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PTSC Stores Manager Vacancy
Public Transport Service Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago
The Public Transport Service Corporation (PTSC), in its drive towards improving and expanding its services, is pleased to invite applications for the following CONTRACT position:
one (1) position
This position reports directly to the DGM – Finance and Accounts and has responsibility and oversight for all PTSC’s stores, its people and infrastructure at all locations. The position is critical to ensuring the continued business of the PTSC as it supports the continued reliability of the Corporations Buses.
The position also has an important role in implementing processes, in sync with an Inventory Management system, to ensure the security, accountability and transparency of PTSC’s inventory portfolio. These systems include the identifying and managing of a critical inventory list and re-order quantities in collaboration with the Purchasing Manager, Engineering management and the Stores team.
The Stores Manager is also expected to interact with all levels of Management and provide advice and support to business decisions, through the provision of timely reports on inventory usage, projections and budgetary needs.
The Stores Manager is expected to recommend suggestions for the security of the Corporations inventory and implement routine inventory audits in collaboration with the Finance, Audit and Purchasing Departments.
This position has the oversight for the safety, well-being and performance of all staff in the Stores Department, ensuring the Corporation codes and policies are adhered too, while creating an environment for staff learning and growth to take place.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- To provide leadership, management and control of all stores personnel and any direct reports.
- To manage and control the approved processes of receiving and issuing inventory as approved by the Board of Directors and sound best practices.
- To ensure that all PTSC Stores areas are adequately secured and comply with the Health and Safety Laws of Trinidad and Tobago.
- To assist in the development and to implementation of approved business processes in alignment with the Organizations Strategic plan.
- To assist in the development and to execute an inventory management plan, including development of reorder quantities, minimum stock values etc.
- To provide and or recommend training for stores personnel in alignment with the needs of the organization.
- To lead the implementation of new technology in improving current business processes.
- To provide to management timely and relevant reports.
- Any other related areas as identified by the DGM Finance and Accounts.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE:
- Bachelor’s degree in Management, Supply Chain Management (SCM)/Logistics or any other relevant recognized qualification
- Post graduate studies in SCM and Business Management would be an advantage
- Strong Knowledge of Warehouse Safety standards and or OSH certification
- Minimum of Ten (10) years working experience, three (3) at a Management level
- 10+ years working experience in a warehousing role
- Experience with Maximo Asset Management Software
- Experience in Material Management, logistics or supply chain
- At least 3 years at a Management level
Any combination of experience and academic qualifications from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
Interested persons please send application clearly stating the position of interest, detailed resume, two (2) references and copies of academic certificates
Close for application on or before: 07th June 2023
Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
PTSC Stores Manager Vacancy
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