Logistics Administrator – 6-month fixed-term contract
- Start date - 7 January 2019
- 6-month fixed-term contract
- West Auckland location with free parking
The company is a global FMCG powerhouse and the name behind many of NZ-s much-loved brands. They operate nationally and have a considerable local and international market for their products.
The business is implementing an improved ERP system and is looking for an experienced Logistics Administrator to provide cover for an existing member of staff who is being seconded to the ERP project.
The core elements of the job function will be to provide customer service support and logistics administration. The key elements are:
- Warehouse processing for 3PL sites
- Inventory planning and stock transfers
- Stock reconciliation
- Managing relationships with Customer Services, 3PL partners and internal stakeholders
- Data administration on JDE
You will need to have excellent written and verbal communication skills. You will comfortable in presenting yourself in a professional manner and be responsible with a good work ethic. Experience in a similar role is important, as is having strong IT skills. You will have excellent attention to detail and accuracy and be able to meet deadlines promptly.
What’s in it for you
In return, you will receive an annualised salary in the region of $50000 – $60000 and the opportunity to make your mark working for a global FMCG. The offices are best-in-class where you will join a high energy and welcoming team. Benefits include annual leave, KiwiSaver, parking and a free bar!
If this opportunity is of interest, please submit your CV by following the link below. If you’d like to find out more and for a confidential discussion please call John Boyle on 021 737 576 or email johnbhuntercampbell.co.nz
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