Together at Sanford we are proud of our extensive seafood history and our position as New Zealand’s largest integrated fishing and aquaculture business. Our vision is Leadership in New Zealand Seafood, achieving this through a values led approach of care, passion, integrity and achieving together in all that we do.
About the role:
The Item Master Data Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the master data for all trade items, any corresponding BOMS and nontrade items. It includes item master data additions, corrections and ensuring the accuracy of data. The role supports Sales, Operations, Procurement and Quality Control in assisting with New Product and Product Change Processes. The role focuses on the management of Item Master Data process across multiple production sites, 3rd party processors and contract manufacturing. This function reports into the Supply Chain team, and requires close collaboration with Finance, Quality, Processing Sites and the Sales Team. This role also supports the Supply Chain team with reporting and backing-up of team members when required.
What you need to be successful in this role:
- Good logic and problem-solving skills.
- Open to change and willing to implement new ways of working.
- Calm demeanour and comfortably manage competing resources and priorities
- High attention to detail and superior organisation skills.
- The ability to build effective working relationships across global offices
- Confident presentation and negotiation skills
- A strong desire to continually improve business outcomes through technology
- A desire to work in a high performing team environment
What we can offer you:
This role will have exposure to all aspects of our business and will play a key role in establishing our master data governance across our sites.
If you are passionate about the above position and think you are up to the challenge, you can apply online or please forward a copy of your CV and a cover letter outlining your experience and background to firstname.lastname@example.org
For consideration you will need to be eligible to work in New Zealand. As part of our recruitment process pre-employment checks may include criminal history check, drug and alcohol testing and a medical assessment. You will also be required to be fully vaccinated via the Pfizer BioNTech Covid-19 vaccination, or any other vaccine approved for use in New Zealand by the Ministry of Health to protect a person against Covid-19.