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Procurement & Logistics Officer

Posted By: jinztonic

Date: Thu, 9 Oct 2008

Remuneration: Best Offer

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METALUX is an established specialist provider of condition-based monitoring (CBM) solutions to industry. The company�s key areas of expertise are in Lubrication Maintenance Excellence, Used Oil Analysis and Vibration Analysis for condition-based monitoring, diagnosis and control for pro-active and predictive maintenance.

We have an immediate opening for a Procurement & Logistics Officer based in Singapore to support the company�s regional business activities. Key duties will be to provide trade procurement and logistics support, manage inventory and warehousing, and prepare costing calculations. The suitable candidate is a precise multi-tasker who can do magic with MS Excel, and has 1 � 2 years� relevant work experience in a small business environment.

You are a fast learner, self-motivated, and accurate with numbers. Minimum �O� levels. Practical experience in procurement and logistics will be a strong advantage. Professional, honest and reliable work attitude is essential.

Procurement & Logistics Officer

� Review and process internal purchase requests
� Sourcing and vendor negotiation for preferential terms of supply
� Prepare and monitor trade purchase orders
� Shipping/freight logistics including freight rates and bookings
� Inventory and warehouse/store management
� Costing calculations
� Preparation and submission of periodic management review reports

� Minimum �O� levels
� Work experience (preferably in procurement & logistics)
� Accurate with numbers
� Good with MS Excel
� Self-starter with good time management and planning skills
� Mature, honest and reliable
� Good English, and PC proficient
� Singaporean or PR

If you meet the above requirements, you are invited to submit your application indicating current and expected salary by email to [email protected].

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