA specialists to advise on results from audits. Also some interface with NGOs relating to responsible sourcing​ with demonstrated experience in working with third party certifiers. Understand the process of auditing and be able to work with suppliers on audits and the correction of non-conformances High level of Integrity​ including acting ethically, having appropriate independence, putting the organisation’s interests before personal interest. The ability to engage and communicate with all stakeholders with differing interests and priorities. The ability to recognise, understand and manage own emotions and the ability to recognise, understand and influence the emotions of others, and to manage situations where strong emotions are present. Demonstrate good business instinct and acumen and be able to use this in a variety of situations. Able to prioritise, work under pressure and meet deadlines Understand, communicate and leverage the SEDEX platform. Be able to resolve questions with suppliers, category managers, operations, other functional team members and executives within the Group. Degree or equivalent in human rights, a social discipline or related. Want to connect? Connect with me on LinkedIn Melissa Wood We’re also social! - connect with us at #WOWcareers through LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram or via www.wowcareers.com.au
Woolworths Ltd Sydney NSW, Sydney Region
19 Jun, 2018
Trusted procurement business partner in the organization to drive value and achieve business objectives. Work across a wide range of indirect categories within a Global pharmaceutical organization. Fantastic central location in Barangaroo with a flexible working environment. Roche, one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, has a fantastic opportunity for a Procurement Manager to join our organisation. You will play a key role in effectively developing and implementing best-in-class innovative procurement strategies and plans that optimise return on investment. You will provide effective and meaningful business partner support to ensure Roche achieves its objectives. Key responsibilities include: Develop and execute procurement category plans to achieve business objectives. Provide expert, strategic procurement advice to stakeholders and use your knowledge and insights to influence project directions/key decisions. Lead the pipeline of procurement projects to deliver value to the business. Act as a trusted procurement business partner by proactively driving stakeholder relationships to deepen business insights and influence. Manages projects through the end to end procurement cycle to completion, setting appropriate supplier relationship programs for key suppliers as required. Your passion for procurement and providing effective support to your colleagues and the business will see you thrive in this position. You should be degree qualified (or equivalent) in a business/commerce or related field and have previous experience in an end-to-end indirect procurement environment. Pharmaceutical experience, whilst not necessary, will be looked upon with high regard. You have a background working in a large global or multinational organization across a broad range of categories and be familiar with procurement processes. Your strong commercial acumen and communication skills will see you succeed as an effective business partner. In addition, you will be a strong influencer, negotiator and demonstrate strong analytical skills. You live Roche’s high performance culture, confident when making decisions and speaking up when you have different ideas or suggestions. In return, Roche provides an excellent range of benefits including a new, open plan office environment in Barangaroo complete with rooftop garden and complementary barista coffee. We encourage flexible working, offer a range of health benefits and are a moments walk from Wynyard Station and the new Barangaroo ferry terminal. We offer an environment where you are empowered and trusted to make decisions. We strive for excellence and extraordinary results and take a genuine interest in our people. This role is only open to candidates that have full eligibility to live and work in Australia. Roche is an equal opportunity employer. Procurement, Procurement > General Procurement
2706 Roche Products Pty. Ltd Sydney NSW, Sydney Region
19 Jun, 2018
Head up a Global leading retailer within the ecommerce sector. Must have 10yrs experience within fashion, beauty & Decor online retail. Generous salary package $250,000 - $290,000 - Negotiable Drive strategy & global growth across Fashion, Beauty/Health & Decor Sydney based role - relocation costs covered One of the leading global ecommerce giants is looking for a Head of Retail to join their rapidly growing organisation in Sydney, Australia. The purpose of the role is lead a team of Category Managers and responsible for managing top retail & merchant partners as well as working with cross-functional teams to deliver new customer experiences that matter to buyers. Your focus will be to drive the growth within the Beauty, Fashion, Health and Decor sectores by influencing market-leading data insights to evolve strategic priorities across supply and demand. Job requirements include: Bachelor Degree Minimum of 10 years experience within these areas: Internet company, ecommerce or retailer brand. Strong stockholder management, relationship building and sales skills. A track record of leading high performing teams & delivering ambitious targets Strong communication skills, verbal & written - Fluent in english Responsibilities of position: Drive adoption of growth initiatives & deliver tailored account growth plans Define clear priorities, measure progress and drive execution on new insight & learnings across Fashion, Beauty, Health & Decor P&L responsibilities across your categories Lead a high performing team of category managers to execute on strategic plans Attract and grow top retail and merchant patterns faster than the market (range/pricing optimisation, promotions, delivery, onsite merchandising) Develop the promotions playbook & calendar to deliver traffic & growth Develop new customer experiences through research and market insight Benefits & rewards: Salary base $200,000 - $280,000 (depending on experience) Uncapped superannuation plus lucrative cash bonuses Health Insurance & Platinum gym membership Company culture + global exposure + Career development The ideal candidate must have experience in executing category management strategies across an online retail business, ability to navigate corporate structures to identify decision makers and drive execution. A self motivator that is comfortable with ambiguity, creative & collaborative problem solving will be the perfect fit to the dynamic team. Shortlisted candidates will start interviewing from the 18th of June, this position must be filled by the 30th of June. Do not hesitate as this rare opportunity will not last, apply today and ensure that you are available to begin the start of a new adventure. Paula Moubarak 03 9666 1555
Retailworld Resourcing Melbourne, VIC, Melbourne Region
19 Jun, 2018
We're on the hunt for a top Category Manager to join our fast paced, top performing Exclusive Brands Team! Be part of Aussie e-Commerce's future! Are you up for an adventure which guarantees to drive and push you to your limits? Are you ready to challenge everything and use analytics to drive your decisions? Do you want to be part of Australia’s e-commerce future? We’re Kogan.com - pioneers of Australian e-commerce. We were born in a south-eastern suburb Melbourne garage in 2006 from a young entrepreneur's idea to revolutionise the supply-chain to make the latest products more affordable. Now, we’re the largest Australian pure-play online retail website with hundreds of thousands of visitors each day and a customer base of over a million Aussie shoppers. Our success is built off technology and digital efficiency to make the most in-demand products and services more affordable and accessible for all Australians. In our team, we thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced, high-performance culture where we work hard and play harder. We aren’t afraid of change, we embrace it. We love being pushed outside our comfort zone and being challenged to continuously deliver the best value to our customers and that sets us apart from the rest. About The Team Are you excited by hard and rewarding work? And the prospect of losing lots of sleep thinking about how to delight customers through supply chain innovation and exciting new products? If yes, you could be the right fit to join the team that pioneered eCommerce in Australia. This is an opportunity in our Exclusive/Private Label Sourcing Team. Our Exclusive Brands are an integral part of our product range - after all, this is how our business started! You’ll be playing a crucial role in ensuring that we have the latest and most in-demand products in our warehouses and ready to delight customers. Your passion for the eCommerce world of retail and technology will be glaringly obvious, and you’ll use that passion to drive our product selection. The online retail market is fast-paced and constantly evolving, so being able to quickly react to changes in demand and market trends is essential for success. About The Role You will need to be prepared to manage the end-to-end supply chain for our Exclusive Brands. This includes: Market research & analysis Demand determination Identifying hot products Building relationships with off-shore manufacturers, suppliers and vendors. Negotiating commercial outcomes Assisting with the development of marketing strategies Ensuring timely import of products and stock management You should be/have: At least 3 years previous experience as a Buyer or Category Manager in the retail (or similar) sector - bonus points if you’ve had exposure to Private Label product sourcing before. University Degree qualified in a relevant field (commerce, analytics, maths, accounting, IT, buying, etc) Highly analytical and ready to delve into data - being able to evaluate offers and products quickly to determine if they’re of value to our customers is key. A strong negotiator who’s ready to fight for the best commercial outcomes so that we can offer market leading pricing to our customers. A multi-tasking ninja - we expect you to juggle 50 different tasks at once without dropping the ball (we’re not kidding). A whiz with Microsoft Excel (we’re talking VLOOKUP and pivot tables, not SUM and AVERAGE - and we will test your capabilities). Tech savvy and ability to use various IT and cloud-based tools to improve efficiency and productivity Ready to challenge, be challenged, and work within our highly disruptive business model. Think you've got what it takes to help shape Australia's eCommerce future? Upload your CV and an introductory cover letter outlining why you want to work for us! Generic cover letters don't cut it here. Make it personal and highly specific to the role. Heads up! Kogan.com is a fast-paced business - our vacancy close dates are subject to change. We will assess applications as they are received, so don't wait to apply! All new Kogan.com employees are required to have full-time Australian working rights on an ongoing basis.
Kogan.com Melbourne CBD, VIC, 3205, Melbourne
19 Jun, 2018
A highly regarded State Government Department is seeking an experienced Senior Procurement Officer. About Our Client Kingston Human Capital has been engaged by one of Queensland’s leading Government Departments to assist in sourcing an experienced Senior Procurement Officer for a six-month contract with possible extension. About the Senior Procurement Officer Role, you will: Work with internal and external stakeholders to determine procurement needs and delivery requirements Deliver adequate analysis and planning within the Department to enable effective supplier negotiations Provide accurate, comprehensive and timely reports on procurement activities Build a strong network of government partners that Foster collaboration and teamwork to deliver mutually beneficial strategic outcomes Build strong relationships across the range of multi-disciplinary internal customers, displaying a high level of interpersonal skills in communication, consultation and negotiation As the successful candidate, you need to: Demonstrate experience with State Government procurement Possess advanced analytical capabilities Possess excellent stakeholder engagement skills What's in it for you? Generous Hourly Rate Exceptional Team Kingston Human Capital are proud to support Queensland Government We cover all Accounting Roles: Management Accountants, Business Analysts, Financial
Kingston Human Capital Brisbane CBD, QLD, 4000, Brisbane
19 Jun, 2018
Great opp to join this fast-paced supportive environment where you can showcase your Inventory and Import knowledge. Dandenong location The Client: This well-known and established industry leader pride themselves on delivering exceptional customer service and quality products. They continue to achieve success and growth and are committed to providing innovative products within the wholesale market. The Role: Due to recent changes, they are currently seeking a suitably experienced candidate to become an integral part of their team. This is a vital position as you will be required to undertake a variety of tasks as well as working closely with the warehouse team and senior management. The Responsibilities: Manage inventory to maintain required stock levels Liaise with warehouse, management and transport companies Update spreadsheets daily and weekly of stock delivered Raise purchase orders and check pricing Maintain shipping schedule and communicate timelines with relevant staff and customers Support warehouse manager and provide general administrative tasks as required The Skills Required: Exceptional communication, organisational and time management skills Previous experience in a similar role Purchasing and shipping experience would be a definite advantage Motivated and a team player The Culture: Supportive and team oriented working environment Fast paced and dynamic company The Benefits: Work close to home with onsite parking Life balance The Process: To apply please press the apply now button and submit your resume or email linda at linda@ellebelle.com.au. For further information please call 03 9553 4436 with reference number 734294
elle belle recruitment Melbourne, VIC, Melbourne Region

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