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Engineering Parts and Analysis Lead

Branch: Ashburton

Category: Engineering

Type: Full-time

Closing Date: Dec 11, 2020


Talley's Vegetable Division is looking for a motivated person to join our Maintenance Team as the Engineering Parts and Analysis Leader at our Ashburton site. The purpose-built factory processes potatoes, peas and sweetcorn, 10 minutes north of Ashburton.

Reporting to the Engineering Manager and you will be responsible for ensuring optimum stock levels of all engineering parts and accuracy of stores through the CMMS. To analyse performance metrics and trends for the department and report on the same.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Setting up and maintaining our parts management system - physically and electronically
  • Ensuring our engineering parts are stocked to the appropriate level
  • Liaising with suppliers
  • Analyse and detect trends and opportunities for performance Improvement of the Engineering function
  • Supporting the Engineering team with analysis as required
  • Participating in RCA processes for major failures
  • Regular reporting functions

The successful candidate will have:

  • Stock Management qualification or considerable experience in this field
  • Formal training In MS Office, MS Teams, Power BI, MEX, MS Dynamics 365 BC, or considerable experience with these or similar tools
  • A firm understanding of manufacturing operations.
  • A good understanding of reliability engineering principles.
  • Excellent record keeping and organisational abilities.
  • The ability to work under pressure and apply sound problem-solving skills.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • The ability to self-manage and use initiative.
  • Motivation and be driven for results

We will offer you a competitive starting remuneration and an opportunity to develop your career within a leading NZ company.

Talley's operate a drug free environment. All candidates will be required to under-go pre-employment and random drug screening.

Applicants will need to be legally entitled to work permanently in New Zealand