Qualifications and Experience
/ Matric / NQF level 4 (Essential)
•Diploma / NQF level 6 would be an advantage
•Up to 2 years’ experience (Operational Execution) FMCG
•MS Excel; MS Word; SAP; E Mail; MS PowerPoint
•Detailed verbal or written instructions or requests to employees or contractors
•Proactive identification of functional problems related to a specific process or policy, determine cause and impact, and choose the best alternative to solve the problem based on guidelines provided and an understanding of the theory or practices underpinning the problem.
•Others outside the organisation
Planning and Organising
•Manages time effectively, ensuring effective completion of tasks under stressful deadlines.
•Able to prioritise activities and resources, ensuring that results are achieved effectively.
•Able to evaluate progress and make appropriate adjustments to initial plans, ensuring a successful outcome.
Judgment and Decision Making
•Able to gather information from a variety of sources.
•Understands cause and effect relationships within data and interprets this to make competing, holistic decisions
•Develops alternatives before making complex decisions
•Looks for the most innovative, efficient and value adding solution when making a decision
•Makes decisions in time and forecasts when decisions need to be made
•Formulates a “big picture” understanding of the near-term impact of decisions (including the time and resources required to implement decision)
•Evaluates the longer term business impact of decisions
•Takes initiative when making decisions
•Able to communicate verbally in a logical manner.
•Takes the intended audience into account when communicating verbal information.
•Makes use of appropriate business language in verbal communication.
•Includes all relevant information in verbal arguments.
•Demonstrates proficiency of language in verbal communication.
•Interprets complex information to expresses own viewpoint in verbal communication.
•Concludes verbal arguments by making reference to relevant facts
•Increases performance expectations when success has been achieved
•Seeks out sources of information, including trade associations, “best practice” companies, customers, peers, subordinates, etc.
•Finds ways to fast-adapt improvement ideas to work processes
•Proactively seeks out resources, alliances, etc., needed to quickly introduce improvements
•Able to take a complex task and breaking it down into manageable parts in a logical, detailed way.
•Thinks of multiple explanations or alternatives to a problem
•Able to identify the information needed to solve a problem effectively
•Performs tasks accurately and thoroughly, making adjustments to ensure needs are met
•Considers business priorities when making decisions or analysing the costs and benefits of various alternative solutions.