Spare Parts Manager

An established machinery company located in Griffith NSW, is looking for an enthusiastic individual to manage its busy Spare Parts department.

This position services a large customer base, as well as internal licenced workshops. It's a demanding role and experience in the automotive industry is essential, preferably in a management role. In addition, training specific to the company's dealership brands will be provided. The department is largely computerised so exceptional skills in this area are a must.

Your Responsibilities
• Accept and process incoming orders accurately and promptly while maintaining a high level of customer service always.
• Place orders with suppliers, arranging best freight options, follow-up to minimise delays.
• Receive ordered goods into stock, maintain appropriate stock levels and rigorously control inventory across the organisation.
• Process paperwork meticulously, promptly and in liaison with accounts department.
• Report to management as required.

Demonstrated Experience
• History of direct customer service experience.
• A capacity for prioritising tasks, and meeting income and expense budgets.
• Ability to work in a team with a range of colleagues, and facilitate good relationships.
• Strong computer competency.
• Above-average communication skills; written and spoken.
• Observe-and-correct skills to improve efficiency.

Why Should You Apply
• Offering secure employment in an established business
• A great dynamic team environment
• Training opportunities
• Ability to grow with the business.
• Excellent salary package commensurate of the applicant's experience and skillset.

If this sounds like you then forward your current CV, together with application by addressing the above criteria, to
or mail to: Spare Parts Manager,
PO Box 1467, GRIFFITH 2680.
Applications close Wednesday, 28 March 2018.

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