Passionate about working in a Dynamic Team?
WAREHOUSE ADMINISTRATION | SUPPLY OFFICER
About The Role
This role is a permanent, full-time position commencing as soon as practicable based in Parkinson (south-west of Brisbane) within our Australasian Head Office and Manufacturing Facility.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a savvy administrator with a working knowledge of logistics to shape this pivotal role into your own. You will be well supported and encouraged to take on responsibility and become a highly respected part of our small, close-knit team.
We are looking for someone who has experience in a stock/supply warehouse, store-person role and is looking for their next challenge.
Please attention your CV with three referees and a covering letter detailing your experience and your best approach to excel in this role to:
Sabine Eadie | HR & WHS Manager | firstname.lastname@example.org
Duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
Stock control of Finished Goods serialised inventory between businesses and stock locations.
Manage annual stock take of Finished Goods, WIP and raw materials.
Introduce system of regular cycle counts to control inventory. Analysis of count data to determine cause of losses/gains and make changes to resolve variations.
Maintenance of BOM in response to Change requests or study to ensure they accurately reflect material and labour content.
Development of a labour efficiency reporting tool to assist Production Management to make effective changes.
Compliance and input to the company QMS system.
Completion of Export / Import documentation and application for Certificates of Origin.
Purchasing support in the absence of the Supply Officer Procurement.
Essential/ desirable Criteria:
3-5 years’ experience in a similar role ideally in a medical product manufacturing environment.
Ability to work under pressure, prioritise and multitask.
A high level of ability in Microsoft suite, including Word and Excel – and to quickly learn our in-house CRM system.
APICS Certification will be highly regarded.