|Company||The Beverage Company|
|Location||Isando, Gauteng, South Africa|
The Regional Cooler Coordinator is responsible for the coordination and recording of new placements, movements, breakdown repairs and in-field evaluation of The Beverage Company’s Coolers, fountains and dispensing assets. The role is therefore responsible for mainatining the regions cooler and fountains asset register. The role coordinates the implementation of the Cold Strategy, ensuring a market driven differentiated service offering that builds sustainable competitiveness within clearly identified channels. The role is therefore key to driving sustainable growth, brand equity, sales volume, market share, competitive advantage and corporate reputation. The role is also required to establish a trusted partnership within the cooler environment that differentiates BevCo form competitors though active customer interactions and relationship buillding.
|Industries||Food & Beverages|
Key Accountabilities and Outputs
•Coordinates end-to-end cooler and asset management within the region
•Own the region’s cooler and asset validation process, as a live process, to ensure that The Beverage Company’s coolers are continuously validated in terms of location, status and planogram adherence
•Ensure that The Beverage Company cooler management systemis utilised within the region (i.e. Rapid Trade and MRO Partner Management Systems). Ensuring efficiency with cooler repairs, movement between stores,and new cooler placements. Responsible for all administrative processes inclusive of POs and GRNs for adhoc activities, delivery of assets to depots and regional cooler branding requirements.
oActs as liaison between The Beverage Company and the third party Maintenance, Repairs and Operations (MRO) service provider
oNew Coolers: Work closely with asset management and suppliers to ensure planned coolers are placed in relevant areas, aligned to sales representative, store and geo-location
oCooler Repair: Ensure the Logging of cooler repairs on the TBC cooler management system with live reporting and event logging, where required. The process is to be administered from opening to closing of service requests
oMovement: Ensure the coordination and logging of cooler movements, ensuring accurate recording of final location in store (automated or manual system), always ensuring relevant geo-locations are logged correctly
oGeneral Trade Verification: Evaluate and verify all coolers, locations, content, merchandising principles and evaluation of merchandising brief, within the cooler, location and in store to provide automated reporting within the market.
•Manage key deliverables and communicate daily with the Regional Sales Manager and the National Asset Manager to ensure efficient and effective cooler management
•Ensure accurate master data management of live cooler management systems (automated and manual)
•Utilise the cooler management dashboard systems to manage and report on coolers and ensure that all relevant internal parties are kept updated with regards to cooler administration progress (including successes, areas where attention is needed, as well as opportunities to explore)Actively provide input into the operational planning and budgeting processes
•Drive continuous improvement through streamlining and optimising relevant operational practices, processes and systems
•Ensure adherence to operational and financial frameworks of practices, processes, standards and controls
•Control cost and take the necessary action to mitigate any financial risks or non-compliance
•Routine communication in connection with instructions, requests or normal work tasks (written and verbal)
•Proactive identification of functional problems related to a specific process or policy, determine cause and impact, and choose the best alternative to solve the problem based on guidelines provided and an understanding of the theory or practices underpinning the problem.
•Others in own work area
•Sales representatives and sales managers
•Customers and trade
•Other cooler coordinators
•Others outside own work area (third-party service provider)
•Accomplishes assigned tasks and goals: takes necessary actions to keep progress against objectives on track.
•Prepares a roadmap for success.
•Ensures that all who need to know, are clear about the plan.
•Takes full responsibility for own actions and outcomes, including mistakes.
•Always acts in the company’s best interest, regardless of whether it is difficult or unpopular.
•Ensures others are on track for achieving their goals.
•Helps others with their work.
•Meets commitments to team members or others in the organisation.
•Actively contributes to team discussions and the accomplishment of team work plans.
•Shares expertise and resources to help others address their needs.
•Seeks to include all those who can contribute to the most successful outcome and those who have a stake in the results.
•Actively keeps all stakeholders informed.
•Attempts to reinvigorate team processes when progress is lagging: stays engaged even when not in full agreement with the team’s direction.
•Increases performance expectations when success has been achieved
•Seeks out sources of information, including trade associations, “best practice” companies, customers, peers, subordinates, etc.
•Finds ways to fast-adapt improvement ideas to work processes
•Proactively seeks out resources, alliances, etc., needed to quickly introduce improvements
•Organises information to make it easier to analyse or see trends.
•Anticipates consequences and formulates alternatives.
•Establishes clear decision criteria for making informed choices.
•Seeks relevant information to better understand situations and problems.
•Conducts appropriate analysis; neither makes snap decisions or over-analyses.
•Sees relationships between various facts, figures or other information.
Knowledge of Business
•Follows systematic, multi-source learning regiment designed to educate oneself quickly: keeps oneself current
•Describes the important impacts that one has on the success of one’s functional area and on company results; demonstrates a knowledge of the customers business
•Uses business understanding to make sound decisions and influence the decisions of others
Qualifications and Experience
•Driver’s license (Essential)
•Grade 12 / Matric / NQF level 4 (Essential)
•3-year tertiary or equivalent qualification (Advantageous)
•Up to 2 years’ experience (Operational Execution) Proven administrative ability / asset management experience
•Understanding of commercial requirements
•Good with numbers and analytics
•Robust IT Skills
|Job Closing Date||02/12/2021|