Utilise your analytical skills and experience, Be a part of a supportive and collaborative team environment, Join a leading Energy organisation.
- 12 month fixed term role – Attractive REM + 15% Super + Fortnightly RDO
- Be a part of a supportive and collaborative team environment
- Utilise your analytical skills and experience
It is an exciting time to work at Ausgrid and be part of an organisation that is transforming in an industry which is evolving. Ausgrid presents so many opportunities with the technology revolution in the energy industry along with the growth of emerging energy solutions.
Your role at Ausgrid
Reporting to the Inventory Operations Manager, the Inventory Analyst manages the development and deployment of inventory strategy and materials management systems and collects, analyses and presents data relating to the operations of Inventory, Materials & Purchasing
What we are looking for
The successful candidate will hold Tertiary qualifications in Purchasing & Supply or related discipline. You will have experience in inventory management, procurement processes and a strong understanding of end-to-end supply chain. We need you to demonstrate excellent analytical skills and deliver best practice inventory management methodologies.
- Extensive experience in capturing data
- Ability to analyse, prepare and collate information within deadlines
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Advanced computer skills with experience in SAP and PowerBI
- Ability to work in a team environment and/or autonomously to effectively deliver work outcomes
Analyst - Role Statement
Ausgrid is an energy services business that operates the largest electricity network in Australia. We deliver a safe and reliable electricity supply to more than 1.7 million homes and businesses and connect communities across more than 22,000 square kilometres. Our operations include infrastructure construction and maintenance, customer connections, street lighting and metering and testing services.
Ausgrid's vision is to be a leading energy solutions provider, recognised both locally and globally. To achieve this vision, all Ausgrid employees commit to living our values in all they do, so that we:
- Work Safe, Live Safe to protect self, other people and the environment
- Take responsibility to be Honest and Accountable
- Treat everyone with Respect
Our people are the most important part of our business. We offer professional and technical positions, from entry level to senior leadership roles, across a broad range of disciplines.
We offer excellent employee benefits, including a nine-day fortnight (RDO every second week), 15% superannuation, pay for performance culture, 16 weeks paid parental leave, strong focus on mental health and much more.
Ausgrid is an Equal Opportunity Employer. As an equal opportunity employer, our people are made up of a diverse mix of ages, backgrounds, skills and professions. This diverse mix of talent and perspectives is recognised, valued and encouraged through various programs and initiatives.
Please review the attached role statement and apply by addressing the above selection criteria via a cover letter (max 2 pages) and attach your resume.
Successful candidates will be notified regarding an interview.
Please note all interviews will be held via Skype, in order to follow social distancing guidelines and to minimise risk to you and our employees.
Applications close: Sunday 2nd August 2020, 11.55pm AEST.
Agency applications will not be considered.
Ausgrid – An Equal Opportunity Employer