Location: Virginia, Brisbane
Onsite daily required
At Sanofi Consumer Healthcare, we have one shared mission – we work passionately, every day, to ‘serve healthier, fuller lives’ now and for the generations to come. In order to do so, we strive to act as a force for good by integrating sustainability along our business and employees’ mission and operate responsibly from both a social and environmental point of view.
As one of Australia’s largest vitamin makers and distributors, we are proud that our team is at the forefront of high quality in-house manufacturing and innovative new product development.
Everything we do is centered around people’s interests – our consumers, our customers, healthcare professionals, and our employees – across the world.
We are building loved brands that serve 1bn consumers worldwide, through our key platforms: Allergy, Physical & Mental Wellness, Pain, Digestive Wellness and Cough, Cold & Flu and with a large portfolio of vitamin, mineral, supplement, over the counter and personal care brands including Telfast, Mersynofen, Betadine, Bisolvon, Dulcolax, Nature’s Own, Cenovis, Ostelin and many more.
We aspire to become the best Fast Moving Consumer Health (FMCH) company In & For the world and we aim to build a work environment where people can thrive, grow, enjoy and be at their best.
This is a strategic hire for the business to bring on a passionate and people-orientated Warehouse Manager and offers long-term career development opportunities.
The Warehouse Manager position is primarily responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the site’s Warehousing job functions. The major tasks include Materials Receiving, Production Order Set Up, Label Stores, Sampling and Dispatch.
The role purpose also involves the expectation to challenge and improve current work processes to create savings in time and cost for the department.
Promote strong Warehouse team member engagement
Ensure safe work practices are adhered to at all times
Ensure Quality compliant activities are completed at all times
Effective training plans are in place and competency assessments are completed
Have positive and frequent interaction with peers from multiple departments within the business to ensure collaboration
Drive process improvement benefits to provide growth opportunities for Warehouse staff
Engage with key Warehouse suppliers to ensure equipment and service levels are running to a high standard
Provide the information, instruction, training and supervision necessary to ensure the health and safety of Warehouse employees
Member of the Warehouse HSE Committee
Organise the required audits, inspections and training courses to remain compliant with regulatory and company policies
Ensure Warehouse operations practices are Quality compliant, and look for areas of improvement and simplification to reduce workload
Maintain a team Skills Matrix for coverage of roles and shifts
Release the monthly Roster for the Warehouse team
Oversee the Waste Disposal process, procedural and physical dump runs
Ensure all Cycle Counts are completed per the quarterly and annual targets
Manage the incoming Truck Dock and Container Yard operations enabling a smooth delivery unload flow
Pursue Sustainability improvement ideas for Warehouse materials
Other Tasks as directed by Head of Plant Supply Chain
About You & Key Criteria for the role:
Experience in Warehousing, Logistics, Inventory Management
Background in a Manufacturing environment, ideally with a large multi-national organisation
Experience in FMCG/ FMCH or Pharmaceutical industries preferred
Must have Forklift Licence
Technical skills: Microsoft Excel, SAP or other ERP system
Team Leadership qualities and ability to inspire and motivate
Work Rights: You must have the rights to live and work in Australia
Interested? Apply today!
To learn more about what makes us a Global Top Employer, visit our careers page; https://www.sanofi.com/en/careers
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We live our commitment through our Reconciliation Action Plan, team member and leadership driven LGBTIQ+ program and a team dedicated to Inclusion and Diversity.
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Being vaccinated against COVID-19 is not a mandatory requirement at Sanofi. We do however, strongly recommend all employees to be up to date with COVID Vaccination. If you are in a role that requires you to attend high-risk community sites such as hospitals, aged care facilities or other sites that require vaccination against COVID-19 as a condition of entry, then Sanofi requires you to be fully vaccinated in accordance with those requirements, in order to undertake the duties of your role.
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