Job Location: Port Hedland, Karratha & Pilbara
Employer: Pilbara Meta Maya Regional Aboriginal Corporation
Pilbara Meta Maya Regional Aboriginal Corporation (PMMRAC) is an indigenous organisation in South Hedland with responsibilities to provide both essential and community services to remote Indigenous communities within the Pilbara, Gascoyne and Midwest regions of Western Australia.
We are currently searching for a purchasing officer with previous SAP experience to work from our Port Hedland office to support our operations in the Pilbara and Midwest Regions. Working in a team environment, this position is responsible for the purchasing functions of the corporation and to ensure the maintenance of stock levels are maintained as required. The position will be required to travel to our Port Hedland office on an adhoc basis and provide onsite relief as necessary.
- Raise purchase orders into the accounting system
- Liaising with staff in regards to purchasing requirements
- Liaising with suppliers and contractors to ensure the best prices and outcomes are obtained
- Conducting regular follow up with suppliers for outstanding parts
- Correct filing and management of documentation
- Maintaining office systems to deal efficiently with purchasing requirements and stock management
- Monitor and receipt incoming and outgoing orders
- Order parts and materials for varying departments to support the delivery of the corporationâ€™s requirements
- Provide coverage for the warehouse officer when absent from office
- Track orders and ensure timely delivery to minimise impact on contractual obligations
- Significant experience in a similar role ideally using a SAP based system
- Demonstrated stock management experience
- Strong analytical and time management skills
- Knowledge, understanding of and commitment to the principles of Equal Opportunity and Occupational Health and Safety
- Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills
- A high level of computer literacy in Microsoft office
- An understanding and appreciation of the socioeconomic status and traditions of Indigenous Australians and the ability to communicate effectively with Aboriginal people
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.