Logistics Officer - Botany

Logistics Officer - Botany

Listed 02 Jun 2021

St John is run and staffed by people who are passionate about serving their communities and caring for fellow New Zealanders. We are a charity and have a volunteer ethos, with paid and volunteer members working side by side towards our company mission

No day will be the same, one day you could be ensuring logistics get out to our ambulance operations, then assisting in the set-up of a large-scale event. This role will be based in East Tamaki and will support our multiple sites in Ellerslie which house our main offices and event storage facility.

Your primary role will be to:

  • Maintain and develop stores process and systems
  • Manage medical supplies and medicine stores for the Auckland Metro area
  • Delivery of these medical supplies and medicine to Auckland metro stations
  • Manage repairs and logistics for faulty equipment.
  • Lead the logistical requirements of St John attended Events (such as concerts and sporting events)

Previous Logistics experience is not required, you may be in a role which you feel has the transferable skills which will compliment this position. An understanding and interest in basic mechanics would be helpful and the ability to lift some heavy equipment (15kg) when required. Proven experience in building strong relationships and sound computer literacy is key.
To enjoy and be successful in this role you will:

  • A self-starter
  • Strong planning and organising skills
  • Driven to get things done on time
  • Work autonomously but also work well in a team
  • Be fit and healthy
  • Honest and reliable work ethic
  • Proactive and think ahead
  • Well organised and planned
  • Committed to achieve
  • Full Driver's License
  • Flexible to work some weekend days as and when required
  • Basic purchasing duties

If you are interested, apply now. We look forward to reviewing your application.

Applications close: 15 June 21

We welcome and encourage diversity in our workforce and adhere to best practice equal employment opportunity principles in all aspects of our recruitment and our ways of working.

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