Supply Operations Administrator

11 Jan 2018
10 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Oxfam’s Supply Operations Team manage global procurement, warehousing and international transport operations to ensure the timely and efficient availability of core equipment and supply chain services to our lifechanging Humanitarian work. What we are looking for: We are looking for an enthusiastic, highly organised and effective go-getter with proven administration skills in the Logistics sector to join this skilled, exciting and fast-paced team. What you’ll be doing: You’ll be supporting the Stock Manager in all stock administrative functions, and supporting the wider Supply Operations team in administration, training and procedural tasks including (but not limited to;) Liaising and working closely with all members of the Supply Operations team and other Oxfam departments Managing the internal inventory system (we call it PeopleSoft) for the full Supply operation Monitoring performance of external suppliers and seeking to improve communications and service levels Making sure that invoices for the core warehouse functions (e.g. utilities, equipment, training) are authorised and paid on time Helping to promote engagement with the Supply and Visitors Centre through various media platforms such as Facebook at Work  What you’ll need;  Experience of working within the commercial, charity or public sector within logistics, supply chain management or related fields e.g. stock administration, procurement etc. Experience of working and improving/rewriting procedures Excellent computer literacy (Word, Excel, Internet and Email) with excel knowledge to Macro level   To apply: Does this sound like you? If so, please click on the ‘Apply on Website' button provided. This will take you through to our jobs portal, where you can review the full job description and have a look at our Oxfam's Promise attachment for details surrounding our extensive range of employee benefits.  We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organisation.