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Supply Chain Manager

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Location: Johannesburg South
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Supply Chain Manager
R0- R0
1 Calendar Month
Asian
46
16272
Masters
Master in Business Administration

Certificate in Road Transportation:Freight and Logistcs
Master in Business Administration:Business Administration
Grade12:English,Afrikaans,Mathematics,Accounting,Economics,Business Economics
Microsoft,Syspro,MRP III,MS Excel,MS Outlook,MS PowerPoint,E-Mail,Internet,MS Works,Windows (basic),MS Access,MS Word
Leaders in the procurement services, steel & steel related supply and complete logistics service provider to a vast range of industries.:Managing Director From 2015-10 To Current
Duties
  • Overall responsibility of Business Management and Operations
  • Responsible for Business Development 
  • Implementation of the required systems to handle procurement, inbound stock, MRP and distribution planning
  • Setup of Trade agreements with international traders
  • Responsible for managing all Logistics Service Providers
  • Approval of Service Level Agreements (SLA’s) and Contracts with all LSP’s and subcontractors
  • Implementation of best practice procedures and the streamlining of processes throughout the entire supply chain
  • Management of the expediting process
  • Direct company operations to meet budget and other financial goals 
  • Oversee budgetary planning and processes 
  • Attend Government Tender Briefings 
  • Strict Adherence to PFMA & MFMA Policies

Engineering & manufacture of structural steel:Supply Chain Executive From 2008-11 To 2015-10
Duties
  • Member of Exco Team
  • Manage various aspects of optimizing the supply chain include liaising with suppliers to eliminate bottlenecks; sourcing strategically to strike a balance between lowest material cost and transportation, implementing just-in-time techniques to optimize manufacturing flow; maintaining the right mix and location of factories and warehouses to serve customer markets; and using location allocation, vehicle routing analysis, dynamic programming, and traditional logistics optimization to maximize the efficiency of distribution
  • Strategic supply chain planning, including procurement, inbound logistics, storage and handling, WIP, outbound logistics and track and trace at sites
  • Responsible for the procurement, main stores, mini stores, stockyards, WIP and despatch functions (including all associated staff & assets)
  • Responsible for track and trace at both Medupi and Kusile Power Plant lay down Areas
  • Supply Chain reporting and implementation of leadership pipeline (performance measures & reviews)
  • Implementation of the required systems to handle procurement, inbound stock, MRP and distribution planning
  • Responsible for managing all Logistics Service Providers - Genrec and Client nominated - to ensure accurate and timeous delivery of all finished goods.
  • Approval of Service Level Agreements (SLA’s) and Contracts with all LSP’s and subcontractors
  • Implementation of best practice procedures and the streamlining of processes throughout the entire supply chain
  • Day-to-day management of the logistics function 
  • Management of the expediting process and introduction of supplier delivery tracking procedures and/or systems
  • Manage the Import of all raw materials and fabricated items
  • Management of the supply chain cycle including interfaces with both local and international suppliers and customers
  • Achievement of key targets relating to logistics, including on-time delivery, LSP performance (frequency, time and cost).
  • Reduce cost through optimization of People, Processes, Technologies 
  • Direct company operations to meet budget and other financial goals 
  • Oversee budgetary planning and processes 
  • Integrate People through Vision, Mission, Values and Organisational Structures
  • Drive change, accountability, and excellence within Management Team 
  • Drive Best Practices across business units 
  • In conjunction with Group Support Services effectively manage the human resources according to authorised policies and procedures that fully conform to current laws, regulations and company policy

Oil Refining - Petroleum - Drilling:Supply Chain Manager From 1999-06 To 2008-10
Duties
  • Negotiating prices, contracts and supply agreements with suppliers in compliance with company procedures and keeping the highest standards of ethics
  • Reducing total cost of ownership utilising effective strategies (NATC’s, group worldwide procurement methods) 
  • Managing the planning of the production and the procurement process utilising MRP systems and effective sales forecasts
  • Managing the base oil stocks ensuring that enough stock is available for production Liaising with base oil suppliers both locally and internationally 
  • Checking and approving any proposed new supplier or supplier agreement
  • Approving service level agreements, terms and conditions and credit approval documents
  • Managing the import of raw materials and base oils from Europe
  • Managing the export of hazardous and non hazardous products into Africa and also to the Indian Ocean Islands
  • Ensuring the prompt supply of all the necessary documentation to the financial department in order to effect payment to all suppliers
  • Managing the product bill of material in the Syspro system in line with company procedures and in compliance with the official formulation required for blending Supervising the formulation change process keeping record of the raw material stock holding and also ensuring that there is no obsolete or long lasting stock
  • Controlling the quality of all incoming products by implementing the received goods status report procedure with each warehouse / depot, ensuring that the FIFO stock holding method is utilised
  • Managing the slow moving stock countrywide
  • Managing all in house and outsourced warehouses and relevant third party transport companies
  • Regular meetings are held to discuss service level agreements
  • Resolving all claim processes effectively and efficiently
  • Attending quarterly technical / supply and blend plant review meetings at the Blend Plant in Durban
  • Capex budget and costing analysis is discussed in detail at these meetings
  • Managing of employees through continuous people management, staff development and coaching, ensuring a positive working environment that will attract and retain skilled manpower and increase productivity
  • Managing the HSEQ and security ensuring constant adherence and compliance to the company’s standard policies and procedures (this is to minimise all risk pertaining to the company’s assets and stock)
  • Managing of company’s fleet of vehicles
  • Organisation Proxy on whole fleet

 

National Operations Manager
June 2004 to April 2005

  • Managing all outsourced depots ensuring that stock levels are maintained to set targets to minimise working capital requirements and meet supply demands
  • Managing the host relationship, where applicable with other oil companies by meeting the requirements of the agreement to ensure sound business relations in joint ventures
  • Managing the company’s stock records through the Syspro computer system as per company procedures
  • Managing the input of blending sheets, Grn’s, stock transfers, conversions as per official documentation
  • Verifying all data processed is supported by the correct documentation in original, duly signed by the relevant authorised personnel and is compliant with the general accepted accounting practice

 

Operations Manager
June 2001 to May 2004

  • Planning and executing the production at the blend plant ensuring that sufficient quantities of stock levels are on hand
  • Managing of the blend plant operations taking care of Agip’s interest in the JV operation
  • Monitoring, controlling and reconciling the consumption of raw material and finished product manufactured and stored at the plant 
  • Attending quarterly blend plant review meetings
  • Controlling Capex at blend plant on behalf of Agip
  • Ensuring the correct formulations are used in the manufacture of Agip’s products Identifying any discrepancies and following up with blend plant immediately

 

Logistics Manager
January 2000 to May 2001

  • Managing the central purchasing office, by authorising and issuing purchase orders to various suppliers
  • Negotiating contracts and service level agreements with approved suppliers
  • Managing and organising the monthly stock count
  • Reconciling stock counted monthly, giving written explanations to the variances
  • Reconciling monthly invoices from transport companies ensuring that all documentation is in order to effect payment

 

Warehouse Controller
June 1999 to December 1999

  • Supervising the warehouse operations
  • Controlling the receiving and distribution
  • Perform weekly stock counts and report any anomalies to management
  • Coordinating the company fleet of vehicles
  • Route planning to ensure effective use of delivery vehicles
  • Verifying all data processed is supported by the correct documentation in original, duly signed by the relevant authorised personnel and is compliant with the general accepted accounting practice
  • Supervising HSEQ within warehouse

Leading packaging:Warehouse Supervisor From 1998-07 To 1999-05
Duties
  • Supervising all inwards from factory to warehouse 
  • Ensuring correct quantities are received from production
  • Coordinating all distribution from warehouse
  • Coordinating customer own collections
  • Managing all outsourced transporters ensuring service levels are adhered to
  • Performing monthly physical stock counts 
  • Analysing stock counts together with finance 
  • Coordinating goods returned vouchers

Distribution service:Warehouse Controller From 1994-07 To 1998-06
Duties
  • Managing of warehouse daily activities
  • Coordinating the receiving and despatching of frozen foods, ensuring proper temperature control
  • Performing the physical stock counts on a monthly basis and hand over to the financial department for reconciliation
  • Performing the verification of recounts
  • Coordinating the GRN (Goods returned Vouchers)
  • Assisting in vehicle route planning department
  • Assisting in fleet management department
  • Coordinating monthly forklift maintenance

Printing - Publishing:Accounts Clerk From 1993-06 To 1994-06
Duties
  • Monthly reconciliation of cash book
  • Daily cash sales reconciliation
  • Purchasing of consumables for the factory

Consumer Products - FMCG:Data Capturer From 1990-12 To 1992-12
Duties
  • Analysing research documents ensuring that it is duly completed
  • Data capturing the research document on to UNIX
  • Cross verification of data capture
  • Score reporting analysis
  • Changing data tapes daily
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