Posted on :
28 May, 2014
28 May, 2014
Req ID: 55048BR
Job category: Operations
Countries (State/Region): South Africa
The Stocks & Admin Manager’s role manages and accounts for all bulk fuel stock within allowable tolerance, cost and internal control, as well as provide transactional integrity to the terminal with the assistance of a stock & administration team covering the following areas of accountability:
•Recording and monitoring of all stock movements for BP
•Daily stock reconciliations to ensure integrity of book stock
•Investigation and rectification of stock variations.
•Periodically reporting on stock performance through key performance indicators(KPI)
•Budget and cost control
•Group Financial Outlook (GFO) Analysis and Reporting
•Document Control and Records Management
•P2P Compliance Management
•Interface with JV Partner relating to Stock Management issues
The Stocks & Admin Manager is accountable for the effective delivery of the following: Ensure integrity of stock information. Evaluate and monitor stock processes regularly to ensure compliance, and to (continuously) improve stock control environment. Scrutinize/analyse stock reports (from whatever stock system, ISPM, JDE or SAP) to resolve stock discrepancies such as variations, imbalances, intransits, uncleared sales, EDI rejects etc. that will affect product loss/gain. Be the SPA (single point of accountability) for OOC (other oil companies) with regard to accounting/ resolving stock related issues. Ensure that source and control documents affecting stock movement are checked and filed as per BP and legal requirement. Comply with all relevant revenue authority regulations (as per legislation) for product duties and tax. Act as the systems Super User for the terminal stock and control systems enhancing integrity of stock systems. Ensure that an adequate system of controls exists at the terminal for pump backs, return to stock, meter reconciliation, cancelled/reprinted documents, product write offs, etc. as well as a day-end control report. Ensure that an adequate security system is in place and is adhered to control bulk fuel entering and leaving the terminal. Account accurately for additive receipt, storage and usage at the terminal. Report on loss/gain during receipt, storage and dispatch of bulk fuel to ensure in-transit, storage and transport loss/gain are within tolerance. Provide assurance on stock management processes. Manages the stocks team at terminal by setting performance contracts, conducting periodic reviews and implementing measures to optimise stock accounting performance. Builds a culture of operational excellence within the team by providing leadership, motivation, coaching and mentoring. Creates an enabling environment that promotes and recognises individual and team efforts and develops the skills and capabilities of the team. Annually, lead and coordinate the development
Business or Logistics Management Degree / Diploma
Essential experience and job requirements
Minimum of 3 years supervisory experience. Logistics Operations or Supply Chain Management experience is an advantage
Other Requirements (e.g. Travel, Location)
There are no additional requirements. Please respond with N/A below.
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