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Job Title MRO Stockroom Coordinator/Manager
Segment / Business Unit Foods
Country / Site United States / GRV
Job Function Supply
Expected Job Level B4
Manager’s Name & Position Site Technical Manager
Answer why this job is in the organization; Why this job exists (2 or 3 sentences maximum)
MRO Stockroom Coordinator is responsible for all stockroom parts, ensuring the correct inventory levels are maintained and optimizing parts quantities and cost.
The Stockroom coordinator Is expected to be the MRO functional expert and will need to have the ability to train the stockroom attendant to the level that he or she can provide coverage.
Please list the most important and relevant responsibilities
> Must be able to effectively communicate service a cross-functional team understanding how to balance having the correct parts and quantity of those parts on hand so that both scheduled and unscheduled repair efforts can be successfully completed.
> Must have comprehensive knowledge of the computer maintenance management system (MRO / SAP PM).
> Must have excellent planning and scheduling skills.
> Ability to understand budgeting and vendor negotiations is a must.
> Will be required to inventory the stockroom / parts crib at a regular frequency and maintain required stock levels of consumables.
> Individual will be expected to act with a high level of professionalism as they interact with vendors and co-workers. Vendors need to be thought of as partners and as such will be held accountable by GRV to provide the service and stock supplies as required.
> Individual will be expected to drive continuous improvement efforts in the parts room, purchasing and PM execution platforms.
> Will be required to perform purchasing of no- stock parts including preparing purchase requisitions, monitoring and tracking purchase orders, following up with invoicing issues and ensuring terms of contracts are adhered to.
Context and Scope
Explain how the job gets done and the way it operates within the team and with stakeholders
> The associate ensures that the storeroom area is maintained and operated with ease ensuring the right parts are available at the right time. The area needs to be organized and maintenance staff need to be trained on how to quickly and effectively look up parts.
> May be required to work 12 hour shift work.
State the preferred education, knowledge, skills and experience this position requires. State the physical and/or mental requirements for the role (e.g. stand for x hours, lift x weight, concentration on repetitive tasks).
Note: May differ from the current job holder’s own skills and experience.
Education & Professional Qualifications - Minimum Secondary School Diploma
- Contractor Management Experience
- Mechanical Aptitude
- Strong technical problem-solving skills
- Knowledge of Safety, Quality and Material Management systems & procedures
- Knowledge of food safety, GMP, ISO, HACCP, SPC
Knowledge / Experience - 3+ years of manufacturing experience operating complex high-speed packaging and / or process equipment
- Experience with quality systems and facility services
- Demonstrated ability to continually improve works areas
Key Mars Leadership Competencies (4-6)
Refer to the Mars Talent and Development Library
Note: competencies selected should be job related
Dealing with Ambiguity
Function / Technical Skills
Safety @ Mars
Quality @ Mars
Mars is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. If you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process because of a disability, it is available upon request. The company is pleased to provide such assistance, and no applicant will be penalized as a result of such a request.
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