Job Openings NATIONAL HEAD SUPPLY CHAIN & LOGISTIC

About the job NATIONAL HEAD SUPPLY CHAIN & LOGISTIC

Job Profile :

The Role & Responsibilities

  • Create supply chain management strategies that increase efficiency and speed.
  • Optimize warehouse operations
  • Ensures transparency in the procurement flow, and that company resources are effectively used - in other words, works to eliminate both internal and external corruption with respect to company spending.
  • Strong understanding of best practices for the Supply Chain process (including Procurement, Logistics, and Import).
  • Create supply chain management strategies that increase efficiency and speed.
  • Optimize warehouse operations
  • Ensures transparency in the procurement flow, and that company resources are effectively used - in other words, works to eliminate both internal and external corruption with respect to company spending.
  • Ensure that each purchase follows company policy and procedure, and is executed at the best price, without sacrificing quality or service.
  • Compares PURCHASE REQUEST amounts with the BUDGET, and/or Stock Level Control amounts, to ensure that spending is within approved limits.
  • Ensure that the company's interests are effectively pursued before all suppliers, acting as the cost-saving conscience of the company. Negotiates aggressively on price and all other terms, regarding individual purchases as well as blanket purchasing agreements.
  • Ensures follow-through on delivery and other terms of execution, as needed, acting as the main supplier contact. Manages disputes involving invoicing, price & quantity delivered, quality, and other terms, in cooperation with the respective PURCHASE REQUESTER.
  • Track and report key functional metrics to reduce expenses and improve effectiveness
  • Ensures that imported goods are not delayed at customs, and that import duty and taxes are minimized

Skills Required


  • Well-developed oral and written communication skills to efficiently communicate at all levels within the organization.
  • Strong understanding of best practices for the Supply Chain process (including Procurement, Logistics, and Import).
  • Sound knowledge of the systems available to support the supply chain management functions
  • Knowledge of sourcing and procurement techniques as well as a dexterity in - reading- the market
  • Strong leadership capabilities
  • High computer literacy skills involve bringing familiar with Microsoft packages and other important software.