Abbott Logistics Associate in Sydney, Australia
Abbott is a global healthcare company devoted to improving life through the development of products and technologies that span the breadth of healthcare. At Abbott, we're committed to helping you live your best possible life through the power of health. For more than 125 years, we've brought new products and technologies to the world -- in nutrition, diagnostics, medical devices and branded generic pharmaceuticals -- that create more possibilities for more people at all stages of life. Today, 99,000 of us are working to help people live not just longer, but better, in the more than 150 countries we serve.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and passionate Logistics Associate to support our ever-expanding Vascular division.
Reporting to the Operations Manager, this position is responsible for managing and maintaining inventory integrity both in the warehouse & on consignment to achieve service level targets whilst ensuring the timely delivery of Abbott Vascular products to our customers; and providing support to the sales and marketing teams in inventory analysis and upkeep of optimal stock levels through product launches, recalls and swap outs.
The main aspects of this role include:
Stock ordering for Australia and New Zealand, stock validations, returned goods management, reporting and analysis, short dated goods management, expired, excess and obsolete management and reporting, stock write off management, stock adjustments, logical location management
Provide resolution for all customer issues, build and maintain relationships with all customers, both internal and external. i.e. sales management, product management, territory management, customer service
In-depth knowledge of inventory management as it relates to consignment inventory management
Monitor and proactively manage stock and inventory levels, ensure accurate and timely completion of inventory reconciliations
Maintain regular validations scheduling, processing and management for all territory managers according to the validations schedule
In consultation with Sales/Marketing, co-ordinate all local stock requirements including regular orders, launches, obsolescence planning and special orders (e.g. recalls/quarantine product, stop shipment, PME, PPT)
Monitor and process all inventory control reconciliations (e.g. consignment validations etc.) regularly visiting each account to review/reconcile and optimise stock levels to their needs
Continuously improve inventory management systems to streamline procedures and reduce operating costs. Monthly reporting to management on key focus areas within inventory and warehousing
Maintain relevant, accurate and accessible records of all activities
In addition to the above, the relevant experience and skills are required:
3+ years' experience in a Logistics/similar role
Previous experience with SAP a must
Previous experience dealing with inventory control
Previous experience liaising with internal stakeholders and external customers across ANZ
Prior experience in the Healthcare/Medical Device industry would be highly regarded
Relevant tertiary qualification preferred
Good verbal and written communication skills
Proven team player
Computer literacy with MS Office programs preferred
This role will work within a team of very capable and passionate individuals committed to getting the best outcomes for the patients and the customers that we serve.
Abbott provides some fantastic benefits for our employees, these include:
Barista on site
Onsite Gym with Classes
Discounted Shares program
Fresh fruit available to employees
AND…..Lots, lots more
To apply for this exciting opportunity, please visit our careers site at www.abbottcareers.com for more information
Abbott is an equal opportunity employer
We ask that recruiters respect our internal recruitment process and PSA panel, and refrain from contacting us, or referring candidates to this role.
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