Procurement Management Jobs In Melbourne

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  • Category Specialist - Power tools

    Category Specialist - Power tools 12 months full time fixed term contract (maternity leave) Excellent team environment and supportive management Convenient office location based in Scoresby A division of Wesfarmers Industrial and Safety, Blackwoods is Australia™s leading supplier of industrial, electrical and safety products. Our customers include many of the country™s largest and leading companies who all rely on Blackwoods to provide ˜All their Workplace Needs™. We believe in providing outstanding service to our customers through fantastic people and a culture built on strong relationships. An opportunity has become available for an experienced and enthusiastic Category Specialist in Power tools to join our Merchandising team in a 12 months fixed term contract Working alongside an experienced team, the role will be responsible to develop, coordinate and implement strategic activities to deliver the right selection of products at the right price to achieve revenue and profitability targets. Reporting directly to the National Category Manager, your key drivers will focus on Supporting category plan execution to drive market-share, revenue and profit growth Providing research, evaluation and application of market intelligence in category activities Collaborating with suppliers to improve customer engagement and commercial outcomes As guided, lead, perform and drive designated activities, processes and functions As our successful candidate, you will demonstrate Keen interest in developing a career in productcategory management within a fast paced B2C andor B2B environment. Exceptional ability to build strong working relationships and engage senior stakeholders Outstanding problem solving, analytical and negotiation skills Ability to learn new tasks quickly and work in a fast paced environment Tertiary qualifications in marketing, business andor sales will be highly regarded Strong excel skills will be highly regarded In return we will be rewarding you with a range of benefits including a competitive salary package and genuine career progression opportunities inside a dynamic and exciting work environment with a market leader Don™t want to miss this opportunity? APPLY NOW WIS promotes and adheres to the principles and practices of diversity

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Sourcing/Purchasing Specialist

    Senior SourcingPurchasing Specialist Go Ahead Group is a national provider of Trades Services to the Construction, Manufacturing, Engineering and Warehousing Industries Australia wide. Go Ahead group are committed to strict WHS procedures and are an equal opportunity employer. We encourage members of the Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander people to apply for our positions. One of our valued clients is the largest Diesel Engine manufacturer in the world. With offices around Australia they need an experienced Senior SourcingPurchasing Specialist to join their team at Scoresby. This will start as a casual role 5 days Monday to Friday for an initial 12 month period with a view to permanency with this large international company. The Role International Company Good rates and conditions 12 months + You will need the following Skills Experience In order to be considered for this position you will needhave Self-starter able to work autonomously Experience in independently carrying out sourcing activities with full consideration for the impact they have on the end to end supply chain Experience in sourcing and commodity strategy formulation Experience in preparing and presenting to senior purchasingsourcing leadership recommendations of improvement opportunities and alternative courses of action Experience in price benchmarking, vendor management, industry and market analysis, process analysis, and model building Able to deal successfully with internal and external customers and stakeholders Able to negotiate select contracts Confidence and experience in being able to present to Senior Management Ability to follow company policies and procedures Reliable, punctual with proven employment record Upload your resume with contact details of 2 work referees. Paul 0488337714

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Procurement Specialist

    Procurement Specialist About the Role The Procurement Specialist will be responsible for the procurement and management of high quality property and facilities management related goods, materials and services for Cushman Wakefield on behalf of our various client accounts to ensure the best value cost outcome with timely delivery. What You Will Do Conduct procurement in accordance with procurement policy and process to meet agreed objectives, deadlines whilst ensuring agreed guidelines are adhered to. Investigate and develop supply sources Generate analysis and reports, including spend, supplier and market analysis to allow for optimum decision making, whilst considering total cost of ownership Prepare Procurement Strategy and Evaluation Plans for approval by clientinternal stakeholder Assist in any new client transitions as required Conduct analysis and prepare Evaluation Reports and recommendations and establishment of savings measurement Manage implementation process for new contracts Contribute to cost reduction opportunities through process improvement, innovation, and aggregation of clients and purchasing volume where possible Update database and files to reflect all changes to client information and contract status Maintain up to date records by keeping catalogue files, communication and contractorderapproval files and price files Continuously challenge suitability of all processes for the purposes of continuous improvement Work within a team environment to deliver the best value for money outcome for client requirements About You Experience in propertyfacility services will be highly regarded Experience in a similar procurement or supply chain position, ideally within a facilities management environment Preferred tertiary qualified with either a relevant business degree or equivalent Proven track record in the delivery of high quality research and data analysis for procurement Experience in financial modelling (business case analysis, NPV) Proven ability to support source-to-contract initiatives including participation in face-to-face negotiations and drive discussions to meet desired outcomes. Strong ability to influence, manage key stakeholder expectations and clearly express ideas, concepts and models to a variety of clients Exceptional presentation skills Systems knowledge such as JDE Exceptional skills in MS Office suite Alibility to identify and deliver solutions to enhance performance of the procurement organisation Ability to manage numerous projects concurrently, while remaining calm under pressure As an equal opportunity employer, Cushman Wakefield encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and female candidates to apply. Cushman Wakefield promotes safety at all times. Cushman Wakefield is a leading global real estate services firm that helps clients transform the way people work, shop, and live. The firms 43,000 employees in more than 60 countries help investors optimise the value of their real estate by combining global perspective and deep local knowledge with an impressive platform of real estate solutions. Cushman Wakefield is among the largest global commercial real estate services firms with revenue of 5 billion across core services of agency leasing, asset services, capital markets, facility services, global occupier services, investment asset management, project development services, tenant representation, and valuation advisory. To learn more, visit cushmanwakefield.com.au and follow CushWakeaust on Twitter.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Inventory/Office Administrator

    Job Advertisement “ InventoryOffice Administrator Established in 1979, Regency Fireplace Products, the flagship brand of FPI Fireplace Products International Ltd., is a world leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of quality, high efficiency gas, wood and bio-mass fireplace products. We are headquartered in Delta, British Columbia and employ over 400 people across North America Australia. Come and develop your career while enjoying our fantastic culture that promotes mutual respect, integrity and teamwork. JOB SUMMARY In this dynamic, fast-paced environment, the Inventory Office Administrator plays a key role in maintaining branch inventory, including ordering stock from head office and suppliers, supporting cycle and other inventory counts, and utilizing the ERP system to perform various other tasks. In addition, this position is responsible for attending to all branch-level accounts receivable matters, as well as acting as a backup for branch-level accounts payable matters. Reporting to the Branch Logistics Manager, the Inventory Office Administrator liaises with various departments at the branch and head office including Finance, Inventory, and Human Resources. DUTIES RESPONSIBILITIES Inventory Monitor branch inventory levels order unitsaccessoriesspare parts from head office andor suppliers and coordinate delivery as needed Support the Branch Logistics Manager in conducting Cycle Counts and investigating and adjusting inventory levels accordingly act as a backup for this process Liaise with clearancecustoms brokers to ensure smooth arrival of containers Prepare shipping documentation for freight forwarders customs coordinate dispatch of Distributor orders Support the Branch Logistics Manager in the booking in of containerized inventory from head office and suppliers act as a backup for this process Prepare and maintain container schedule, displaying unit models, quantities and estimated arrival dates Liaise with head office to assist in the setup of new part ID™s for locally sourced items, ensuring all required information is provided (pricing, dimensions, weight, etc.) Produce process RMA™s, ensuring proper inspection, storage, and processing of invoice credits occurs for returned products Accounts Receivable Update and maintain daily banking spreadsheet, outlining payment sources methods, and allocation of banked funds Prepare banking deposit slips and drop off cashcheques at the bank as needed Review customer account status daily in conjunction with sales order release Communicate with customers via calling and email regarding overdue invoices and accounts Assist in processing credit card payments via bank payment portal Ensure all credit memos, pre-payments, unapplied cash, etc. are allocated to the correct invoicesaccounts Print, mail, and e-mail various financial reports and information as requested (ie. Aged Receivables Report) Maintain up to date and accurate record keeping and filing Office AdministrationCustomer ServiceTeamwork Maintain professionalism and act in a manner consistent with FPI mission and guiding principles Follow all organizational Health Safety programs actively participate in Health Safety training with the purpose of gaining knowledge and understanding Contribute to a positive work environment focusing on Lean and continuous improvement initiatives Act as a backup for branch-level accounts payable processes Assist with order entry, allocation and assignment Assist in answering incoming phone call overflow and responding to customer enquiries as needed Order staff amenitiesoffice furniture and arrange for pick up or delivery from local suppliers Maintain Corporate Motor Travel Insurance policies advise broker on an ongoing basis of changes to insurance schedules, and solicit quotations for new providers as necessary Maintain automatic tolling tags, roadside assistance, and vehicle registration for company vehicles update relevant authorities of changes as needed Organise and coordinate contractors to perform preventativeremedial building plant maintenance, cleaning, and gardening Support Human Resources and Managers by assisting in completing and submitting documentation for the new employee setuponboarding process (ie. tax documents, bank direct deposit information, superannuation, employee handbook policies, provision of corporate credit cards) Other related duties as required QUALIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS AbilitiesSkillsKnowledge Demonstrated attention to detail Strong problem-solving skills Excellent communications skills (writtenverbal) in English Strong organizational skills able to prioritize and effectively manage multiple tasks simultaneously Ability to work both independently (with minimal supervision) and within a team environment Strong working knowledge of a variety of programs, including MS Excel, Word, Outlook, and ERP Systems EducationTraining VCE certificate or equivalent required Post-Secondary education in a business related field is an asset Experience Minimum 3-5 years of experience working in an office environment Previous experience working in an accounts payablereceivable or financial administration role is an asset Previous experience working in an inventory management role is an asset Previous experience working with bar coding UPC coding systems is an asset HOW TO APPLY Interested candidates are invited to submit a resume with cover letter to the Human Resources Department by applying via this website. We thank all applicants for applying but only short listed applicants will be contacted. The application form will include these questions How many years experience do you have as an office administrator? Do you have experience with inventory management?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Commodity Manager

    Commodity Manager Premium Market Leading Brand Heavy Vehicle Truck Industry Eastern Suburbs, Melbourne PACCAR is a global market leader specialising in the design, manufacture and distribution of premium heavy commercial vehicles Kenworth and DAF, related parts, financial and leasing services via an extensive dealer network throughout Australia. Kenworth Trucks, a division of PACCAR Australia Pty Ltd, is the market leader in the heavy-duty truck industry in Australia designed, engineered and manufactured to meet the world™s toughest applications. The Commodity Manager is responsible for sourcing and purchasing quality components and services from approved local andor overseas suppliers and recommending new products and suppliers, while delivering the highest value to internal and external customers at the lowest total cost of ownership. This role is responsible for the negotiation and management of all aspects of our relationship with suppliers, including the commercial contractual requirements with respect to quality, total cost, technology, delivery, customer service, aftermarket support and logistics. The ideal candidate will have 3+ years of procurement experience in the commercial transportation, heavy equipment or automotive industry and has well developed written and verbal communication skills, with capacity to adapt to our ever-changing business environment. To be successful in this role you will have a good understanding of the commercial and legal obligations responsibilities associated with dealing with suppliers, proven negotiation experience and strong numerical and analytical skills to facilitate the analysis process, excellent problem solving skills and the ability to manage strong working relationships with suppliers at all levels. Degree qualified within a business and or engineering related discipline is preferable. In return, PACCAR offers a competitive salary package, including superannuation, salary sacrifice corporate health benefits and further education assistance programs. Opportunities for advancement exist with training fostered within the company. www.paccar.com.aucareers

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Commodity Manager

    Commodity Manager Premium Market Leading Brand Heavy Vehicle Truck Industry Eastern Suburbs, Melbourne PACCAR is a global market leader specialising in the design, manufacture and distribution of premium heavy commercial vehicles Kenworth and DAF, related parts, financial and leasing services via an extensive dealer network throughout Australia. Kenworth Trucks, a division of PACCAR Australia Pty Ltd, is the market leader in the heavy-duty truck industry in Australia designed, engineered and manufactured to meet the world™s toughest applications. The Commodity Manager is responsible for sourcing and purchasing quality components and services from approved local andor overseas suppliers and recommending new products and suppliers, while delivering the highest value to internal and external customers at the lowest total cost of ownership. This role is responsible for the negotiation and management of all aspects of our relationship with suppliers, including the commercial contractual requirements with respect to quality, total cost, technology, delivery, customer service, aftermarket support and logistics. The ideal candidate will have 3+ years of procurement experience in the commercial transportation, heavy equipment or automotive industry and has well developed written and verbal communication skills, with capacity to adapt to our ever-changing business environment. To be successful in this role you will have a good understanding of the commercial and legal obligations responsibilities associated with dealing with suppliers, proven negotiation experience and strong numerical and analytical skills to facilitate the analysis process, excellent problem solving skills and the ability to manage strong working relationships with suppliers at all levels. Degree qualified within a business and or engineering related discipline is preferable. In return, PACCAR offers a competitive salary package, including superannuation, salary sacrifice corporate health benefits and further education assistance programs. Opportunities for advancement exist with training fostered within the company. www.paccar.com.aucareers

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Purchasing Officer

    Purchasing Officer The Company Made is a highly successful Australian business with an extensive portfolio of better-for-you food and beverage products. Since 2005 health conscious Australians have shown their love for Mades core brands - Cocobella (coconut water and yoghurts), Rokeby Farms (dairy nutrition) and Impressed (plant-based products) and NutrientWater (enhanced water). The culture at Made is dynamic, inclusive and fun. Together we continue to achieve greatness, from our delicious products to our people and everything in between. Position Summary The Purchasing Officer position is responsible for all purchasing duties including forecasting material requirements, managing supplier relations and actively maintaining inventory levels of materials in a timely and efficient manner. Using the MRP software and working closely with suppliers and the supply chain team, the Purchasing Officer creates and manages forecast models to ensure material inventory levels are appropriately maintained, materials are procured on appropriate terms and the risks associated with the supply of materials is mitigated wherever possible. Responsibilities Develop material purchasing forecasts based on production requirements of the business Reconcile significant variances and refine the forecast model to reflect updated demand plan or material yield Anticipate material-availability issues in a timely and effective manner including driving actions to correct under and overstocks Identify and source newalternate suppliers to ensure the effective procurement of materials Compare and evaluate offers from suppliers Manage supplier relations to obtain favourable supplier termsprice negotiations Negotiate supply contracts for key materials and provide regular forecasts to suppliers to ensure sufficient output capacity and correct inventory levels Create Purchase Orders in a timely and efficient manner using the MRP software and the demand plan for finished goods Confirm purchase orders, lead times, delivery dates and goods inwards. Address any delays or short deliveries and update POs where necessary Extensive use of the business ERP system assisting to main data integrity create POs, item codes, supplier cards, enter pricing and produce inventory information on items sourced Work collaboratively with QA and Production to ensure purchases meet the required standards in relation to quality, quantity and price Coordinate with warehouse staff to ensure proper storage, continuous material rotation and stock wastage reduction Assist with stock takes of raw materials and making inventory adjustments as required Understanding import procedures and documentation for customs and facilitating freight forwarders Manage the Ingredient Material register, including certificates update Deliver Procurement performance reports to relevant stakeholders. Experience Requirements Bachelor degree in engineering, accounting, business, commerce, supply chain or other relevant fields Experience working in a similar role in a fast-paced environment, previous purchasing experience in an FMCG business strongly preferred Sound understanding of procurement and purchasing principles Excellent organisational skills with the ability to consistently meet deadlines in a timely fashion Strong attention to detail and accurate data entry skills Well developed communication skills with previous experience liaising with and developing favourable relationships Proven experience in using an ERP system preferred Excellent IT skills with a proficiency in Excel Positive, resilient and ambitious. Whats on offer You will be rewarded for your contribution to the growth of the business with a competitive package that will be commensurate with your level of experience and suitability for the role, Support will be provided for ongoing training and development, Onsite car parking is provided, Onsite gym facilities, Working within a brand new, state of the art facility. We want to learn about you. Send us a cover letter and resume describing your strengths and how you might apply them in this role by clicking on the link below. We accept applications from all people with the right to live and work in Australia. Recruiters, we appreciate your interest, but weve got this one covered, thanks The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a purchasing officer? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have experience with inventory management? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? In your opinion, what is the most important attribute of a supplier? Good Quality, low cost or quick delivery? Please provide detail. What is your biggest achievement as a buyer? What experience do you have in FMCG?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Category Manager

    Category Manager Engage with senior stakeholders at RMIT to understand long-term university aspirations Utilise your effective relationship-building skills to lead and manage suppliers Full time, fixed-term position until February 2020, competitive salary on offer + super About RMIT RMIT is a multi-sector university of technology, design and enterprise with more than 91,000 students and 11,000 staff globally. RMIT offers postgraduate, undergraduate, vocational education and online programs to provide students with a variety of work-relevant pathways. The University™s mission is to help shape the world through research, innovation, quality teaching and engagement, and to create transformative experiences for students, getting them ready for life and work. With strong industry connections forged over 130 years, collaboration with industry remains integral to RMIT™s leadership in education, applied and innovative research, and to the development of highly skilled, globally-focused graduates. The Operations portfolio partners with other areas of the university in achieving the organisation™s objectives, by contributing to operational efficiency and helping ensure the people, financial and infrastructural requirements are met. Procurement is a small but focussed group reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer and Vice-President Resources. The role of Procurement is to review sourcing and procurement options across the university based on an expenditure on goods and services of ~500M. The Role The Category Manager - Corporate Services provides leadership, direction and maximises value being delivered to the University for the categories under their management. You will determine portfoliocollege requirements, assess supply markets, develop strategic category plans, and manage supplier contracts, performance, and risk. You will work to deliver process innovation that targets demand management and drive simple and effective use of processes and systems. Your Responsibilities Develop and implement strategic category plans based on market research and whole of life cost analysis to optimise value for money outcomes Develop a sourcing pipeline and engage teams to execute go-to-market initiatives Identify and manage commercial, contractual, operational, financial, reputational, ethical and supply chain risks Maintain and nurture strategic supplier relationships at senior management levels driving service delivery Manage the commercial business relationship with suppliers Provide expert advice to key stakeholders on all aspects of procurement and the procurement category Skills Experience Experience in managing Corporate Services categories delivering commercial outcomes Leadership skills in a cross-functional team environment Interpersonal skills to build and maintain effective relationships, and to manage and lead suppliers Proven ability in category development using analytics Track record of developing and delivering on substantial and sustainable commercial benefits Strong commercial awareness skills and an ability to apply this to the Education sector Culture Our people make everything at the University possible. We encourage new approaches to work and learning, stimulating change to drive positive impact. RMIT exists to create transformative experiences for our students, getting them ready for life and work. You will be a part of a productive and collaborative team, who values working relationships and outcomes through open and inclusive planning, continuous information sharing and transparent work practices Benefits Flexible working arrangements Be part of RMIT™s academic life and attend various events and workshops 2 salary increase each year and annual leave loading of 1.35 MYKI pass discount Additional annual leave To find out more, please visit our website RMIT Employee Benefits To Apply For a position description, please visit our careers website at yourcareer.rmit.edu.au and search using job reference 576334. For further information, please contact Daniela Amato at daniela.amatormit.edu.au PD - Category Manager.pdf Applications close on Wednesday 29th May, 2019. This role will require satisfactory confirmation of a Working with Children Check. RMIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to being a child safe organisation. We are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability and age. Applications are encouraged from all sectors of the community and we strongly encourage applications from the Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander community. RMIT was named as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) in 2018 based on significant progress made in 2017, and Gold Employer status in the Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) in recognition of our commitment to celebrating the diverse genders, sexes and sexualities (DGSS) of our community.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Category Manager

    Category Manager Engage with senior stakeholders at RMIT to understand long-term university aspirations Utilise your effective relationship-building skills to lead and manage suppliers Full time, fixed-term position until February 2020, competitive salary on offer + super About RMIT RMIT is a multi-sector university of technology, design and enterprise with more than 91,000 students and 11,000 staff globally. RMIT offers postgraduate, undergraduate, vocational education and online programs to provide students with a variety of work-relevant pathways. The University™s mission is to help shape the world through research, innovation, quality teaching and engagement, and to create transformative experiences for students, getting them ready for life and work. With strong industry connections forged over 130 years, collaboration with industry remains integral to RMIT™s leadership in education, applied and innovative research, and to the development of highly skilled, globally-focused graduates. The Operations portfolio partners with other areas of the university in achieving the organisation™s objectives, by contributing to operational efficiency and helping ensure the people, financial and infrastructural requirements are met. Procurement is a small but focussed group reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer and Vice-President Resources. The role of Procurement is to review sourcing and procurement options across the university based on an expenditure on goods and services of ~500M. The Role The Category Manager - Corporate Services provides leadership, direction and maximises value being delivered to the University for the categories under their management. You will determine portfoliocollege requirements, assess supply markets, develop strategic category plans, and manage supplier contracts, performance, and risk. You will work to deliver process innovation that targets demand management and drive simple and effective use of processes and systems. Your Responsibilities Develop and implement strategic category plans based on market research and whole of life cost analysis to optimise value for money outcomes Develop a sourcing pipeline and engage teams to execute go-to-market initiatives Identify and manage commercial, contractual, operational, financial, reputational, ethical and supply chain risks Maintain and nurture strategic supplier relationships at senior management levels driving service delivery Manage the commercial business relationship with suppliers Provide expert advice to key stakeholders on all aspects of procurement and the procurement category Skills Experience Experience in managing Corporate Services categories delivering commercial outcomes Leadership skills in a cross-functional team environment Interpersonal skills to build and maintain effective relationships, and to manage and lead suppliers Proven ability in category development using analytics Track record of developing and delivering on substantial and sustainable commercial benefits Strong commercial awareness skills and an ability to apply this to the Education sector Culture Our people make everything at the University possible. We encourage new approaches to work and learning, stimulating change to drive positive impact. RMIT exists to create transformative experiences for our students, getting them ready for life and work. You will be a part of a productive and collaborative team, who values working relationships and outcomes through open and inclusive planning, continuous information sharing and transparent work practices Benefits Flexible working arrangements Be part of RMIT™s academic life and attend various events and workshops 2 salary increase each year and annual leave loading of 1.35 MYKI pass discount Additional annual leave To find out more, please visit our website RMIT Employee Benefits To Apply For a position description, please visit our careers website at yourcareer.rmit.edu.au and search using job reference 576334. For further information, please contact Daniela Amato at daniela.amatormit.edu.au PD - Category Manager.pdf Applications close on Wednesday 29th May, 2019. This role will require satisfactory confirmation of a Working with Children Check. RMIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to being a child safe organisation. We are dedicated to attracting, retaining and developing our people regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability and age. Applications are encouraged from all sectors of the community and we strongly encourage applications from the Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander community. RMIT was named as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) in 2018 based on significant progress made in 2017, and Gold Employer status in the Australian Workplace Equality Index (AWEI) in recognition of our commitment to celebrating the diverse genders, sexes and sexualities (DGSS) of our community.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Project Manager - Shop Fitting

    Project Manager - Shop Fitting WHO WE ARE We are a subsidiary of the Schwarz Group, the worlds fourth largest retailer. We are a grocery chain that is committed to providing our customers with a large selection of reasonably priced products and produce including major name-brands and our own range of K-Classic™ products. We operate more than 1,280 stores in Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, and Slovakia employing well over 150,000 employees. COMPANY CULTURE Our culture supports people to be their authentic self. Our small local team faces a new challenge each day no two days are the same. Be prepared to enter an environment that has a start-up feeling and a team that supports each other professionally and socially. We support our staff with transparent communication and trust. We believe that when our people grow our Company grows. ABOUT THE ROLE Kaufland Australia is now ready for a confident and motivated Project Manager to join our high performing Procurement Team. Reporting to the Head of Procurement, you will be responsible for leading the operative planning and coordination of store furnishings. This is a unique chance to start something new WHAT YOU WILL DO Develop and supervise implementation plans for shop fittings as per given store furnishing standards Assist with the approval of the furnishing plans Assess the feasibility of proposed plans and the evaluate decision making basis Responsible for, control, test, and document implementations Supervise constructionshop fitting schedules Lead planning meetings for coordination and prioritisation with relevant stakeholders Responsible for attending on-site inspections Ensure immaculate delivery of shop fitting and smooth hand-over to the planning team WHAT YOU NEED Bachelor™s degree in EconomicsEngineering or similar 3+ years™ experience in a Project Management role in retail shop fitting or commercial joinery managing end to end projects Strong understanding of end to end retail shop fit out process, including understanding of all sub-trades Be well networked and have a solid base of contractors and suppliers on which they can call upon Experience managing multiple projects at any given time WHAT YOU GET A professional work environment Dynamic, close knit and high performing team Additional leave after your first year of service Opportunity for career progression as the company grows WHAT TO DO NEXT Do you want to take the next steps and change your life? Hit APPLY to get started

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Contracts Manager

    Contracts Manager Reporting into the Logistics manager, you will work closely with our procurement team to manage contracts for the Asset management. Responsibilities include actively managing performance of contracts and vendors, including performance reviews, non-conformance management and developing and improving KPI™s and SLA™s. You will engage with internal users to understand operational needs and key risks to assist with getting the best outcome when negotiating or establishing new contracts. In addition to the former, the successful incumbent will systemise, automate and improve contractual management processes and develop schedules and tools to cover vendor performance and quality auditing, including formally assigning and tracking improvement actions. To be successful you will have a Business qualification and solid experience in a contracts and procurement environment within a large organisation or at a minimum, extensive experience in a similar role. You will have the ability to negotiate and influence as well as being able to communicate and build rapport with stakeholders at various levels. The successful candidate will have demonstrable experience in building a framework and optimising process™ in a similar environment. In return you will be rewarded by working within a flexible environment that will provide opportunities for further training and career growth. The salary for this role will be commensurate with experience. The selection process may include aptitude assessments, a behavioural event interview, national probity (police) check and medical examination in line with the National Standard for Health Assessment for Rail Safety Workers. Please note that all candidates will be notified of the outcome of their application, but unsuccessful candidates will not be provided with specific feedback. To apply for this position, please click Apply for this Position below. No agency enquiries. vline.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Contracts Manager

    Contracts Manager Reporting into the Logistics manager, you will work closely with our procurement team to manage contracts for the Asset management. Responsibilities include actively managing performance of contracts and vendors, including performance reviews, non-conformance management and developing and improving KPI™s and SLA™s. You will engage with internal users to understand operational needs and key risks to assist with getting the best outcome when negotiating or establishing new contracts. In addition to the former, the successful incumbent will systemise, automate and improve contractual management processes and develop schedules and tools to cover vendor performance and quality auditing, including formally assigning and tracking improvement actions. To be successful you will have a Business qualification and solid experience in a contracts and procurement environment within a large organisation or at a minimum, extensive experience in a similar role. You will have the ability to negotiate and influence as well as being able to communicate and build rapport with stakeholders at various levels. The successful candidate will have demonstrable experience in building a framework and optimising process™ in a similar environment. In return you will be rewarded by working within a flexible environment that will provide opportunities for further training and career growth. The salary for this role will be commensurate with experience. The selection process may include aptitude assessments, a behavioural event interview, national probity (police) check and medical examination in line with the National Standard for Health Assessment for Rail Safety Workers. Please note that all candidates will be notified of the outcome of their application, but unsuccessful candidates will not be provided with specific feedback. To apply for this position, please click Apply for this Position below. No agency enquiries. vline.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Purchasing Officer (9 month contract with view to extension/permanency)

    About the business CommTel is a leading international provider of advanced and engineered solutions for mission and business critical networks. We are a technology integrator, specialising in the delivery of network solutions that ensure the reliable delivery of vital services such as water, gas, electricity, public transport, and emergency services. CommTel is widely known for innovative technology solutions, providing the network infrastructure and associated applications that optimise existing networks, as well as delivering digital transformation programs that provide a seamless transition from legacy to new technology. Businesses in the mining, transport, oil gas, utilities and emergency services sectors rely on CommTel as their trusted, long-term partner to ensure their systems meet their exacting requirements in the critical areas of safety, reliability, capacity, efficiency, intelligence and security. About the role Reporting to the Logistics Manager, the Purchasing Officer role sits within the Corporate Business Unit of CommTel. This role provides support to the Logistics Manager and is responsible for order management, stock control and goods receipting, to enable the smooth delivery of orders to customers on time. This role will commence as a 9 month contract, however with potential to extend or permanency. Key Responsibilities Receive, review and validate purchase orders from internal staff Raise purchase orders in corporate accounting system (MYOB Exonet) and vendorsupplier ordering systems Update quoting system with order information Maintain records of current expected delivery dates in line with supplier agreements and customer expectations Maintain all stock control and inventory levels and provide stock management reports as required Setup of new suppliers in the system, ensuring all paperwork received and checks completed Perform order-related reporting for business units, on an ad-hoc basis as required Occasional backup for warehouse deliveries, as required Support CommTel business units with supplier liaison and quote preparation, as required Skills Experience Essential Sound knowledge and experience in Order processing, preferably in a Telecommunications or IT related business High attention to detail and a focus on ensuring high-quality work Organisational and time management skills to meet deadlines Must be computer literate and proficient with windows based software, including Word, Excel, Project and PowerPoint Must be a team player and capable of performing as a team member or as a team leader Strong interpersonal and communication skills Desirable Experience in business finance or accounting in a products or professional services based business Formal training in Accounting system software (such as MYOB Exonet) and reporting facilities Familiar with principles of quality assurance, particularly ISO9000 series standards Experience in Supply Chain and reporting Strong problem solving skills Job benefits and perks CommTel have access to generous employee benefits including Employee Assistance Program, training and professional development opportunities and onsite parking. Weekly fruit box, great coffee and social table tennis competitions. Applications close on Monday 27 May 2019. Early applicants are encouraged as shortlisting will commence immediately. This position is scheduled to commence by mid June. How to apply If you believe you have the skills and experience then please click Apply now. Please note that Police, Identity Checks and Psychometric Testing will be required. Applicants must have the right to work in Australia. No agencies please. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a purchasing officer? Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer? Do you have a current Australian drivers licence?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Procurement Manager - Part Time

    Procurement Supply Chain Procurement Manager - Part Time A rare opportunity to join a leading healthcare services team on a part time basis leading their procurement and contract management function. Client Details My client is a dynamic and innovative healthcare institution, based on the CBD fringe. A rare opportunity exists for an experienced procurement leader to join the team to drive policy and governance in partnership with the Head of Finance. Description To support the Financial Controller to develop and maintain a coordinated approach towards procurement and contract management, seeking value for money, relationship and performance management of suppliers and offering advice on all areas of purchasing and contract activity Procurement Manager is responsible for ensuring core procurement functions that serve the business are performed efficiently and effectively. Accountable for the operational aspects associated with provider maintenance Profile Significant experience in Contract and Procurement management which includess - Tendering processes - Drafting, negotiating and managing the procurement process - Monitoring, reviewing and evaluation of contract compliance Natural ability to build strong internal and external business relationships at all levels Problem solving Strong contract management and governance skills Business acumen Planning and execution at a high level Team player with developed interpersonal skills Job Offer Attractive salary package Flexible working environment To apply online please click the Apply button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Andy Buykx-Smith on +61 3 9607 5601 Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobsprocurement-supply-chain

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Fleet Administration Officer

    Fleet Administration Officer Newly created role Varied administrative tasks Truganina location KS Freighters is an Australian publicly listed logistics service provider with operations in all states across the nation and in New Zealand. We have various divisions within general freight and dangerous goods fuel and chemicals. We provide a high quality, safe and efficient transport service including regional and local transportation. A new role has been created, an opportunity for a motivated professional to join our small friendly Fleet Management team located in the corporate office in Truganina, VIC. The successful applicant will be customer focused, have excellent communication skills and have an understanding or previous experience supporting either procurement, fleet and or depot operations. Duties and Responsibilities include Provide administrative and clerical assistance relating to the Fleet team Generate supplier orders, reconcile and process invoices Assist in the management of fleet assets Provide a high level service to internal customers Maintain accurate records and ensure professional level of communication Assist in the preparation of regular scheduled reports Liaise closely with the Fleet team and assist with adhoc duties where required Position requirements include Excellent communication, time management and problem solving skills with the ability to recommend and implement improvement processes Proficient computer literacy skills “ MS Office Ability to work in a team or autonomously without immediate supervision Understanding of and experience with supporting procurement, fleet and depot operations Experience and knowledge of the transport industry would be considered an advantage Candidates must be eligible to work in Australia full time. Please Note As we manage recruitment in-house, we request no recruitment agency enquiries. The KS Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Indigenous and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply. www.ksgroup.com.au The application form will include these questions Whats your expected annual base salary? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Purchasing Officer

    Senior Purchasing Officer JELD-WEN is a global leader in the Windows and Doors industry with over 20,000 employees. The Australian operation has a number of iconic brands in its stable including Regency Shower Screens Robes, Stegbar Windows and Doors, Stegbar Shower Screens Robes, Corinthian Doors, Airlite Windows and Doors, Trend Windows and Doors, Aneeta Windows Systems, A L WIndows Doors and Breezway Louvre Windows. WHY YOU NEED TO APPLY Reporting directly to the General Manager you will manage the business™s purchasing and procurement operations for the Stegbar Windows Doors business based at Rowville. You will lead a small purchasing and warehousing team to ensure the cost effective provision of daily raw material requirements in response to our customer commitments, with a focus on maintaining acceptable inventory levels. Key duties include Develop and supervise a small purchasing and warehouse team Cost effective purchasing and expediting Effective purchasing inventory management Manage purchasing systems Supplier relationship management Contribute to the operational management of the business unit YOUR SKILLS AND ATTITUDE A highly motivated and results orientated leader, you will thrive in the rapidly changing and challenging manufacturing environment and take great pride in contributing to our ability to meet our customer commitments delivering high service and quality. You have solid purchasing and inventory management experience in an MRP manufacturing environment, and will be able to demonstrate a track record in inventory reduction and Lean manufacturing. You are proficient in using systems and excel to calculate your purchasing requirements. You have excellent attention to detail, and experienced working with and developing supplier relationships to improve service and quality with your strong communication and influencing skills. Ideally you will have a formal qualification in your field.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Senior Purchasing Officer

    Senior Purchasing Officer JELD-WEN is a global leader in the Windows and Doors industry with over 20,000 employees. The Australian operation has a number of iconic brands in its stable including Regency Shower Screens Robes, Stegbar Windows and Doors, Stegbar Shower Screens Robes, Corinthian Doors, Airlite Windows and Doors, Trend Windows and Doors, Aneeta Windows Systems, A L WIndows Doors and Breezway Louvre Windows. WHY YOU NEED TO APPLY Reporting directly to the General Manager you will manage the business™s purchasing and procurement operations for the Stegbar Windows Doors business based at Rowville. You will lead a small purchasing and warehousing team to ensure the cost effective provision of daily raw material requirements in response to our customer commitments, with a focus on maintaining acceptable inventory levels. Key duties include Develop and supervise a small purchasing and warehouse team Cost effective purchasing and expediting Effective purchasing inventory management Manage purchasing systems Supplier relationship management Contribute to the operational management of the business unit YOUR SKILLS AND ATTITUDE A highly motivated and results orientated leader, you will thrive in the rapidly changing and challenging manufacturing environment and take great pride in contributing to our ability to meet our customer commitments delivering high service and quality. You have solid purchasing and inventory management experience in an MRP manufacturing environment, and will be able to demonstrate a track record in inventory reduction and Lean manufacturing. You are proficient in using systems and excel to calculate your purchasing requirements. You have excellent attention to detail, and experienced working with and developing supplier relationships to improve service and quality with your strong communication and influencing skills. Ideally you will have a formal qualification in your field.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Packaging & Technical Sourcing Manager

    Vitality Brands Worldwide is a privately-owned Australian company and our purpose is to build a company of sustainable financial value and positive social worth. Our promise is to offer products that help people feel healthier and happier. Whilst doing this, we will behave ethically, respect the planet, and share our profits to leave a positive social legacy. Our 15-year-old company continues to enjoy strong domestic growth and international expansion due to strategic investments in innovative product development, sales and marketing support and channel expansion. (See www.vitalitybrands.com) Our on-trend portfolio of brands competes successfully in the sun care (face body), bath and body care categories and can be found in a wide range of retail channels including pharmacies, chain and independent supermarkets, department stores, convenience and health food stores, as well as on-line. Our brands are also sold in over 15 countries throughout the world. We are seeking an enthusiastic Packaging Technical Sourcing Manager to join our team as soon as possible to drive our product development in line with our Purpose, Values, company strategy and sales budget. This career progressive role reports directly to the Group Quality, Technical, and Regulatory Affairs Manager and is based at the company™s national Head Office in Hawthorn East, Melbourne. To be successful in this role, you will need to demonstrate examples of excellence in the following areas KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Responsible for all sourcing and development functions for existing and new sun and personal care packaging components Working with RD to provide the most suitable delivery system for all existing and new products Deliver on product development activities through efficient and transparent project management systems and stage gate processes Working with the RD Manager on NPD pipeline Working with the QA, Regulatory and Technical Manager on all quality related matters pertaining to packaging Working with the Social Impact Manager to achieve the Vitality Packaging Sustainability Strategy Accountable for ensuring all packaging components are commercially viable, to budget and meet minimum target requirements for margin and sales Being an exemplary role model and active supporter of Vitality™s Values Social Impact initiatives Actively co-ordinating quality compliance to all relevant technical, sustainable and regulatory requirements and business expectations Actively aware of consumer insights and trends in sun and personal care industries in domestic and global markets, with emphasis on the South East Asian region EXPERIENCE Experience in a packaging technology role preferably from an FMCG facility or packaging manufacturer Tertiary qualification in Engineering, Science or Industrial Design background would be viewed favourably Strong technical expertise in Packaging materials Packaging manufacturing processes Packaging component construction and testing Material interaction with different types of ingredients Manufacturing filling and packing machinery Print and design processes on different substrates Packaging sustainability (design, manufacture, utility and end-of-life) Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation action planning and annual reporting. QUALITIES AND SKILLS Competence to build strong collaborative business and interpersonal relationships with all members of the Vitality Tribe and key third-party stakeholders Passion and energy for delivering successful product development outcomes within continuous improvement approach Excellent listening, verbal and written communication, presentation and reporting skills Demonstrate an agile mindset with clear thinking practical communication, organizational, administrative, planning and analytical skills Ability to generate meaningful and valuable reports to all key stakeholders Creative problem-solving capabilities Ability to be self-motivated, capable of working autonomously and as part of a team Meticulous eye for detail Ability to work within a project brief, budget and be commercially savvy Able to prioritize and manage conflicting priorities when under pressure WHAT WE OFFER YOU Fun, caring, collaborative wellness focused company culture Work for an organization that gives back to the community Work for an organization with sustainable working practices concerned about the future of our planet Work with passionate and experienced colleagues willing to invest in your career development An opportunity to make a positive difference to yourself and to a business as well as a valuable contribution to the community Importantly, there is a high expectation that the successful candidate will identify with the Vitality Values and have a personal commitment to demonstrate behaviours consistent with these Values. To register your interest in this position, please email your resume directly to recruitmentvitalitybrands.com quoting reference Packaging Technical Sourcing Manager 2019 The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience with inventory optimisation? Do you have purchasing experience? How many years experience do you have in a procurement role? Do you have experience working towards targets and KPIs?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Packaging & Technical Sourcing Manager

    Vitality Brands Worldwide is a privately-owned Australian company and our purpose is to build a company of sustainable financial value and positive social worth. Our promise is to offer products that help people feel healthier and happier. Whilst doing this, we will behave ethically, respect the planet, and share our profits to leave a positive social legacy. Our 15-year-old company continues to enjoy strong domestic growth and international expansion due to strategic investments in innovative product development, sales and marketing support and channel expansion. (See www.vitalitybrands.com) Our on-trend portfolio of brands competes successfully in the sun care (face body), bath and body care categories and can be found in a wide range of retail channels including pharmacies, chain and independent supermarkets, department stores, convenience and health food stores, as well as on-line. Our brands are also sold in over 15 countries throughout the world. We are seeking an enthusiastic Packaging Technical Sourcing Manager to join our team as soon as possible to drive our product development in line with our Purpose, Values, company strategy and sales budget. This career progressive role reports directly to the Group Quality, Technical, and Regulatory Affairs Manager and is based at the company™s national Head Office in Hawthorn East, Melbourne. To be successful in this role, you will need to demonstrate examples of excellence in the following areas KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Responsible for all sourcing and development functions for existing and new sun and personal care packaging components Working with RD to provide the most suitable delivery system for all existing and new products Deliver on product development activities through efficient and transparent project management systems and stage gate processes Working with the RD Manager on NPD pipeline Working with the QA, Regulatory and Technical Manager on all quality related matters pertaining to packaging Working with the Social Impact Manager to achieve the Vitality Packaging Sustainability Strategy Accountable for ensuring all packaging components are commercially viable, to budget and meet minimum target requirements for margin and sales Being an exemplary role model and active supporter of Vitality™s Values Social Impact initiatives Actively co-ordinating quality compliance to all relevant technical, sustainable and regulatory requirements and business expectations Actively aware of consumer insights and trends in sun and personal care industries in domestic and global markets, with emphasis on the South East Asian region EXPERIENCE Experience in a packaging technology role preferably from an FMCG facility or packaging manufacturer Tertiary qualification in Engineering, Science or Industrial Design background would be viewed favourably Strong technical expertise in Packaging materials Packaging manufacturing processes Packaging component construction and testing Material interaction with different types of ingredients Manufacturing filling and packing machinery Print and design processes on different substrates Packaging sustainability (design, manufacture, utility and end-of-life) Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation action planning and annual reporting. QUALITIES AND SKILLS Competence to build strong collaborative business and interpersonal relationships with all members of the Vitality Tribe and key third-party stakeholders Passion and energy for delivering successful product development outcomes within continuous improvement approach Excellent listening, verbal and written communication, presentation and reporting skills Demonstrate an agile mindset with clear thinking practical communication, organizational, administrative, planning and analytical skills Ability to generate meaningful and valuable reports to all key stakeholders Creative problem-solving capabilities Ability to be self-motivated, capable of working autonomously and as part of a team Meticulous eye for detail Ability to work within a project brief, budget and be commercially savvy Able to prioritize and manage conflicting priorities when under pressure WHAT WE OFFER YOU Fun, caring, collaborative wellness focused company culture Work for an organization that gives back to the community Work for an organization with sustainable working practices concerned about the future of our planet Work with passionate and experienced colleagues willing to invest in your career development An opportunity to make a positive difference to yourself and to a business as well as a valuable contribution to the community Importantly, there is a high expectation that the successful candidate will identify with the Vitality Values and have a personal commitment to demonstrate behaviours consistent with these Values. To register your interest in this position, please email your resume directly to recruitmentvitalitybrands.com quoting reference Packaging Technical Sourcing Manager 2019 The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have experience with inventory optimisation? Do you have purchasing experience? How many years experience do you have in a procurement role? Do you have experience working towards targets and KPIs?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Purchasing Coordinator - The Natural Foods Trading Company

    Awesome work culture and energetic team. Established in 2014 in response to growing consumer demand for organics and natural food ingredients....

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Customer Service / Purchasing Officer

    Design Sheetmetal is the market leader in the supply of flashings and rainwater related products. We have an unsurpassed reputation for providing quality products and setting the benchmark in the industry for the fastest turnaround times. Our dedication to customer service ensures that all requests and orders are manufactured to the highest standard on time and delivered on site exactly when needed An opportunity exists for an experienced customer service purchasing officer to join our team. This is a role that provides an excellent opportunity for a ambitious, motivated and hardworking individual, who is energetic and has a passion for servicing and working with a diverse customer base. This position requires an individual that appreciates the competitive nature of the industry, who has excellent organisational skills, time management and communication skills and outstanding commitment to excellence in customer service. In this role Purchase of Roof Sheeting, guttering, insulation, downpipes, Laserlite Purchase and maintenance of coil stock and consignment stock Stock Control Invoice Processing Support sales with basic enquiries Answer high level of phone calls from customers and suppliers Work with account department as required Research potential suppliers Negotiate terms and offers with suppliers Maintain price lists for sales team to reflect price movements Prepare reports on purchases, sales and inventory Participate in monthly stock-take The right candidate Come to work with the attitude to provide the customer with the best service available Highly motivated and a self-starter Multitask and prioritise work Efficient and accurate data entry Be a great communicator Complaint handling Experience with Colorbond products and or cladding materials Hours of work will be full time Monday to Friday Sound like the role youve been waiting for? On offer for the successful candidate will be a competitive salary package, job security, on-going training and development, career advancement opportunities and a highly supportive management team. To apply, use the link below and include a resume and cover letter outlining why you feel you are the one we should be talking to Due to the overwhelming response we are expecting, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. We thank-you in advance for your interest. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have customer service experience? Do you have experience working towards targets and KPIs?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Procurement Manager

    Procurement Manager ASX100 - global manufacturer marketer of commercial explosives, fertilizers and industrial explosives Melbourne or Brisbane based role with some travel to sites Procurement - Capital project delivery About us Incitec Pivot Limited (IPL) and its subsidiary company Dyno Nobel, is a diversified industrial chemicals company that manufactures and distributes industrial explosives, industrial chemicals and fertilisers. We provide ground breaking solutions through practical innovation in the mining services and agriculture industry. The group comprises more than 5,000 people across the sales, commercial operations and manufacturing footprint globally, including the key mining markets in North America, Asia Pacific, South Africa and South America. The role Due to increasing growth, we are currently seeking an experienced Operational Procurement Manager to support the Senior Procurement Manager - Operations to accurately interpret the operational needs and execute operational procurement plans that are fully aligned with both operations objectives and agreed category management strategies. Your responsibilities are as follows Understanding of Category Management and Strategic Sourcing methodologies Detailed knowledge and understanding Opex, Capital and Project contracting Ability to develop and deliver sourcing strategies that are aligned to the business objectives and priorities and agreed Category strategies Investigative skills to understand relevant supply markets Ability to structure and manage market engagements so that Suppliers are fairly evaluated against a range of financial and non-financial criteria Ability to assess Supplier, contract and market risk and to put in place risk mitigation strategies Provide procurement related advice to operations on matters relating to operational, capital and project spends. Develop and deliver sourcing strategies that are aligned to the business objectives and priorities and agreed category strategies. Develop negotiation strategies and lead the negotiation process for key supply agreements and provide coaching, support to the Operations to effectively participate in negotiations Sound understanding of contract law and relevant legislation Ability to develop and implement change management plans relating to the introduction of new Suppliers or Contractors or new Procurement related processes Working knowledge of national and off-shore transport and logistics Good working knowledge of Inventory Management strategies Professional level mediation and relationship management skills and experience About you Detailed knowledge and understanding Opex, Capital and Project contracting. Sound understanding of the Procure to Pay cycle, ideally in a SAP environment Professional negotiation planning and execution capability Sound understanding of contract law and relevant legislation Ability to develop and implement change management plans relating to the introduction of new Suppliers or Contractors or new Procurement related processes Working knowledge of national and off-shore transport and logistics Benefits to you We are a team based on trust, collaboration and respect An above market attractive salary package is offered. This is your opportunity to be part of a growing organisation in a challenging role based in either Melbourne or Brisbane Please click on apply and we will be in contact with you within 5 working days with an update. A little more about us At the heart of Incitec Pivot and Dyno Nobel™s culture is business excellence and we seek like-minded individuals who treat the business as their own and who strive to challenge and improve the status quo, focusing on improving productivity whilst maintaining zero harm for everyone, everywhere. The culture of safety is paramount, and you will play an integral part in promoting Health Safety Environment (HSE) procedures to ensure Zero Harm at all times. You will also be familiar with modern safety practices as well as have the ability to pass a pre-employment medical assessment (including a drug and alcohol screen). We support diversity in the workplace women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people with a multicultural background are strongly encouraged to apply. Dyno Nobel and Incitec Pivot Limited is a proud member of the Diversity Council of Australia and Male Champions of Change and holds a State Chair position on the National Association of Women in Operations.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Procurement Manager

    Procurement Manager ASX100 - global manufacturer marketer of commercial explosives, fertilizers and industrial explosives Melbourne or Brisbane based role with some travel to sites Procurement - Capital project delivery About us Incitec Pivot Limited (IPL) and its subsidiary company Dyno Nobel, is a diversified industrial chemicals company that manufactures and distributes industrial explosives, industrial chemicals and fertilisers. We provide ground breaking solutions through practical innovation in the mining services and agriculture industry. The group comprises more than 5,000 people across the sales, commercial operations and manufacturing footprint globally, including the key mining markets in North America, Asia Pacific, South Africa and South America. The role Due to increasing growth, we are currently seeking an experienced Operational Procurement Manager to support the Senior Procurement Manager - Operations to accurately interpret the operational needs and execute operational procurement plans that are fully aligned with both operations objectives and agreed category management strategies. Your responsibilities are as follows Understanding of Category Management and Strategic Sourcing methodologies Detailed knowledge and understanding Opex, Capital and Project contracting Ability to develop and deliver sourcing strategies that are aligned to the business objectives and priorities and agreed Category strategies Investigative skills to understand relevant supply markets Ability to structure and manage market engagements so that Suppliers are fairly evaluated against a range of financial and non-financial criteria Ability to assess Supplier, contract and market risk and to put in place risk mitigation strategies Provide procurement related advice to operations on matters relating to operational, capital and project spends. Develop and deliver sourcing strategies that are aligned to the business objectives and priorities and agreed category strategies. Develop negotiation strategies and lead the negotiation process for key supply agreements and provide coaching, support to the Operations to effectively participate in negotiations Sound understanding of contract law and relevant legislation Ability to develop and implement change management plans relating to the introduction of new Suppliers or Contractors or new Procurement related processes Working knowledge of national and off-shore transport and logistics Good working knowledge of Inventory Management strategies Professional level mediation and relationship management skills and experience About you Detailed knowledge and understanding Opex, Capital and Project contracting. Sound understanding of the Procure to Pay cycle, ideally in a SAP environment Professional negotiation planning and execution capability Sound understanding of contract law and relevant legislation Ability to develop and implement change management plans relating to the introduction of new Suppliers or Contractors or new Procurement related processes Working knowledge of national and off-shore transport and logistics Benefits to you We are a team based on trust, collaboration and respect An above market attractive salary package is offered. This is your opportunity to be part of a growing organisation in a challenging role based in either Melbourne or Brisbane Please click on apply and we will be in contact with you within 5 working days with an update. A little more about us At the heart of Incitec Pivot and Dyno Nobel™s culture is business excellence and we seek like-minded individuals who treat the business as their own and who strive to challenge and improve the status quo, focusing on improving productivity whilst maintaining zero harm for everyone, everywhere. The culture of safety is paramount, and you will play an integral part in promoting Health Safety Environment (HSE) procedures to ensure Zero Harm at all times. You will also be familiar with modern safety practices as well as have the ability to pass a pre-employment medical assessment (including a drug and alcohol screen). We support diversity in the workplace women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people with a multicultural background are strongly encouraged to apply. Dyno Nobel and Incitec Pivot Limited is a proud member of the Diversity Council of Australia and Male Champions of Change and holds a State Chair position on the National Association of Women in Operations.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Group Procurement Manager

    SunRice is one of the world™s largest rice food companies and one of Australia™s leading branded food exporters, supplying diverse, innovative and nutritious products to close to 60 countries around the globe. We are an iconic Australian company, with over 2,100 employees, 30 brands and 10 businesses. With an unrelenting focus on innovation and a commitment to our people, our communities and the environment, SunRice is a great place to work, providing a real opportunity for passionate people to make a difference. Our culture ambition is a high performance culture, underpinned by accountability, inclusiveness and positivity. Our five Values are Dynamic, Integrity, Community, Collaborative and Innovative. Based in our Chadstone, Melbourne office, an excellent opportunity exists for a Group Procurement Manager to join our business. This role is responsible for leading SunRice™s Group Procurement function, partnering with the business by leading the strategic sourcing initiatives from discovery through to negotiation and execution of supplier contracts. Key responsibilities of the role include Lead global centralised procurement efforts across the Group in line with the Group Procurement Strategy Maximise value received from suppliers by identifying and realising value add opportunities Implement Supplier Relationship Management frameworks to drive supplier performance and value improvements Provide up to date spend analysis and improvement recommendations to leadership Identify and minimise potential commercial risk Support andor lead key commercial projects across the Group Ensure appropriate contract execution and the usage of standard legal agreements Challenge and coach a high performing team of category managers through KPIs objective setting and development To be successful in this role you will have Tertiary qualifications in business or a relevant field Extensive procurement expertise, having operated at a strategic level A strong track record of success in delivering strategic financial savings Experience in strategic sourcing leading the development, negotiation and execution of high value contracts Experience of implementing best practice contract and supplier management Strong leadership, negotiation and communication skills Experience in FMCG Detailed knowledge of procurement legislation, supplier and contract management If you are ready for the challenge and want to work for an iconic Australian brand then we want to hear from you SunRice is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. SunRice will consider qualified applicants for employment based on their merit, individual skills, qualifications and other appropriate criteria relevant to the role for which they are applying for.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Group Procurement Manager

    SunRice is one of the world™s largest rice food companies and one of Australia™s leading branded food exporters, supplying diverse, innovative and nutritious products to close to 60 countries around the globe. We are an iconic Australian company, with over 2,100 employees, 30 brands and 10 businesses. With an unrelenting focus on innovation and a commitment to our people, our communities and the environment, SunRice is a great place to work, providing a real opportunity for passionate people to make a difference. Our culture ambition is a high performance culture, underpinned by accountability, inclusiveness and positivity. Our five Values are Dynamic, Integrity, Community, Collaborative and Innovative. Based in our Chadstone, Melbourne office, an excellent opportunity exists for a Group Procurement Manager to join our business. This role is responsible for leading SunRice™s Group Procurement function, partnering with the business by leading the strategic sourcing initiatives from discovery through to negotiation and execution of supplier contracts. Key responsibilities of the role include Lead global centralised procurement efforts across the Group in line with the Group Procurement Strategy Maximise value received from suppliers by identifying and realising value add opportunities Implement Supplier Relationship Management frameworks to drive supplier performance and value improvements Provide up to date spend analysis and improvement recommendations to leadership Identify and minimise potential commercial risk Support andor lead key commercial projects across the Group Ensure appropriate contract execution and the usage of standard legal agreements Challenge and coach a high performing team of category managers through KPIs objective setting and development To be successful in this role you will have Tertiary qualifications in business or a relevant field Extensive procurement expertise, having operated at a strategic level A strong track record of success in delivering strategic financial savings Experience in strategic sourcing leading the development, negotiation and execution of high value contracts Experience of implementing best practice contract and supplier management Strong leadership, negotiation and communication skills Experience in FMCG Detailed knowledge of procurement legislation, supplier and contract management If you are ready for the challenge and want to work for an iconic Australian brand then we want to hear from you SunRice is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. SunRice will consider qualified applicants for employment based on their merit, individual skills, qualifications and other appropriate criteria relevant to the role for which they are applying for.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Head of Sourcing

    Head of Sourcing About us¦. BWX is a global, natural beauty company with a portfolio of leading natural brands in Australia, USA, Canada, UK, China, and select other international markets. Founded and headquartered in Victoria, Australia our expertise in innovation, product development, manufacturing and marketing natural products makes us unique in the beauty industry. Our goal at BWX is to make natural beauty the only choice for people wanting to live a healthy, balanced life, free from unnecessary toxins. About the opportunity¦. We have a great opportunity for a Head of Sourcing to join our Procurement team. You will be working with the Group Procurement Improvement Director to assist and in some cases lead procurement and supply chain initiatives across the Group including Support the development of global Procurement and manufacturing footprint strategy, Develop and execute multi-year global sourcing plan,Enhance BWX capability through implementation of Contract and Category management framework and Sourcing Standards, and streamlining of procurement and purchasing processes. you will also be responsible for supporting and assisting new contract implementations and handover of suppliers to Purchasing team for operationalisation. To be successful in this role you will need 10 to 15 years of procurement and business experience in industry andor consulting practice Extensive experience in the development and execution of end to end procurement life cycle related activities across a range of industries including Consumer Goods Extensive experience in working in dynamic, fast paced environments with internal stakeholders who have conflicting priorities Ability to work as part of a team, inspire stakeholders and achieve optimal outcomes Highly developed skills related to supplier engagement and commercial negotiations Basic knowledge of compliance and regulatory requirements related to FMCGmanufacturing industry A strong desire to continuously review and improve current processes Self-starter (problem solver) and the ability to think creatively Strong analytical and reasoning skills Attention to detail Ability to multi-task and meet tight deadlines Customer focused approach Maintain confidentiality Strong Microsoft Office skills “ especially Excel, Power point and Word Excellent written and verbal communication skills If you wish to be considered for this role, please submit your resume by clicking on APPLY NOW. Only those candidates successfully shortlisted will be contacted. To find out more information about our brands visit www.bwxltd.com (NOTE Only Australian citizens or visa holders will be considered) The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? How many years experience do you have in a procurement role? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Head of Sourcing

    Head of Sourcing About us¦. BWX is a global, natural beauty company with a portfolio of leading natural brands in Australia, USA, Canada, UK, China, and select other international markets. Founded and headquartered in Victoria, Australia our expertise in innovation, product development, manufacturing and marketing natural products makes us unique in the beauty industry. Our goal at BWX is to make natural beauty the only choice for people wanting to live a healthy, balanced life, free from unnecessary toxins. About the opportunity¦. We have a great opportunity for a Head of Sourcing to join our Procurement team. You will be working with the Group Procurement Improvement Director to assist and in some cases lead procurement and supply chain initiatives across the Group including Support the development of global Procurement and manufacturing footprint strategy, Develop and execute multi-year global sourcing plan,Enhance BWX capability through implementation of Contract and Category management framework and Sourcing Standards, and streamlining of procurement and purchasing processes. you will also be responsible for supporting and assisting new contract implementations and handover of suppliers to Purchasing team for operationalisation. To be successful in this role you will need 10 to 15 years of procurement and business experience in industry andor consulting practice Extensive experience in the development and execution of end to end procurement life cycle related activities across a range of industries including Consumer Goods Extensive experience in working in dynamic, fast paced environments with internal stakeholders who have conflicting priorities Ability to work as part of a team, inspire stakeholders and achieve optimal outcomes Highly developed skills related to supplier engagement and commercial negotiations Basic knowledge of compliance and regulatory requirements related to FMCGmanufacturing industry A strong desire to continuously review and improve current processes Self-starter (problem solver) and the ability to think creatively Strong analytical and reasoning skills Attention to detail Ability to multi-task and meet tight deadlines Customer focused approach Maintain confidentiality Strong Microsoft Office skills “ especially Excel, Power point and Word Excellent written and verbal communication skills If you wish to be considered for this role, please submit your resume by clicking on APPLY NOW. Only those candidates successfully shortlisted will be contacted. To find out more information about our brands visit www.bwxltd.com (NOTE Only Australian citizens or visa holders will be considered) The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Whats your expected annual base salary? How many years experience do you have in a procurement role? How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Purchasing Officer

    RSP Automotive Industrial PL is Australias leading Automotive Restoration Parts and General Rubber supplier. The purpose of this position will be to deliver efficient purchasing services to RSP Automotive Industrial. The suitable candidate will be highly driven and customer focused. Your key responsibilities will include but will not be limited to The Creation of Purchase Orders for inventory (from local and international suppliers) in a timely efficient manner. Analyse and place purchasing requirements on a daily basis. Communicate with both internal and external Suppliers. Ensure purchasing procedures are adhered to. Analyse Outstanding Purchase Order reports daily weekly. Follow up Suppliers to ensure delivery times meet our requirements. Liaise with internal sales staff with updates on stock shortages. To be successful for this position you should possess the following Excellent organisational skills with the ability to consistently meet deadlines in a timely manner. Good attention to detail. Be Positive, have a resilient attitude and the willingness to work autonomously and as part of a team. Possess well developed interpersonal skills, concise verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines. Demonstrated proficiency across MS Windows, Word, Outlook and Excel. Be prepared to share ideas based on previous experience in the work place. Previous experience in a Purchasing role would be a distinct advantage. If you feel you would be suited to this position, please apply now. ONLY PERMANENT RESIDENTS OF AUSTRALIA NEED APPLY

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • GM Procurement & Supply Chain

    GM Procurement Supply Chain Permanent full time opportunity Based in Melbourne CBD MTM is part of an international rail family that operates services worldwide About Metro Metro Trains Melbourne is a multi-award winning organisation that places our passengers and employees at the centre of everything we do. We run the city™s metropolitan rail service that transports over 400,000 passengers each day, and work towards our vision of connecting people and places “ for a growing Melbourne. Metro serves a diverse community and we are equally committed to developing a diverse and inclusive workforce which provides a rewarding work culture. We offer our employees a collaborative environment, opportunities to learn new skills and a flexible worklife balance. Metro is a holder of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing Supply (CIPS) Procurement Excellence Advanced Gold Award and is the first Australian organisation to achieve this status. About the position In this key position you will report into the CFO whilst leading a team of procurement professionals. Working in a complex commercial and stakeholder environment that requires a wide variety of supply chain management strategies the General Manager, Procurement Supply Chain is responsible for ensuring Metro obtains maximum value from its supply chain. About you To ensure success in this role you will possess Tertiary qualifications in Business Management, Engineering, Economics, Commerce or equivalent discipline (essential) Expert understanding of procurement and supply chain management practices Demonstrated ability to lead, influence, motivate and develop a team Extensive contract management andor commercial experience Solid understanding of financial management and accounting principles, complemented by exceptional leadership Demonstrated experience working in a complex commercial and stakeholder environment Highly advanced communication, negotiation and stakeholder management skills ,with the ability to influence outcomes Experience implementing or integrating procurement or ERP systems into a large business Solid understanding of project management principles Previous experience in government-to-private commercial relationships Experience as head of procurement in a business with annual supply chain spend >1bn Benefits All Metro Employees receive a free Myki pass that allows free Public Transport in Victoria Metro supports worklife balance with opportunities to work from home on occasion Melbourne is currently home to the largest rail infrastructure projects in Australia that will boast long term employment and future career opportunities. Ready to apply? Please submit your application by clicking ˜Apply Now™ before 5 pm 29th of May 2019 . Metro Trains is an equal opportunity employer and embraces diversity. We encourage all interested applicants to apply but please do note only applications with the right to live and work in Australia will be considered for this position.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • GM Procurement & Supply Chain

    GM Procurement Supply Chain Permanent full time opportunity Based in Melbourne CBD MTM is part of an international rail family that operates services worldwide About Metro Metro Trains Melbourne is a multi-award winning organisation that places our passengers and employees at the centre of everything we do. We run the city™s metropolitan rail service that transports over 400,000 passengers each day, and work towards our vision of connecting people and places “ for a growing Melbourne. Metro serves a diverse community and we are equally committed to developing a diverse and inclusive workforce which provides a rewarding work culture. We offer our employees a collaborative environment, opportunities to learn new skills and a flexible worklife balance. Metro is a holder of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing Supply (CIPS) Procurement Excellence Advanced Gold Award and is the first Australian organisation to achieve this status. About the position In this key position you will report into the CFO whilst leading a team of procurement professionals. Working in a complex commercial and stakeholder environment that requires a wide variety of supply chain management strategies the General Manager, Procurement Supply Chain is responsible for ensuring Metro obtains maximum value from its supply chain. About you To ensure success in this role you will possess Tertiary qualifications in Business Management, Engineering, Economics, Commerce or equivalent discipline (essential) Expert understanding of procurement and supply chain management practices Demonstrated ability to lead, influence, motivate and develop a team Extensive contract management andor commercial experience Solid understanding of financial management and accounting principles, complemented by exceptional leadership Demonstrated experience working in a complex commercial and stakeholder environment Highly advanced communication, negotiation and stakeholder management skills ,with the ability to influence outcomes Experience implementing or integrating procurement or ERP systems into a large business Solid understanding of project management principles Previous experience in government-to-private commercial relationships Experience as head of procurement in a business with annual supply chain spend >1bn Benefits All Metro Employees receive a free Myki pass that allows free Public Transport in Victoria Metro supports worklife balance with opportunities to work from home on occasion Melbourne is currently home to the largest rail infrastructure projects in Australia that will boast long term employment and future career opportunities. Ready to apply? Please submit your application by clicking ˜Apply Now™ before 5 pm 29th of May 2019 . Metro Trains is an equal opportunity employer and embraces diversity. We encourage all interested applicants to apply but please do note only applications with the right to live and work in Australia will be considered for this position.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • GM Procurement & Supply Chain

    GM Procurement Supply Chain Permanent full time opportunity Based in Melbourne CBD MTM is part of an international rail family that operates services worldwide About Metro Metro Trains Melbourne is a multi-award winning organisation that places our passengers and employees at the centre of everything we do. We run the city™s metropolitan rail service that transports over 400,000 passengers each day, and work towards our vision of connecting people and places “ for a growing Melbourne. Metro serves a diverse community and we are equally committed to developing a diverse and inclusive workforce which provides a rewarding work culture. We offer our employees a collaborative environment, opportunities to learn new skills and a flexible worklife balance. Metro is a holder of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing Supply (CIPS) Procurement Excellence Advanced Gold Award and is the first Australian organisation to achieve this status. About the position In this key position you will report into the CFO whilst leading a team of procurement professionals. Working in a complex commercial and stakeholder environment that requires a wide variety of supply chain management strategies the General Manager, Procurement Supply Chain is responsible for ensuring Metro obtains maximum value from its supply chain. About you To ensure success in this role you will possess Tertiary qualifications in Business Management, Engineering, Economics, Commerce or equivalent discipline (essential) Expert understanding of procurement and supply chain management practices Demonstrated ability to lead, influence, motivate and develop a team Extensive contract management andor commercial experience Solid understanding of financial management and accounting principles, complemented by exceptional leadership Demonstrated experience working in a complex commercial and stakeholder environment Highly advanced communication, negotiation and stakeholder management skills ,with the ability to influence outcomes Experience implementing or integrating procurement or ERP systems into a large business Solid understanding of project management principles Previous experience in government-to-private commercial relationships Experience as head of procurement in a business with annual supply chain spend >1bn Benefits All Metro Employees receive a free Myki pass that allows free Public Transport in Victoria Metro supports worklife balance with opportunities to work from home on occasion Melbourne is currently home to the largest rail infrastructure projects in Australia that will boast long term employment and future career opportunities. Ready to apply? Please submit your application by clicking ˜Apply Now™ before 5 pm 29th of May 2019 . Metro Trains is an equal opportunity employer and embraces diversity. We encourage all interested applicants to apply but please do note only applications with the right to live and work in Australia will be considered for this position.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • GM Procurement & Supply Chain

    GM Procurement Supply Chain Permanent full time opportunity Based in Melbourne CBD MTM is part of an international rail family that operates services worldwide About Metro Metro Trains Melbourne is a multi-award winning organisation that places our passengers and employees at the centre of everything we do. We run the city™s metropolitan rail service that transports over 400,000 passengers each day, and work towards our vision of connecting people and places “ for a growing Melbourne. Metro serves a diverse community and we are equally committed to developing a diverse and inclusive workforce which provides a rewarding work culture. We offer our employees a collaborative environment, opportunities to learn new skills and a flexible worklife balance. Metro is a holder of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing Supply (CIPS) Procurement Excellence Advanced Gold Award and is the first Australian organisation to achieve this status. About the position In this key position you will report into the CFO whilst leading a team of procurement professionals. Working in a complex commercial and stakeholder environment that requires a wide variety of supply chain management strategies the General Manager, Procurement Supply Chain is responsible for ensuring Metro obtains maximum value from its supply chain. About you To ensure success in this role you will possess Tertiary qualifications in Business Management, Engineering, Economics, Commerce or equivalent discipline (essential) Expert understanding of procurement and supply chain management practices Demonstrated ability to lead, influence, motivate and develop a team Extensive contract management andor commercial experience Solid understanding of financial management and accounting principles, complemented by exceptional leadership Demonstrated experience working in a complex commercial and stakeholder environment Highly advanced communication, negotiation and stakeholder management skills ,with the ability to influence outcomes Experience implementing or integrating procurement or ERP systems into a large business Solid understanding of project management principles Previous experience in government-to-private commercial relationships Experience as head of procurement in a business with annual supply chain spend >1bn Benefits All Metro Employees receive a free Myki pass that allows free Public Transport in Victoria Metro supports worklife balance with opportunities to work from home on occasion Melbourne is currently home to the largest rail infrastructure projects in Australia that will boast long term employment and future career opportunities. Ready to apply? Please submit your application by clicking ˜Apply Now™ before 5 pm 29th of May 2019 . Metro Trains is an equal opportunity employer and embraces diversity. We encourage all interested applicants to apply but please do note only applications with the right to live and work in Australia will be considered for this position.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • GM Procurement & Supply Chain

    GM Procurement Supply Chain Permanent full time opportunity Based in Melbourne CBD MTM is part of an international rail family that operates services worldwide About Metro Metro Trains Melbourne is a multi-award winning organisation that places our passengers and employees at the centre of everything we do. We run the city™s metropolitan rail service that transports over 400,000 passengers each day, and work towards our vision of connecting people and places “ for a growing Melbourne. Metro serves a diverse community and we are equally committed to developing a diverse and inclusive workforce which provides a rewarding work culture. We offer our employees a collaborative environment, opportunities to learn new skills and a flexible worklife balance. Metro is a holder of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing Supply (CIPS) Procurement Excellence Advanced Gold Award and is the first Australian organisation to achieve this status. About the position In this key position you will report into the CFO whilst leading a team of procurement professionals. Working in a complex commercial and stakeholder environment that requires a wide variety of supply chain management strategies the General Manager, Procurement Supply Chain is responsible for ensuring Metro obtains maximum value from its supply chain. About you To ensure success in this role you will possess Tertiary qualifications in Business Management, Engineering, Economics, Commerce or equivalent discipline (essential) Expert understanding of procurement and supply chain management practices Demonstrated ability to lead, influence, motivate and develop a team Extensive contract management andor commercial experience Solid understanding of financial management and accounting principles, complemented by exceptional leadership Demonstrated experience working in a complex commercial and stakeholder environment Highly advanced communication, negotiation and stakeholder management skills ,with the ability to influence outcomes Experience implementing or integrating procurement or ERP systems into a large business Solid understanding of project management principles Previous experience in government-to-private commercial relationships Experience as head of procurement in a business with annual supply chain spend >1bn Benefits All Metro Employees receive a free Myki pass that allows free Public Transport in Victoria Metro supports worklife balance with opportunities to work from home on occasion Melbourne is currently home to the largest rail infrastructure projects in Australia that will boast long term employment and future career opportunities. Ready to apply? Please submit your application by clicking ˜Apply Now™ before 5 pm 29th of May 2019 . Metro Trains is an equal opportunity employer and embraces diversity. We encourage all interested applicants to apply but please do note only applications with the right to live and work in Australia will be considered for this position.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Procurement Specialist

    About us Located one and a half hours from the center of Melbourne, Watersure is a thriving business in Wonthaggi on the beautiful Bass Coast. Responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Victorian Desalination Project we strive to achieve our Zero Harm objective of protecting our people, assets and environment. Working together as one team we take pride in our achievements, expertise, technology and innovation. About the role As the Procurement Specialist you will be a key member of the organisation, reporting to the Contracts and Compliance Manager, championing the procurement function across the business. Key aspects of the role include Reviewing and updating the procurement policies and procedures Review and process purchase requisitions Efficiently manage the supplier base Develop sound relationships across the Watersure team Negotiate complex contracts including chemical contracts Develop integrated purchasing strategies Support supplier contract negotiations Coordinate with suppliers Analysing category spends and produce reports as required by Management About you Our ideal candidate will have relevant procurement experience gained from either heavy industry, mining, manufacturing, oil gas or similar. Other key skills and capabilities include High levels of energy and initiative Ability to translate business needs into practical procurement solutions Outstanding problem solving skills Good communication skills What you will get in return As the successful candidate you will be offered a competitive salary commensurate on previous skills and experience. Watersure prides itself on putting our people first offering attractive performance bonus opportunities as well as learning and development opportunities. You will be based in a bustling regional town and will enjoy a great work life balance, with the beautiful Bass Coast on your door step. What you need to do now If this sounds like you, click ˜APPLY NOW™ or forward your up to date resume and cover letter to sascha.raynerwatersure.com.au. Please call Sascha Rayner on 03 5671 9043 for a confidential discussion about the role if you would like further information. To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa. Formal offer of employment is subject to standard pre-employment checks including medical and other background checks. To find out more about the Victorian Desalination Plant, please visit www.aquasure.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a procurement specialist? Whats your expected annual base salary? How many years experience do you have in a procurement role?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Procurement Specialist

    About us Located one and a half hours from the center of Melbourne, Watersure is a thriving business in Wonthaggi on the beautiful Bass Coast. Responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Victorian Desalination Project we strive to achieve our Zero Harm objective of protecting our people, assets and environment. Working together as one team we take pride in our achievements, expertise, technology and innovation. About the role As the Procurement Specialist you will be a key member of the organisation, reporting to the Contracts and Compliance Manager, championing the procurement function across the business. Key aspects of the role include Reviewing and updating the procurement policies and procedures Review and process purchase requisitions Efficiently manage the supplier base Develop sound relationships across the Watersure team Negotiate complex contracts including chemical contracts Develop integrated purchasing strategies Support supplier contract negotiations Coordinate with suppliers Analysing category spends and produce reports as required by Management About you Our ideal candidate will have relevant procurement experience gained from either heavy industry, mining, manufacturing, oil gas or similar. Other key skills and capabilities include High levels of energy and initiative Ability to translate business needs into practical procurement solutions Outstanding problem solving skills Good communication skills What you will get in return As the successful candidate you will be offered a competitive salary commensurate on previous skills and experience. Watersure prides itself on putting our people first offering attractive performance bonus opportunities as well as learning and development opportunities. You will be based in a bustling regional town and will enjoy a great work life balance, with the beautiful Bass Coast on your door step. What you need to do now If this sounds like you, click ˜APPLY NOW™ or forward your up to date resume and cover letter to sascha.raynerwatersure.com.au. Please call Sascha Rayner on 03 5671 9043 for a confidential discussion about the role if you would like further information. To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa. Formal offer of employment is subject to standard pre-employment checks including medical and other background checks. To find out more about the Victorian Desalination Plant, please visit www.aquasure.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a procurement specialist? Whats your expected annual base salary? How many years experience do you have in a procurement role?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Procurement Specialist

    About us Located one and a half hours from the center of Melbourne, Watersure is a thriving business in Wonthaggi on the beautiful Bass Coast. Responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Victorian Desalination Project we strive to achieve our Zero Harm objective of protecting our people, assets and environment. Working together as one team we take pride in our achievements, expertise, technology and innovation. About the role As the Procurement Specialist you will be a key member of the organisation, reporting to the Contracts and Compliance Manager, championing the procurement function across the business. Key aspects of the role include Reviewing and updating the procurement policies and procedures Review and process purchase requisitions Efficiently manage the supplier base Develop sound relationships across the Watersure team Negotiate complex contracts including chemical contracts Develop integrated purchasing strategies Support supplier contract negotiations Coordinate with suppliers Analysing category spends and produce reports as required by Management About you Our ideal candidate will have relevant procurement experience gained from either heavy industry, mining, manufacturing, oil gas or similar. Other key skills and capabilities include High levels of energy and initiative Ability to translate business needs into practical procurement solutions Outstanding problem solving skills Good communication skills What you will get in return As the successful candidate you will be offered a competitive salary commensurate on previous skills and experience. Watersure prides itself on putting our people first offering attractive performance bonus opportunities as well as learning and development opportunities. You will be based in a bustling regional town and will enjoy a great work life balance, with the beautiful Bass Coast on your door step. What you need to do now If this sounds like you, click ˜APPLY NOW™ or forward your up to date resume and cover letter to sascha.raynerwatersure.com.au. Please call Sascha Rayner on 03 5671 9043 for a confidential discussion about the role if you would like further information. To be eligible to apply for this position you must have an appropriate Australian or New Zealand work visa. Formal offer of employment is subject to standard pre-employment checks including medical and other background checks. To find out more about the Victorian Desalination Plant, please visit www.aquasure.com.au The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have as a procurement specialist? Whats your expected annual base salary? How many years experience do you have in a procurement role?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Procurement Officer - (Fixed Term) - Camberwell

    Procurement Officer - (Fixed Term) - Camberwell As an ASX200 listed company in Australias fastest growing industry, Estia Health is dedicated to caring for thousands of older Australians who choose to make Estia their home. As we continue to expand, we are striving to attract, develop and retain the best talent in Aged Care. With over 7500 employees in both metropolitan and regional Australia, we are proud to be a values based organisation providing meaningful careers. About the role Working within our shared services Operations team, we are seeking an experienced Procurement Officer to join our team on a 4-month contract. Based in our Melbourne Head Office the primary purpose of this role is to ensure that the Estia Health Operations team is supported through purchasing transactions and decisions and use of the Estia purchasing tools and policies. In addition, the role currently provides capex advice, support, and training to a range of stakeholders, to promote use of the purchasing software (ARM). The Purchasing Officer is also required to undertake regular catalogue administration and pricing updates to maintain the integrity of the ARM platform. About you You™ll bring to the role your energy, your passionate and caring nature and you will have Minimum 3 years Administration experience with a knowledge of Health andor Aged Care operations requirements Hands-on experience with Microsoft Suite software including Excel Ability to quickly understand effectively utilise new software platforms and then teach others effectively in utilisation of same Demonstrated ability to work independently and regularly communicateescalate as required Understanding of supply chain procedures and end to end strategic procurement activities Hands on experience briefing requirements for quotes, raising purchase orders, admin recording of same Demonstrated ability to train personnel with diverse skill sets in software or process improvements Experience in purchasing, supply store rationalisation and inventory management, within the Health andor Aged Care sectors Highly developed written and verbal communications with both internal and external stakeholders Ability to work across multiple departments and understand Estia Health™s drivers Knowledge of Work Health and Safety and a commitment to keeping yourself and others safe and well The right to work in Australia What will we offer in return? Open, friendly, collaborative team - feel supported though enjoy autonomy to deliver your work Fast paced, progressive environment Enjoy working in a contemporary office with coffee and fresh fruit on us Close to public transport and street parking in the area Estia offers a range of benefits including workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Join us If you would like to know more, please call our recruitment team on 1300 615 724 or by emailing recruitmentestiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page. link removed We support a holistic approach to Work Health and Safety by supporting our homes with a commitment to keeping our residents and team members stay safe and well. www.estiahealth.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Procurement Officer - (Fixed Term) - Camberwell

    Procurement Officer - (Fixed Term) - Camberwell As an ASX200 listed company in Australias fastest growing industry, Estia Health is dedicated to caring for thousands of older Australians who choose to make Estia their home. As we continue to expand, we are striving to attract, develop and retain the best talent in Aged Care. With over 7500 employees in both metropolitan and regional Australia, we are proud to be a values based organisation providing meaningful careers. About the role Working within our shared services Operations team, we are seeking an experienced Procurement Officer to join our team on a 4-month contract. Based in our Melbourne Head Office the primary purpose of this role is to ensure that the Estia Health Operations team is supported through purchasing transactions and decisions and use of the Estia purchasing tools and policies. In addition, the role currently provides capex advice, support, and training to a range of stakeholders, to promote use of the purchasing software (ARM). The Purchasing Officer is also required to undertake regular catalogue administration and pricing updates to maintain the integrity of the ARM platform. About you You™ll bring to the role your energy, your passionate and caring nature and you will have Minimum 3 years Administration experience with a knowledge of Health andor Aged Care operations requirements Hands-on experience with Microsoft Suite software including Excel Ability to quickly understand effectively utilise new software platforms and then teach others effectively in utilisation of same Demonstrated ability to work independently and regularly communicateescalate as required Understanding of supply chain procedures and end to end strategic procurement activities Hands on experience briefing requirements for quotes, raising purchase orders, admin recording of same Demonstrated ability to train personnel with diverse skill sets in software or process improvements Experience in purchasing, supply store rationalisation and inventory management, within the Health andor Aged Care sectors Highly developed written and verbal communications with both internal and external stakeholders Ability to work across multiple departments and understand Estia Health™s drivers Knowledge of Work Health and Safety and a commitment to keeping yourself and others safe and well The right to work in Australia What will we offer in return? Open, friendly, collaborative team - feel supported though enjoy autonomy to deliver your work Fast paced, progressive environment Enjoy working in a contemporary office with coffee and fresh fruit on us Close to public transport and street parking in the area Estia offers a range of benefits including workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Join us If you would like to know more, please call our recruitment team on 1300 615 724 or by emailing recruitmentestiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page. link removed We support a holistic approach to Work Health and Safety by supporting our homes with a commitment to keeping our residents and team members stay safe and well. www.estiahealth.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Procurement Officer - (Fixed Term) - Camberwell

    Procurement Officer - (Fixed Term) - Camberwell As an ASX200 listed company in Australias fastest growing industry, Estia Health is dedicated to caring for thousands of older Australians who choose to make Estia their home. As we continue to expand, we are striving to attract, develop and retain the best talent in Aged Care. With over 7500 employees in both metropolitan and regional Australia, we are proud to be a values based organisation providing meaningful careers. About the role Working within our shared services Operations team, we are seeking an experienced Procurement Officer to join our team on a 4-month contract. Based in our Melbourne Head Office the primary purpose of this role is to ensure that the Estia Health Operations team is supported through purchasing transactions and decisions and use of the Estia purchasing tools and policies. In addition, the role currently provides capex advice, support, and training to a range of stakeholders, to promote use of the purchasing software (ARM). The Purchasing Officer is also required to undertake regular catalogue administration and pricing updates to maintain the integrity of the ARM platform. About you You™ll bring to the role your energy, your passionate and caring nature and you will have Minimum 3 years Administration experience with a knowledge of Health andor Aged Care operations requirements Hands-on experience with Microsoft Suite software including Excel Ability to quickly understand effectively utilise new software platforms and then teach others effectively in utilisation of same Demonstrated ability to work independently and regularly communicateescalate as required Understanding of supply chain procedures and end to end strategic procurement activities Hands on experience briefing requirements for quotes, raising purchase orders, admin recording of same Demonstrated ability to train personnel with diverse skill sets in software or process improvements Experience in purchasing, supply store rationalisation and inventory management, within the Health andor Aged Care sectors Highly developed written and verbal communications with both internal and external stakeholders Ability to work across multiple departments and understand Estia Health™s drivers Knowledge of Work Health and Safety and a commitment to keeping yourself and others safe and well The right to work in Australia What will we offer in return? Open, friendly, collaborative team - feel supported though enjoy autonomy to deliver your work Fast paced, progressive environment Enjoy working in a contemporary office with coffee and fresh fruit on us Close to public transport and street parking in the area Estia offers a range of benefits including workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Join us If you would like to know more, please call our recruitment team on 1300 615 724 or by emailing recruitmentestiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page. link removed We support a holistic approach to Work Health and Safety by supporting our homes with a commitment to keeping our residents and team members stay safe and well. www.estiahealth.com.au

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • PURCHASING MANAGER - Scientific Industry

    PURCHASING MANAGER “ Scientific Industry Bio-Strategy is a dynamic organisation that prides itself on delivering excellence to the scientific community throughout Australasia. We are a team of highly qualified professionals who share a passion for bringing sciences to life in pharmaceutical and biotech companies, as well as industrial, educational and governmental organisations. In partnership with global leading suppliers, we provide quality technology solutions including instrumentation, consumable and reagents for research, biotechnology, clinical diagnostics, education and industrial applications. Due to continued growth, we are seeking an experienced Purchasing Manager that can drive the Purchasing team through continuous improvement of our processes that relate to controlling and monitoring the purchasing functions from both local and overseas suppliers. You will be responsible for improving the balance and turnover of our inventory through timely and efficient ordering practices. The role requires in-depth experience of purchasing across a wide range of complex products based on demand planning and indent ordering. You will have accountability and ownership of the following Leading a team of purchasing officers In conjunction with the Product Managers, develop and improve our procurement strategy Reporting critical information to the Senior Management team Actively monitor purchasing methods to ensure cost effectiveness of shipments and maintenance of profit levels Consider customer requirements, inventory levels and freight costs when making purchasing decisions. Scheduling and placing orders for all requirements within appropriate timeframes Process order confirmations and follow up on backorders with suppliers and monitor delays Support the business by ensuring that the most up to date ETA information is available Liaise with all warehouses to ensure timely and accurate receipt of inwards goods In conjunction with the Marketing team, maintain purchasing parameters in the system Ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements for import of goods into Australia. Communicate abnormal or continuing delays of shipments to Product Managers and Customer Service. Review inbound freight percentages quarterly and provide feedback. Prepare and present procurement updates as required. To be successful in this role, you will require excellent interpersonalcommunication skills and have a demonstrated background in managing teams and driving process improvements. You will be a logical thinker who can provide viable resolutions and can work effectively under pressure. Previous purchasing experience in either life sciences or handling temperature sensitive and dangerous goods in a strict regulatory environment, will be highly regarded. In return we offer a professional working environment that values its people and recognises the importance of employee input and encourage a balanced worklife approach. If this sounds like the next career move for you, then we™d like to hear from you. Due to volume of applications, only successful short-listed candidates will be contacted. The application form will include these questions Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? How many years experience do you have in a procurement role? Whats your expected annual base salary? Do you have purchasing experience? How many years experience do you have as a manager team lead?

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Contract Management Coordinator

    Contract Management Coordinator This role is crucial for the overall delivery of a contract management framework as you will play a significant part in shaping the way procurement will be done into the future. It is an exciting time to be joining the Magistrates Court of Victoria, as we embark on a digital procurement transformation with the core focus on delivering source to contract activities in a consistent and efficient manner. About The Role Reporting to the Manager Procurement, the Contract Management Coordinator is responsible for a range of tasks, including but not limited to Leading the design and implementation process of a contract management framework across the Magistrates Court of Victoria. Providing high level and detailed professional advice on contract management, practices, policies and processes to key internal stakeholders. Prepare reports and recommendations as required and provide regular progress reporting on the status of contracts against KPIs or other metrics for internal and external stakeholders. About you To be successful in this role, you must have Proven experience in developing and executing high quality procurement and contract management plans. Significant hands-on procurement experience in a project environment (or similar) with an emphasis on planning, executing and obtaining approvals for end to end procurement activities across a broad range of categories. Commercial acumen and a strong understanding of business, performance expectations and critical success factors to negotiate, manage and administer contracts and meet operational requirements. Designed and delivered training packages on contract management and other related procurement topics. What we can offer you In return we offer, A fantastic team environment An organisation where Procurement is truly valued Opportunities for training and development Career progression and acting opportunties Industry competitive salary How to apply To apply, please click the ˜Apply Now button, ensuring you include the following documents in your application resume a short covering letter completed application form (see file attachment) For further information on the position, please see the attached position description. Other information Court Services Victoria (CSV) is the employer of staff at all Victorian courts and tribunals, the Judicial College of Victoria, and the Judicial Commission of Victoria. CSV offers a wide range of legal and non-legal career options as well as attractive employee benefits. CSV is committed to building a diverse workforce and inclusive culture. We strongly encourage people of all abilities to apply, particularly people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage, and those who may experience diversity or disability related barriers in securing employment. Magistrates Court of Victorias vision is that all employees access and enjoy the same rights, responsibilities, resources and opportunities regardless of their gender, identity or cultural beliefs. The Magistrates Court of Victoria is committed to providing a safe and respectful workplace and has zero tolerance for violence against women.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Procurement Specialist - Heavy Automotive

    Procurement Supply Chain Procurement Specialist - Heavy Automotive Seeking a Procurement Specialist to deliver sustainable business value by building relationships with some of our key suppliers in our most vital category. Client Details Well known, household name in Australian heavy automotive manufacturing. As a growing team, our client is aiming to attract professional candidates who will add to the culture of the organisation and will be able to bring a fresh set of ideas to the table. Description Maintain and build strong rapport with localinternational suppliers Manage and lead the negotiation team Collaborate closely with relevant departments to ensure understanding and compliance with key procurement strategies Build an accurate forecast for category price movements Profile Supplier negotiation and management skills Team orientated approach Previous experience within direct automotive procurement Great communication Innovation process considered advantageous Job Offer Accelerated Career Development Program designed to prepare you for the very highest levels of leadership. Lucrative salary and excellent benefits. 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 Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobsprocurement-supply-chain

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Procurement Specialist - Heavy Automotive

    Procurement Supply Chain Procurement Specialist - Heavy Automotive Seeking a Procurement Specialist to deliver sustainable business value by building relationships with some of our key suppliers in our most vital category. Client Details Well known, household name in Australian heavy automotive manufacturing. As a growing team, our client is aiming to attract professional candidates who will add to the culture of the organisation and will be able to bring a fresh set of ideas to the table. Description Maintain and build strong rapport with localinternational suppliers Manage and lead the negotiation team Collaborate closely with relevant departments to ensure understanding and compliance with key procurement strategies Build an accurate forecast for category price movements Profile Supplier negotiation and management skills Team orientated approach Previous experience within direct automotive procurement Great communication Innovation process considered advantageous Job Offer Accelerated Career Development Program designed to prepare you for the very highest levels of leadership. Lucrative salary and excellent benefits. 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 Part of PageGroup www.michaelpage.com.aujobsprocurement-supply-chain

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Lead Procurement Specialist

    A minimum of 5-10 years experience in procurement. A tertiary qualification in Project Controls, Supply Chain, Purchasing or similar....

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Lead Procurement Specialist

    A minimum of 5-10 years experience in procurement. A tertiary qualification in Project Controls, Supply Chain, Purchasing or similar....

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Supply and Distribution Manager - Australia/New Zealand

    Pope Packaging is a leading manufacturer and distributor of commercial packaging with operations across Australian and international markets. An opportunity has now arisen for a procurement professional to manage the purchasing and shipping functions across its trading and manufacturing sites in Australia and New Zealand. The role is full time and based in Melbourne, Australia. This role has responsibility for overseeing all elements relating to the procurement of the companys traded product portfolio, primary raw material inputs, inbound shipping logistics, key supplier negotiations and performance management, and all associated administration tasks connected with the function. As the Supply and Distribution Manager your responsibility will be to ensure all product supply needs are met in full and on a timely and competitively priced basis, to contribute to the development and execution of the companys strategic procurement and supplier management plan, to drive continuous improvement across the purchasing and shipping function, and to be an active and contributing member of the companys management group. Key Attribute Required Commercially astute with strong analytical, negotiation and problem-solving skills Proven people leadership and strong self-awareness qualities as you will engage all levels of the company Ability to conduct internal and external meetings to deliver on all procurement requirements Strong focus on customer satisfaction and quality with the ability to consistently achieve agreed supply functional KPIs Extensive experience in procurement function activities and supplier management and negotiation experience Have extensive experience in implementing policies and procedures across the supply chain. Strong IT skills including experience in Microsoft Office products. Ability to continuously identify, develop and implement new initiatives and constantly challenge the status quo to find more effective ways to accomplish tasks. Minimum 10 years of relevant experience Importantly you will be commercially minded and you will possess a natural desire to support the business team and share a passion for growing a business to see it reach its full potential. This is an excellent opportunity for person to continue the development of their supply chain experience and develop broader business exposure in a private company environment. An attractive remuneration package reflecting experience and qualifications will be negotiated with the successful applicant.

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


  • Procurement/Purchasing Officer

    Tertiary qualifications in Logistics, Business Administration or relevant field. Current and potential vendors....

    location Lower Dandenong Rd, Parkdale VIC 3195, Australia


  • Inventory Planning and Distribution Lead

    Ideally you will be tertiary qualified in Logistics, have previous experience in managing budgets and financial analysis and be in search of an energetic,...

    location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


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