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Stores Clerk

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Job Description: 

My client, a well-established manufacturing company in Durban has an urgent requirement for a Stores Clerk in Durban. 

 

Key Performance Areas:

  • Issue of Store Stock Items and Direct Purchase Items- Receipts of goods, Binning of items into the correct locations, preservation of items into items stored in the warehouse and goods issues to plant personnel.
  • Stocktaking - Accurately carry out weekly and monthly cycle counts, provide detailed analysis of any variances and obtain the necessary sign off for variances and file signed hardcopy of cycle counts.
  • Synergies and opportunities - Seek stores synergies across the 3 operations and drive down the inventory across the operations.
  • SHEQ - Manage and Support SHEQ initiatives to achieve company SHEQ objectives and build commitment to sustain improvements in safety.
  • PR / PO Management/ Administration - Enforce the Procure to Pay Process, with specific attention to successfully manage and administrate the Purchase Requisition (PR) and Purchase Order (PO) process.
  • General - Manage the yard stock in terms of issues, stock control, variances and security especially with regards to the major raw materials viz, liners, plastic, sacks etc.

 

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Grade 12, Tertiary qualification in inventory management or related
  • 3-5 years’ experience in a stores /similar environment
  • SAP MM experience essential
  • Valid Forklift License essential
  • Computer literacy essential
  • NOSA/Safety & Health Training would be beneficial.

 

Location: 

Durban, South Africa,

Company: 

Tower Group

Education: 

No education

Job Category: 

Manufacturing,Supply Chain

Working Experience: 

2 to 5 years

Contract Type: 

Full Time

Salary: 

Negotiable

Salary Frequency: 

Monthly

Job Reference #: 

3807631302

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