Assistant Manager: Logistics

REF NO: (ASM/L/2017/09-1P)
SALARY : R334 545R394 065 per annum
CENTRE : Pretoria
CLOSING DATE : 13 October 2017

Supply Chain Management of which 2 years should be in a supervisory capacity.
Computer literacy that includes a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office Products and ACCPAC as well as knowledge of BAS and LOGIS.
Knowledge of Supply chain management in government.
Knowledge of Logistics management.
Knowledge of PFMA and PPPFA.
Knowledge of Preferential Procurement Regulations of 2017.
Knowledge of Treasury Regulations Act.
Good Communications skills both written and verbal.
Good problem solving skills.
Results orientated.
Good interpersonal relations.
Customer oriented.
Team leader.
Good analytical skills.
Good financial/Accounting skills.
The successful candidate will be responsible for a wide variety of tasks which include, but not limited to the following: Implement and maintain logistics and inventory policies and frameworks: Guide and advice departmental employees on logistics and inventory management matters to promote correct implementation and sound logistics and inventory management practices.
Review, undertake, implement the supply chain logistics, inventory framework and policies through research.
Provide input in the design and development of logistics and inventory policies, processes and procedures.
Provide input in the strategic and annual supply chain logistics and inventory.
Provide monthly SCM reports on procurement of goods and services: Coordinate and facilitate the monthly SCM reports on procurement of goods and services.
Keep record of statistics required on government procurement goals.
Provide reports for audit purposes to AGSA on request.
Coordinate and review the processing of requisitions for goods and services: Processing of requisitions for goods and services.
Coordinate the placement of orders for goods and services.
Place an order for the service in the case of a service required.
Order and acquire goods if not a store item or the item is not in stock.
Coordinate the safekeeping and distribution of goods: Monitor the process of receiving and checking goods.
Ensure that goods are captured on relevant registers.
Return damaged incorrect and substandard goods.
Monitor the process of issuing goods as required.
Prepare and collate payment documents.
Monitor the control of stock: Oversee the process of stock taking according to stock taking plan.
Comparison of stock counted with official records.
Identify outdated, unserviceable, redundant and obsolete stock.
Prepare the identified stock for disposal.
Develop proposals for the disposal method.
Dispose according to approved method.
Manage and development of staff: Manage the performance of the unit which involves coaching, mentoring, and take corrective action where required, develop performance standards and evaluates team and individuals.
Monitor staff regarding human resource such as leave, recruitment and grievances.
Compile the work plans for the section including the consolidation of operational

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