Puma Sports Distributors has a vacant position for Puma Production Coordinator Wildlife Works (Epz) Ltd to provide structural and technical know-how and ensure production and quality standards are met.
Employer: Puma Sports Distributors (Pty) Ltd (World Cat- South Africa Branch)
Position: Puma Production Coordinator Wildlife Works (Epz) Ltd
Reporting To: World Cat South Africa Branch Manager
Mission of the Job:
•Support the RUKINGA factory team with structural and technical know-how and ensure that PUMA production- and PUMA quality standards are met.
•Ensure on time delivery through follow up on production status.
•Supply guidance to enhance the factory’s skills and capabilities and to increase efficiency and expand capacity.
•Ensure that the GBS order data is maintained correctly and timeously.
•Support and guide the WILDLIFE WORKS team in setting up the new factory equipment
•Support and guide the daily production routine in the RUKINGA garment factory.
•Train an guide WILDLIFE WORKS team on PUMA’s quality standards and exercise final inspections on PUMA orders.
•Support and guide the development process of PUMA styles.
•Support and guide RUKINGA team in planning and follow up of pre-production process (fabrics, trims, accessories).
•Establish smooth cooperation with PUMA’s international (and national) nominated trims-, accessories- and fabric suppliers.
•Monitor and submit weekly WiP reports to WCZA office and verify production status at the factory to ensure on time delivery
•Support RUKINGA team in managing P0’s in GBS System (PUMA internal order system)
•Extensive experience as Production Manager (or Consultant) in garment manufacturing industry.
•Good know how in screen-/pigment printing.
•Structured way of thinking and very good organizational skills.
•Excellent team worker with good social networking skills and very good communication skills.
•Good computer knowledge in Excel/Word, ability to quickly adopt new skills on company internal programs (GBS).
•Open minded and positive personality, strong will with ability to get things done.
•Fluent in English, both written and spoken, advantageous to speak Kiswahili and/or more Kenyan languages.
All applicants should send an application letter (explaining relevant experience and motivation), CV,
recommendation letters and a relevant certificate to:
The Human Resource Coordinator, Wildlife Works,
P.O BOX 310-80300, Voi
or per email:firstname.lastname@example.org or lenjo@wildlifeworks. com
The deadline for the application is 4th May 2012.
Only the shortlisted applicant will be contacted.