WE ARE LACTALIS AUSTRALIA
We are owned by the Lactalis Group, the world’s largest producer of dairy goods. With a range of more than 2,000 products, Lactalis is committed to playing a daily role in the health and well-being of consumers throughout the world, via the provision of nutritious dairy products—milk, cheese, yoghurt and other soft foods and beverages.
At the heart of our business locally, we have over 2,500 passionate employees, working closely and constructively with some 500 Australian farmers to produce the finest dairy products in the country.
Pillar brands such as Pauls, Oak, Ice Break, Tamar Valley Dairy, Vaalia, President and Galbani provide Lactalis Australia with a deep national footprint for growth and prosperity.
We are a growing global company that takes great pride in who we are. We are humble, proud and resilient. Our brands, people and know how define who we are.
We provide a safe workplace that delivers the opportunity to drive your development, and believe that true success comes from us.
Collaboration, flexibility and diversity are pillars of our environment. With knowledge and experience we encourage you to make a difference!
About this Opportunity
We now have a critical opportunity for the right candidate to step in and manage operational resources and supervise inventory integrity within the Northern region supply chain. You will be tasked with enhancing the regional supply chain by incorporating planning methodologies to improve operational efficiencies and reduce logistics costs within QLD, NSW and WA.
This role will offer the successful candidate the opportunity to drive results, be a change leader and build and maintain highly effective relationships across stakeholder groups.
As part of your remit, you will be responsible for:
- The reduction of labour costs, year on year, within region.
- The reduction of net inventory losses & claims, within region
- The reduction of asset costs, year on year, within region,
- Delivering agreed customer service levels in conjunction with operational efficiencies.
- Implementing policies to maintain, control and monitor assets in accordance with company strategy and contractual obligations.
- Providing relevant information to assist in the preparation of annual budgets and capital submissions.
As the successful candidate, you will have qualifications in logistics or a business related degree, along with relevant FMCG inventory experience. SAP experience is essential as is prior asset or materials management.
You will be ambitious and will have the autonomy and competency to succeed in this role. Please submit your application including current resume by selecting 'Apply' and following the prompts.
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