STORES ADMINISTRATOR

REF.NO: 2018/016 SALARY : R152 862 per annum (Level 5) plus benefits as applicable in the Public Sector CENTRE : Chief Albert Luthuli Campus

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 Certificate or equivalent, with Mathematics; A recognised Welding Trade Test. A minimum of three years Welding and/or stores experience, Experience with welding equipment and machinery- MIG, TIG, ARC, OXY/ACE. Valid driver’s license.

DUTIES : Monitor and control all stock levels as per Campus and Programme requirements. Maintain optimum stock levels with up-to-date documentation and proof of control – manually and electronically. Setup items, tools, equipment, etc. to be clearly visible and safely displayed for issue and stock take. Ensure availability of required consumables, tools, equipment, materials, etc. at all times through a thorough Stores issue and return procedure, and a strict stock control system. Maintain a high level of housekeeping and strict adherence to Health & Safety policies, procedures and rules in both the stores, workshops and practical work areas. Effectively conduct all relevant Health and Safety, First Aid, SHE Representative and tools, equipment and electrical inspections as well as inductions in the relevant area. Manage the safety and security of all materials, tools, equipment and buildings in the relevant area by locking-up, and opening (arming and disarming of security system). Maintain detailed and accurate records of all requisitions, stock and all other stores and workshop activities for effective management and control, and for audit purposes. Ensure all records are accurately and continuously updated and managed, i.e.: Asset, Equipment, Tools, Materials registers, etc.; Ensure that all records and documentation is methodically filed for ease of access for verification and audit purposes. Complete and timeously submit all relevant administrative records and reports as required as per stipulated time frames. Communicate required information accurately and qualitatively to supervisors and all other stakeholders timeously. Maintain a link between stakeholders such as lecturers, students, suppliers, etc. Conduct stock takes, and order materials, equipment, tools, PPE’s, boots, consumables, etc. as per identified optimum stock levels in order to maintain adequate stock levels to ensure adequate availability of all items. Receive deliveries / orders, verify the receipt of items against requisitions and delivery notes/invoices, and sign-off. Complete all necessary SCM documentation and file methodically; Distribute received items to designated shelving space or persons to ensure timeous utilisation of the items. Issue materials, equipment, tools, PPE’s, Boots, consumables, etc. as per requirements on requisitions and updating stock levels both manually and electronically. Issue and return of tools, equipment, materials and consumables from stock for use by lecturers and students for the day-to-day running of the workshops. Control all incoming and outgoing supplies, storage of materials, and manage all scrap materials and recycling of materials. Prepare materials, tools, equipment and consumables as required for Welding workshop exercises, tasks and projects. Construct and dismantle structures, welding jigs, etc. for classwork, and clearing and recovering materials for re-use. Carry out basic maintenance, inventory and safety checks of workshop, equipment and machinery, hand tools, portable electrical equipment, materials, etc. Under the general supervision of the Welding Lecturer, and in emergency situations (absence of Welding Lecturer) perform a variety of routine duties as needed, and to support and teach sheet metal arc welding, MIG, TIG, ARC, OXY/ACE welding and cutting to students. Maintain workshop, practical teaching areas, and storage areas in a tidy and safe condition, and ensure compliance by all stakeholders in the relevant designated area to Health & Safety rules and regulations. ENQUIRIES : Ms NNF Mdladla at (035) 902 9532

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