GlaxoSmithKline Engineering Stores Coordinator in Sydney, United States

Engineering Stores Coordinator

  • Requisition ID:WD131607

  • Position:Full time

  • Open date:Oct 12, 2017 2:56 AM

  • Functional area:Engineering

  • Location:

Sydney,

Australia - Sydney, NSW

  • Required degrees:Diploma

  • Relocation:No

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Basic qualifications:Diploma

Preferred qualifications:Diploma

Details:Manages the administrative duties of the Stores for our Operation / Facilities & Engineering Management Departments

Job Description-

The role:

An opportunity is available for an Engineering Stores Coordinator to manage the administrative duties of the Stores for our Operation / Facilities & Engineering Management Departments. This role will see you maintain and manage the Engineering warehouses and assist with the department’s budget, managing expenditure and stock inventory. You will also be involved in ensuring EHS and quality site requirements are compliant.

You will be part of a Global Organisation, and within GMS you will be joining a team and culture where investment is made into training and development and the opportunity for continual learning is encouraged and developed.

Key Responsibilities

• Consumables Requisitioning of

Engineering, Electrical, production stocks,

warehouse stocks, label stocks, PPE,

engineering/machinery parts & tools. Maintain

sufficient stock levels over 3 stores and in GMP,

maintain MP2 & SAP databases.

• Ensure stock is put away in appropriate locations

• Ensure obsolete stock is keep to a minimum and

reported at appropriate meetings

• The any new items meet the GKS policy and the

appropriate authority is met.

• Ensure any Expiry Stock is reported at

appropriate meetings.

• Each warehouse is in a clean environment and

making sure the EWS is followed by all with trip

hazards and fire escape pathways.

• Any Stock Adjustments are reported, investigated

and approved.

• Quarterly and cycle stock take of consumables

and produce stock take report for Finance

Department.

• Define and bag GXP Spares for production

equipment with min max levels

• Sourcing products/items as required for various

departments throughout the site.

• Provide Backup for Placing and receipting

Purchase Orders, and process Invoices via SAP

system.

• Provide Backup for liaison with GSK accounts

department regarding invoice processing and

associated issues.

• Prepare Vendor applications – liaise with

Procurement, through to validation.

• Contact with service providers & contractors with

relation to issues.

• Collation of service dockets and certificates, for

the raising of Purchase Orders for contractor services.

• Improve stores processes and utilization of

inventory management bar coding and stock locations.

• Update and establish equivalent spares list and

stock locations for engineering spares

• Maintain oil / lubricant stores

• Attend daily department accountability meetings

and weekly engineering meetings.

• Conduct and attend meetings with suppliers as

and when required.

Qualifications, Key skills and experience required:

• Diploma / Certificate in Administration or

equivalent experience

• Previous administration / stores management

experience

• Understanding and previous experience working

in the manufacturing and management of tools in

the support of engineering team

• SAP experience desirable

• Tertiary education in Administration / Stores

Management

• Microsoft office trained

At GSK we value diversity and treat all candidates equally. We aim to create an inclusive workplace where all employees feel engaged, supportive of one another, and know their work makes an important contribution.

Please note – GSK manages recruitment directly and applications via third party agencies will not be accepted.

Contact information:

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