Fixed Contract Role
Waiū is a dairy processing plant situated in the Eastern Bay of Plenty region of Aotearoa-New Zealand.
The name Waiū is a Māori name that was suggested by one of our kaumatua. Waiū has a number of interpretations.
For Waiū Dairy, we interpret it as 'sustenance' as that is what the products Waiū produces are intended to give-sustenance in the form of health & wellbeing.
Qualifications & experience
- 5 Years experience in a supply chain or logistics role
- Strong time management skills, and the ability to prioritise and manage multiple tasks whilst working to deadline
- The ability to build strong relationships and communicate with internal shareholders and external customers at multiple levels
- Previous experience with an ERP system
- Tertiary education considered but not essential
Tasks & responsibilities
- Management of all activities related to the sourcing and procurement of necessary materials and supplies needed to meet the changing level of demand
- Management of contracts with freight forwarders and transport companies to ensure best efficiency
- Liaise with the Technical Manager and the Production Team around coordination of product exported from the factory along with storage of the product prior to shipping
- Book shipping containers and ensure that all export documentation is completed on time
- Ensure that inventory reporting is delivered to the Sales Team on time
- Work as part of the financial team to set budgets for the upcoming financial year
- This role is part of Waiū, a Māori dairy business based in Kawerau providing dairy goods to the world. He whenua taurikura, he waiū tangata tonu.
The application form will include these questions:
- Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand?
- How many years' experience do you have with forecasting for businesses?
- Do you have experience in a role which requires relationship management experience?
- How many years' experience do you have in supply chain management (SCM)?
- How many years' experience do you have with sales and operations planning (S & OP)?
Wednesday, March 17, 2021 3:07:00 PM