Supply Chain Project Coordinator
Contract or Temp
Immediate start - 12 month contract
Iconic brand both in NZ and globally
Supplying retailers and organisations globally, our clients’ luxury brand has deservedly been recognised as a leader in their field – both in terms of innovation and market share.
The business is a New Zealand success story that is enjoying impressive growth driven by online sales and organic growth across their established brands and revenue stream.
About the role
This project coordinator role will see you assisting with the set up and configuration of new SKUs into the ERP system as the company goes through a brand refresh. In conjunction with this, you will assist in the inventory rollout of historical SKUs. This role will see you working closely with a number of internal and external stakeholders e.g IT, the planning team and 3rd party stakeholders. You will also be required to identify, problem solve and effectively communicate project roadblocks.
You will have the ability to work autonomously to ensure project milestones are achieved on time according to the overall timeline. With your knowledge and understanding of the Supply Chain, you will occasionally be able to provide support to the Supply Chain team across purchasing, logistics liaison and inventory planning/reporting.
If you are well organised, can communicate effectively across multiple stakeholders, have worked on a number of ERP systems and are well versed on Excel then this project coordinator role with an iconic brand could be a fantastic contracting opportunity for you.
What’s in it for you?
Our client is based in the heart of the city, close to shops and cafes. They pride themselves on the close-knit, hardworking team culture that they have. Our client’s brand is growing rapidly in the local and global market therefore opportunity post the project coordinator role could be on the cards.
If this opportunity is of interest, please submit your CV by following the link below. If you’d like to find out more and for a confidential discussion please call Katherine Biggelaar on 021 225 4735 or email