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Parts Analyst & Administrator

Eagle Farm, QLD, AU

Job ID: Parts Analyst & Administrator

Location: Eagle Farm, QLD

Department:  Parts

Reports To: National Spare Parts Manager

 

 

Position Summary

This position will support the parts team to ensure processes and procedures are documented, min/max stock levels are loaded, and provide data analysis for the Parts department as well as perform other duties as assigned.

 

Responsibilities

  • Provide administrative support to the National Parts Manager and Parts department. 
  • Weekly Stock analysis, KPI scorecard reporting and collaborating customer feedback reports.
  • Assist with documenting department processes and end-to-end job procedures.
  • Analysing & recommending planned stock levels and excess and obsolete controls in relevant systems.
  • Analysing customer spends & recommending growth strategies.
  • Assist in Year-end cost roll.
  • Perform customer pricing updates.
  • Analyse Shipping & Logistics cost controls placed in Spare parts.
  • Prepare Monthly MIS report for Spare Parts & Service.
  • Recommend growth analysis.
  • Undertake ECR back up for cycle counting.
  • Conduct customer profiling  
  • Undertale adhoc projects as required by the business
  • Perform other duties as assigned. 

 

Position Qualifications

 

Education/Training

  • Diploma qualification in a Business Discipline or equivalent

Experience

  • Proficient in MS Suite including advanced excel and intermediate powerpoint skills.
  • Previous ERP knowledge - Oracle and/or SAP system experience would be well regarded.
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems experience preferred.
  • Previous experience in data analysis and providing relevant solutions.
  • Exposure in an administration parts and/or service environment (possibly automotive or heavy vehicle).
  • Require strong interpersonal and communication skills to build relationships.
  • Well-developed problem solving skills with the ability to establish creative solutions.
  • Strong general office skills.
  • Understanding of purchasing principles.
  • Previous experience (interpreting, writing) contract terms and conditions.

Skills

  • Able to complete assignments in resourceful and effective ways.
  • Understands implications of work and makes recommendations for solutions.
  • Ability to concisely articulate in written format.
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
 
 

 

To apply, please submit your covering letter and resume through the Apply button.

Position applications close on the 25th January 2021.