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Sales Representative Reference No: 370385058 | Durban, South Africa | Posted on: 22 November 2021

Main Purpose of Job Develop and maintain existing and new customer relationships to generate income for the business unit. Actively promote and sell the company’s products to achieve or exceed budgeted revenue and sales margin targets.   Duties and Responsibilities  • Provide sales and customer support to existing and potential customers • Achieve sales revenue and margin targets as agreed with management • Provide punctual and accurate reporting on budgeting, forecasting, branch and client visits reports • Ensure that stock is accurately managed and controlled • Present new products and services to existing and potential customers • Ensure that customers are always well informed • Apply pricing structures that are in line with sales and margin objectives • Investigate and present new avenues of revenue to management • Organise and facilitate any potential demonstrations and/or training sessions as required by customers • Support financial management by assisting in recovering outstanding debtors • Communicate competitive pricing and discount requirements • Prepare quotations and issue invoices timeously • Keep abreast of new technologies • Ensure compliance with SHERQ policies, practices and procedures • Maintain and promote good internal and external customer relationships • Lower individual operating costs • Ensure PDI and purchase requisitions are completed accurately and timeously • Adhere to company policies and procedures   Key Competencies/Skills Decision making Problem solving Ability to work under pressure Budgeting and variance reporting Business acumen Action oriented and results driven Attention to detail Analytical thinking Customer service orientation Confidentiality and ethics Planning and organising Emotional intelligence (EQ) Self-management Understand basic financial principles Computer literate Presentation skills   This is an AA/EE appointment and ONLY applications from South African Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDI) candidates will be considered.   If you have not received a response within 48 hours of submitting your resume, please consider your application as being unsuccessful.
Salary: Negotiable

Sales Representative Reference No: 2637896640 | Benoni, South Africa | Posted on: 22 November 2021

Main Purpose of Job Develop and maintain existing and new customer relationships to generate income for the business unit. Actively promote and sell the company’s products to achieve or exceed budgeted revenue and sales margin targets.   Duties and Responsibilities  • Provide sales and customer support to existing and potential customers • Achieve sales revenue and margin targets as agreed with management • Provide punctual and accurate reporting on budgeting, forecasting, branch and client visits reports • Ensure that stock is accurately managed and controlled • Present new products and services to existing and potential customers • Ensure that customers are always well informed • Apply pricing structures that are in line with sales and margin objectives • Investigate and present new avenues of revenue to management • Organise and facilitate any potential demonstrations and/or training sessions as required by customers • Support financial management by assisting in recovering outstanding debtors • Communicate competitive pricing and discount requirements • Prepare quotations and issue invoices timeously • Keep abreast of new technologies • Ensure compliance with SHERQ policies, practices and procedures • Maintain and promote good internal and external customer relationships • Lower individual operating costs • Ensure PDI and purchase requisitions are completed accurately and timeously • Adhere to company policies and procedures   Key Competencies/Skills Decision making Problem solving Ability to work under pressure Budgeting and variance reporting Business acumen Action oriented and results driven Attention to detail Analytical thinking Customer service orientation Confidentiality and ethics Planning and organising Emotional intelligence (EQ) Self-management Understand basic financial principles Computer literate Presentation skills   This is an AA/EE appointment and ONLY applications from South African Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDI) candidates will be considered.   If you have not received a response within 48 hours of submitting your resume, please consider your application as being unsuccessful.
Salary: Negotiable

Repair Shop Assistant Reference No: 2282696366 | Durban, South Africa | Posted on: 19 November 2021

Main Purpose of Job Assist the service technician and execute technical tasks, in completion of repairs and services on Trucks and related equipment.   Responsibilities:• Attend to repair and maintenance as assigned• Assist with on-road repairs under the supervision of the Service Technician• Maintain levels of productivity and efficiency as instructed• General workshop duties: (examples and not limited to)- Cleaning the workshop- Neatening areas in workshop where space is required- Assist with safely moving and washing trucks- Attend mandatory DAF per E-portal and company requirementsAdditional general responsibilities as required by the Service Technicians, Workshop Foreman and Branch Service Manager on site• Ensure that all tools and equipment is in a safe area before and after usage, and in working order. Where tools have become damaged, immediately report to Service Technician and /or Workshop Foreman on site• Ensure the work area is safe prior to starting work- Where areas are unsafe or not in an acceptable working condition, attempt to clean, dry the area and if more complex, report to Service Technician and/or Workshop Foreman for assistance- Regular toolbox inspections, report missing or damaged tools to Supervisor or Foreman• Ensure all recyclable items, i.e. paper, plastic, glass, or metal items are disposed of in the correctly allocated recycle bins or allocated areas- Ensure all actions are conducted in a neat manner taking into account health, environmental and safety factors   Required Qualifications/Experience Grade 10 / NQF level 2 with exposure to Technology and technical practical work A certificate or Diploma in Vehicle repairs, mechanics or related filed will be an advantage A minimum of one-year experience in a workshop environment and experience in basic vehicle repairs essential Previous experience of DAF vehicle maintenance in a workshop (Per MEIBC codes based on years’ experience)   This is an AA/EE appointment and ONLY applications from South African Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDI) candidates will be considered.   If you have not received a response within 48 hours of submitting your resume, please consider your application as being unsuccessful.
Salary: Negotiable

Service Technician Reference No: 25309001 | Nelspruit, South Africa | Posted on: 19 November 2021

Main purpose of the job Provide customer support by attending routine services (per OEM standards) vehicle repairs, on-road repairs and preventative maintenance in the workshop.    Requirements (qualifications, experience & skills) Grade 12/Matric/National Senior certificate Diploma Completed Mechanic or Electrical qualification, related to Mechanical & Electrical repairs and diagnostic equipment Advantage - Certified DAF Master technician Minimum of 4 years experience in a workshop environment Experience with Truck repairs is essential Roadside repair and vehicle diagnosis, Experience in Major component, Mechanical & electrical repairs and diagnostic equipment Ideal: Previous experience of DAF vehicle maintenance and repairs   Role responsibilities Diagnose vehicle mechanical faults and repair requirements accurately Diagnose vehicle electrical faults and repair requirements Repair & maintain vehicle/s as assigned Conclude job card/s accurately for all workshop activities Complete root cause analysis of major component failures Attend to breakdowns, including stand-by service (day and night) Maintain levels of productivity and efficiency as instructed Perform shift work when required Manage all Repair Shop Assistants in the workshop and ensure: all tools and equipment is in a safe area before and after usage, and in working order Damaged tools reported in the workshop, by Service Technicians, are attended to with priority Manage all Repair Shop Assistants in the workshop and ensure the work area is safe prior to starting work   This is an AA/EE appointment and ONLY applications from South African Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDI) candidates will be considered.   If you have not received a response within 48 hours of submitting your resume, please consider your application as being unsuccessful.
Salary: Negotiable

Service Technician Reference No: 3918468686 | Cape Town, South Africa | Posted on: 19 November 2021

Main purpose of the job Provide customer support by attending routine services (per OEM standards) vehicle repairs, on-road repairs and preventative maintenance in the workshop.    Requirements (qualifications, experience & skills) Grade 12/Matric/National Senior certificate Diploma Completed Mechanic or Electrical qualification, related to Mechanical & Electrical repairs and diagnostic equipment Advantage - Certified DAF Master technician Minimum of 4 years experience in a workshop environment Experience with Truck repairs is essential Roadside repair and vehicle diagnosis, Experience in Major component, Mechanical & electrical repairs and diagnostic equipment Ideal: Previous experience of DAF vehicle maintenance and repairs   Role responsibilities Diagnose vehicle mechanical faults and repair requirements accurately Diagnose vehicle electrical faults and repair requirements Repair & maintain vehicle/s as assigned Conclude job card/s accurately for all workshop activities Complete root cause analysis of major component failures Attend to breakdowns, including stand-by service (day and night) Maintain levels of productivity and efficiency as instructed Perform shift work when required Manage all Repair Shop Assistants in the workshop and ensure: all tools and equipment is in a safe area before and after usage, and in working order Damaged tools reported in the workshop, by Service Technicians, are attended to with priority Manage all Repair Shop Assistants in the workshop and ensure the work area is safe prior to starting work   This is an AA/EE appointment and ONLY applications from South African Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDI) candidates will be considered.   If you have not received a response within 48 hours of submitting your resume, please consider your application as being unsuccessful.
Salary: Negotiable

Finance Manager Reference No: 3904406447 | Johannesburg, South Africa | Posted on: 05 November 2021

Main Purpose of Job Establish, maintain and control the general financial function for the division in order to comply with the guidelines given by the parent company and the in-country head office and requirements by International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).   Responsibilities: Provide and interpret financial information Monitor and interpret cash flows and predict future trends Analyse change and advise accordingly Formulate strategic and long-term business plans Research and report on factors influencing business performance Analyse competitors and market trends Develop financial management mechanisms that minimise financial risk Conduct reviews and evaluations for cost-reduction opportunities Overall management of the company’s financial accounting, monitoring and reporting systems First point of contact in liaising with internal and external auditors Develop external relationships with appropriate contacts, i.e. auditors, solicitors, bankers and statutory organisations such as the receiver of revenue Produce accurate financial reports to specific deadlines Prepare budgets and forecasts to specific deadlines Prepare corporate tax and VAT calculations Supervise, train and develop staff Keep abreast of changes in financial regulations and legislation; ensure that the company is compliant Maintain a documented system of accounting policies and procedures in line with Group Policies and Procedures Monitor and manage BB-BEE information as provided by the Procurement Co-Ordinator before submission to relevant parties   Required Qualifications/Experience Grade 12/Matric/Senior school certificate CA (SA) with minimum 2-3 years’ post articles experience OR a minimum of 10 years’ experience in a Financial Manager role Automotive and Logistics industry experience is essential   This is an AA/EE appointment and ONLY applications from South African Historically Disadvantaged Individual (HDI) candidates will be considered.   If you have not received a response within 48 hours of submitting your resume, please consider your application as being unsuccessful.
Salary: Negotiable

Creditors Controller Reference No: 2279134659 | Benoni, South Africa | Posted on: 04 November 2021

Main Purpose of Job Process and manage the full creditors function, ensure payment of supplier accounts within the payment terms.   Responsibilities: Process supplier invoices daily, to the correct accounts and with correct descriptions or references where applicable Prepare monthly and weekly supplier reconciliations for all suppliers with a balance due Ensure that all reconciling items are cleared within 60 days Send remittance after payment to suppliers Comply with any company or supplier specific requirements Compile a monthly report of all queries from suppliers Ensure all interaction with suppliers are acted out and work in line with the company’s vision, mission and values Payment of supplier Invoices, per a payment reconciliation and accurate allocations on the accounting system to the correct account Liaise with departments/sectors/suppliers, where necessary regarding reconciling items such as, but not limited to (i.e. supplier statements, supplier invoices, supplier discounts, credit notes) Ensure that supplier invoices adhere to company and SARS requirements Ensure that supplier invoices have been properly authorised Ensure written backup information electronically is stored on the Finance drive or in hard copy for all items older than 60 days Supplier audit files are initiated, updated and maintained Ensure accurate vendor approvals processed – head office Is required to authorise vendor application before loading on the accounting system Submit an accurate weekly 3 week cash flow forecast Ensure that an accurate and complete accruals have been raised for all invoices not accounted for at month end Adhere to all safety standards and do everything to get all people “Safe Home Everyday” Have the ability to handle themselves in accordance with business norms, the company’s code of conduct and consistently behave in a manner which would be regarded as professionally and socially acceptable Maintain effective working relationships and communications with company’s external partners Assist with answering the switchboard when necessary Undertake additional finance and administration duties, outside the responsibilities, if required line manager Initiate continued improvement and development of the creditors controller function. Take complete ownership of supplier database and ensure all relevant information is obtained and maintained correctly (updating supplier information and BB-BEE certificate monthly)   Required Qualifications/Experience Grade 12 (Matric) Advantage: Bachelors Degree (3 years) in Financial Accounting, or Business Management related field of study Minimum 5 years experience in a similar role as Creditors Clerk, or in a Financial Accounting environment with exposure to supplier payments and supplier invoices   This is an AA/EE appointment and ONLY applications from South African Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDI) candidates will be considered.   If you have not received a response within 48 hours of submitting your resume, please consider your application as being unsuccessful.
Salary: Negotiable

Machine Setter Reference No: 275260575 | Johannesburg, South Africa | Posted on: 28 October 2021

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Mould changes blowing equipment, ensure mould changes are complete in defined time frames Bottle blowing start-up and processing in moulds that were used for established products to meet QA approval Maintain good and continuous communication with Mould Change Over Manager, Maintenance and Shift Supervisor Plan and carry out first and second line servicing on a scheduled basis on machines Perform diagnosis and problem solving on machines Provide support in colour changes as needed Maintain good housekeeping within the department Provide ongoing support to production activities Responsible to report any risks identified for Quality and Food Safety Management where food contact product is produced in the plant Ensure on-going awareness of Quality, Food Safety, Environmental and Health and Safety Management Ensure housekeeping and general areas facilitates a tidy, neat environment   REQUIREMENTS Technical qualification and good experience in plastic processing Basic Toolmaking, Mechanical or Electric/Electronic knowledge Ability to operate forklifts and crane Ability and willingness to work a flexible schedule Must be able to lift ±30 kg Basic computer skills High cleanliness standards for the machines and work area It would be advantageous will be if he/she previously worked on Sidel, Sipa and ALS blow moulders   This is not an AA/EE appointment but preference will be given to South African Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDI) candidates.   If you have not received a response within 48 hours of submitting your resume, please consider your application as being unsuccessful.
Salary: Negotiable

Chief Financial Officer Reference No: 1018826026 | Johannesburg, South Africa | Posted on: 16 September 2021

Reporting to the CEO, the incumbent in this position will formulate and execute the organisations’s financial strategy, policies and guidelines that support the commercial success, compliance to PFMA and related finance principles as well as managing the introduction of financial best practice’s governance, accounting, and treasury standards in accordance with the Public Finance Management Act that will ensure the organisation’s long-term financial viability and sustainability. This role calls for a candidate who possesses the relevant strategic leadership competencies and experience, supported by the ability to work under pressure, and has a performance-driven mindset and demonstrates exceptional inter-personal skills.   Requirements: Must be a qualified Chartered Accountant 7-10 years’ experience within financial strategic leadership gained either in the public or private sector Knowledge of and proven experience of applicable skills development legislation, Governance Frameworks, financial regulations, and the governance management frameworks Proven track record of performing within a diverse and dynamic internal and external work environment Knowledge of the chemical and related sectors Track record in functioning within an executive team and ensuring performance and integrated service delivery on a national and regional level. Proven experience in planning, assessment, evaluation, accreditation, monitoring and reporting Proven and sound financial and risk management skills Ability to lead and manage change Results driven Exceptional problem-solving ability and the ability to network and build relationships Ability to communicate at all levels Exceptional report writing skills Ability to lead and motivate the finance and supply chain management teams and promote and sustain teamwork for obtaining deliverables   Key Performance Areas Responsible for the formulation of the organisations’s financial strategy and guide the governing board Oversee budget development and PFMA’s compliance Oversee supply chain and related transactions compliance, reporting and financial statements for auditing Guide management on management accounting, grants disbursements and statutory reporting Responsible for the development and implementation of policies, systems and governance processes Ensures and oversee compliance and risk management People management and provide leadership to the finance and supply chain management teams   This is an AA/EE appointment and only South African Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDI) candidates will be considered for the vacancy.   If you have not received a response within 48 hours of submitting your resume, please consider your application as being unsuccessful.
Salary: Negotiable

Field Service Earthmoving Equipment Mechanic Reference No: 3379361953 | Johannesburg, South Africa | Posted on: 15 September 2021

Main purpose of the job: To carry out maintenance, servicing and repairs on all machinery   Requirements (qualifications, experience & skills): - Must have a Grade 12 / Matric certificate - Must be a qualified Diesel Mechanic (Earthmoving Equipment) - Minimum 2-5 years’ experience in Field Service Earthmoving Equipment - Must have a valid drivers license - Must be able to work in a team and independently - Basic computer skills - Prepared to work additional hours and travel extensively - Customer service orientation - Ability to work under pressure   Role responsibilities: - Carry out maintenance, servicing and repairs on all machinery - Maintaining a high standard of workmanship - Perform stand-by duties and willing to work overtime - Maintain a smooth work flow - Work well with colleagues - Promote the company's image - Assist in branch activities, as directed  
Salary: Negotiable