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Inventory Planner
HAYS, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, Victoria
Inventory Planner role in Melbourne CBD. Management of numerous brand portfolios for a large national retailer Your new Company A long-time leader in Australian retail, this business has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Inventory Planner in the inner suburbs of Melbourne. This is a stimulating role within a large established business with very solid foundations with strong dealings both nationally and globally. Your New Role As an Inventory Planner, you will be responsible for overseeing replenishment of stock for numerous brand portfolios. You will communicate regularly with 3 rd party logistics providers to accurately manage deliveries on a from both national and international points of origin. You will regularly contribute to sales forecasting, sales analysis whilst reporting to both Network Partners and international stakeholders. You will collaborate directly with Product Development Managers, Category Development Managers and Merchandise Planners. What you’ll need to succeed To be successful in this role, you will be proficient in sales planning and analysis with strong knowledge in Production Planning, Supply Chain and Logistics. You will be a highly organised and accountable individual with an emphasis on good communication. Key points of experience include: 5 years as an inventory planner Internal/external stakeholder management Experience using Symbion DC Intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Office Retail distribution experience Proficient in Production Planning and Forecasting Analysis Experience in writing accurate and detailed weekly, monthly and annual reports What you’ll get in return In this role, you will be offered a competitive and above market Remuneration package with added employee benefits. This company offers opportunities to grow within the business whilst adding valuable experience to your career and your network. This workplace offers onsite parking whilst being close to multiple forms of public transport. Along with placing an emphasis on maintaining a safe working environment, this business fosters a strong spirit of teamwork and unity deriving from a supportive and healthy workplace culture. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to oliver.bainhays.com.au , or call us now. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2506981
Inventory Optimization Planner
Michael Page International Pty Ltd, Victoria, VIC
About Our Client Our client is a market leading energy provider. As a business they are leading from the front in terms of renewable energy commitments and this role will have a direct line to the Solar Energy business unit. Job Description As Inventory Planner you will be responsible for the following: Manage and optimise all inventory control for local stock Monitor and ensure deliveries from suppliers are meeting SLA agreements and compliance Creation and processing of Purchase Requisitions and Order Reconciliation of invoices Ensure adequate stocks at all key distribution, Prepare and analyse all inventory reporting tools and recommend forecast requirements ADHOC Product and Cost reporting/analysis as required Provide back-up support to Logistics Coordinator when required Consider and approve/decline internal transfers between warehouses to meet pool stock requirements The Successful Applicant To be considered you will need to demonstrate the following: Minimum 2-3 years experience in a similar role Experience in purchasing or inventory planning Exceptional stakeholder skills and relationship management experience, favourable if exposed to 3PL relationships Critical attention to detail and reporting skills Demonstrated strong verbal and written communication skills High level computer literacy, including intermediate Excel Understanding of stock transfers, allocation and strategic planning What's on Offer 6 month contract role, with potential to extend. Inclusive, friendly operational culture. Newly created role for you to take ownership of
Palletiser
ALDI Stores Australia, Victoria, Dandenong Warehouse
At ALDI, our people are the key to our success.Without our hardworking Palletisers, we wouldn't be the successful business we are today. From unloading truckloads of goods, to ensuring pallets and crates are managed efficiently, the role of a Palletiser is hands-on, physical, and fast paced. If you have experience operating warehouse machinery, enjoy working in a close-knit team environment and thrive in a logistics operation that strives to achieve goals, then this could be your perfect fit.What's in it for you?Market leading remuneration - $30.55 per hour + penaltiesFour weeks annual leaveFlexible work arrangements and different levels of guaranteed contract hours availableCareer opportunities within our Distribution CentresComprehensive training and developmentFirst Class equipment and Distribution CentresBe a part of a leading international retailerExcellent team culture - work alongside friendly and supportive colleaguesYou will be responsible for:Loading and unloading trailers of stockHandling transferable assets, such as pallets and crates, for processing between Stores, Distribution Centres and suppliersBuilding pallets of stock to ship to the store networkOperating machinery in a safe and efficient mannerSelection Criteria:Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and as part of a teamConfident and engaging communication skillsAdaptability and flexibilityA current forklift licenseALDI as an employer: For the planners, the coordinators, the ones who strive for every efficiency. A role in one of our Distribution Centres will place you in ALDI's engine room - disciplined, structured, and constantly striving to achieve goals. With all the challenges of supporting a rapidly growing operation, you'll be supported by great conditions, generous remuneration and a culture that'll bring out the best in you.
Inventory Planner
HAYS, Warrnambool Region, Victoria, Melbourne CBD
Inventory Planner role in Melbourne CBD. Management of numerous brand portfolios for a large national retailer Your new Company A long-time leader in Australian retail, this business has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Inventory Planner in the inner suburbs of Melbourne. This is a stimulating role within a large established business with very solid foundations with strong dealings both nationally and globally. Your New Role As an Inventory Planner, you will be responsible for overseeing replenishment of stock for numerous brand portfolios. You will communicate regularly with 3 rd party logistics providers to accurately manage deliveries on a from both national and international points of origin. You will regularly contribute to sales forecasting, sales analysis whilst reporting to both Network Partners and international stakeholders. You will collaborate directly with Product Development Managers, Category Development Managers and Merchandise Planners. What you’ll need to succeed To be successful in this role, you will be proficient in sales planning and analysis with strong knowledge in Production Planning, Supply Chain and Logistics. You will be a highly organised and accountable individual with an emphasis on good communication. Key points of experience include: 5 years as an inventory planner Internal/external stakeholder management Experience using Symbion DC Intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Office Retail distribution experience Proficient in Production Planning and Forecasting Analysis Experience in writing accurate and detailed weekly, monthly and annual reports What you’ll get in return In this role, you will be offered a competitive and above market Remuneration package with added employee benefits. This company offers opportunities to grow within the business whilst adding valuable experience to your career and your network. This workplace offers onsite parking whilst being close to multiple forms of public transport. Along with placing an emphasis on maintaining a safe working environment, this business fosters a strong spirit of teamwork and unity deriving from a supportive and healthy workplace culture. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to oliver.bainhays.com.au , or call us now. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2506981
Inventory Planner
HAYS, Bendigo Region, Victoria, Melbourne CBD
Inventory Planner role in Melbourne CBD. Management of numerous brand portfolios for a large national retailer Your new Company A long-time leader in Australian retail, this business has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Inventory Planner in the inner suburbs of Melbourne. This is a stimulating role within a large established business with very solid foundations with strong dealings both nationally and globally. Your New Role As an Inventory Planner, you will be responsible for overseeing replenishment of stock for numerous brand portfolios. You will communicate regularly with 3 rd party logistics providers to accurately manage deliveries on a from both national and international points of origin. You will regularly contribute to sales forecasting, sales analysis whilst reporting to both Network Partners and international stakeholders. You will collaborate directly with Product Development Managers, Category Development Managers and Merchandise Planners. What you’ll need to succeed To be successful in this role, you will be proficient in sales planning and analysis with strong knowledge in Production Planning, Supply Chain and Logistics. You will be a highly organised and accountable individual with an emphasis on good communication. Key points of experience include: 5 years as an inventory planner Internal/external stakeholder management Experience using Symbion DC Intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft Office Retail distribution experience Proficient in Production Planning and Forecasting Analysis Experience in writing accurate and detailed weekly, monthly and annual reports What you’ll get in return In this role, you will be offered a competitive and above market Remuneration package with added employee benefits. This company offers opportunities to grow within the business whilst adding valuable experience to your career and your network. This workplace offers onsite parking whilst being close to multiple forms of public transport. Along with placing an emphasis on maintaining a safe working environment, this business fosters a strong spirit of teamwork and unity deriving from a supportive and healthy workplace culture. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to oliver.bainhays.com.au , or call us now. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2506981
Team Leader - Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation - Flexible Location
Lloyd Connect, Melbourne
Job descriptionRecruit and manage a team of 6-7 Advisors based across regional VICExciting healthy eating initiative across VictoriaFull time maximum term contract till 30 June 2024. Regional travel required.The Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation (SAKGF) introduces pleasurable food education to children during their learning years in order to form positive food habits for life. The Foundation has been successful in providing the inspiration, information, professional development, and support for institutions to deliver pleasurable food education programs, with sustainable results.SAKGF is seeking a Team Leader as part of an, exciting new healthy eating community engagement project. The Team Leader role will be responsible for overseeing a team of Advisors who are regionally based. The role is equal parts leadership, knowledge transfer and relationship management and will report to the General Manager – Healthy Kids Advisors.The Team Leader will either be based SAKGF office in Abbotsford or regionally and will recruit and manage a team who are working across regional Victoria. Regular regional travel will be an expectation of this role.Your key accountabilities and deliverables will include:Recruit and manage a team of 6-7 regionally based Healthy Kids Advisors.Oversee team training, development, annual workplans, performance reviews and coordinating integrated activities as necessary.Support transfer of knowledge across Healthy Kids Advisors and within SAKGF.Monitor local project deliverables, raising issues and options with Advisors and/or GM as necessary.Develop relationships with diverse range of mid-level project partners (e.g., Local government, Community Health sector, community leaders) and help identify and engage with other potential project partners.Work across multiple programs and services to deliver a streamlined approach and consistent messaging.Ensure delivery of program KPIs.Ensure evaluation and reporting data is up to date, accurately collected and fit for purpose.Support GM in contributing to quarterly and annual reporting.Provide quality and timely SME advice to GM on community engagement, community-based implementation, evaluation and other matters as they arise.Ongoing focus on risk management and policy adherence.Assist Advisors with local community engagement activities.Optimise program based on continuous improvement, feedback and data.The ideal candidate will be an experienced team leader with strong interpersonal and community engagement skills and the confidence to build rapport, in-person and over the phone, as well as the ability to liaise effectively with people from a range of social and cultural backgrounds. You will have strong organisational skills, the ability to prioritise, be a self-starter, work effectively under general direction and act as the lynchpin of a dispersed team.Tertiary qualifications in social sciences, public health, health promotion, community development or community engagement and/or experience as a team leader or people manager in the non-profit sector is essential. Experience in public health/health promotion/food education and previous experience working in remote teams is an advantage but not essential.If you have the drive and capabilities to integrate into SAKGF’s successful culture, as well as a true passion for fresh, seasonal, delicious food and a commitment to the aims of pleasurable food education then this could be the ideal next role for you.A current driver’s licence and WWCC is essential.Healthy Kids Advisors is supported by the Victorian Government and the Australian Government.To submit your application please click "Apply Now" and send your resume in WORD format.Jenny LloydDirector of Connections / Founderjenny@lloydconnect.com.au using the subject line: Team Leader - Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation - Flexible Location enquiry via EthicalJobs.
Team Leader - Family Violence Program & Sexual Assault Service
Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency, Melbourne
Job descriptionFull time, 12 month fixed term position available at Southern Region (Dandenong/ Frankston) Salary from $92,700 to $96,797, plus Super– based on qualifications and experienceAdditional Salary Packaging options available up to $15,900About the roleThe Team Leader position will provide leadership, direction and support to family violence case managers, family violence therapeutic counsellors and group facilitators, and sexual assault therapists employed within the family violence program. The role proactively ensures broad engagement with other VACCA programs.This position will contribute to the quality development and implementation of the program which delivers trauma informed therapeutic healing and repair support to a broad range of clientsThe OrganisationThe Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency (VACCA) is an Aboriginal Community-Controlled organisation that supports and advocates for the Aboriginal Community and is the largest organisation of it’s kind in Australia. The VACCA team is committed to the organisation’s visions and values, passionately providing support, service and advocacy for our children and other vulnerable members of the community.Our Aboriginality distinguishes us from other community organisations and we are proud of our friendly, supportive and inclusive organisational culture. We want everyone to feel welcome at VACCA. It is why we are able to deliver positive outcomes that lead to ongoing change.Our strength lies with our people.About YouTertiary qualification in social work, psychology, family therapy or a related discipline or a Certificate IV in a relevant field or demonstrated experienceDemonstrated experience in the successful delivery of risk assessments and safety plans.Knowledge and experience in the application of relevant legislation and professional guidelines (including children and young people at risk, MARAM, Family Violence Information Sharing Scheme, Child Information Sharing Scheme, relevant professional Code of Ethics and Practice Standards, and privacy requirements).A Working with Children’s Check for a paid employee (or willingness to obtain)A Victorian Drivers LicenceCurrent COVID-19 vaccination (minimum one dose, prior to commencement)What we can offer you!!Professional support and training via in-house learning and development training modulesAttractive salary packaging to increase your take home payGreat career development opportunities.Access to Employee support and wellbeing program(s)Opportunity to work and build connection with the Aboriginal Community and cultureWe strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders people to apply.If the role that is described above is something that you feel passionate about, don’t delay. Click APPLY to start your journey with VACCA. All applications must include your cover letter, current resume, and a document addressing the Key Selection Criteria, which can be found in the PD.Please click here to view the position description.We are committed to Aboriginal self-determination and supporting strong, safe, thriving Aboriginal communities and aim to ensure every individual is treated with dignity, honouring all cultural backgrounds, abilities, ethnicities, sexual orientations, gender identities and spiritual beliefs.VACCA is a child-safe organisation and is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of children and young people with zero tolerance for child abuse. All successful applicants will be required to undertake a National Police Record Check and Working with Children Check prior to commencement of employment and periodically following commencement.VACCA is an equal opportunity employer and has a smoke-free workplace policy.