Location: North West Province
Job Type: Permanent
Reporting to: Supply Chain Manager
Job Grade: Senior Management
Salary: R800k per annum
Last Call for Applications
This is an opportunity to join a significant South African platinum producer. The key performance areas include all aspects of establishing and maintaining an infrastructure of long-term contracts with suppliers of commodities and services necessary to ensure the uninterrupted operation of the mine at the lowest total cost of materiel and services.
The ability to manage and lead a team of procurement professionals is essential. As can be expected in a modern procurement department, the ability to work in (and lead) multidisciplinary teams, and to support your team members in doing so, is required. The ability to work under the pressure always present at a big mine will also be an essential.
A Certificate of Fitness will be required – you will be informed of details should you reach the short-list.
Requirements for this position include:
Experience: Ten years in senior positionin the areas of strategic sourcing in the broadest sense. Management experience in the mining industry will be an advantage.
Qualifications: A relevant B-degree (finance, commerce or technical), with a master’s degree in business management or in a relevant technical discipline being an advantage
This position is open to South African Nationals only
To apply you need to register on the Database of Procurement Professionals™ by going to www.andrebasson.co.za. Click on “REGISTER”. Note that you have to submit your CV on-line and in the Microsoft Word format.
You will receive your log in details by e-mail. This e-mail will also describe the process you need to follow to apply for this or any other advertised position.
Existing members with a valid candidate number and password need not perform this step and should simply log in and click on POSITIONS, go to “More details…” and apply.
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CLOSING DATE: 27 February 2012