3 months ago
The Imports and Exports Supervisor will be responsible for delivering Import and Export of equipment into and out of Qatar. Coordination and supervision of safe receipt, storage, pick, pack, dispatch and transportation activities in order to deliver customer requirements within timescales set. Also supervises and coordinates the planning of logistics activity and the resolution of queries/issues through interface with other teams/organisations. Ensure motivation and effective utilisation of workforce, adherence to SHE, Quality and other internal and external regulations.
The external movement of assets to meet operational requirements on the MOB will fall within governance of this role. In addition, the Imports and Exports Supervisor will be responsible for all assets held in quarantine and Item Discrepancy Report (IDR) on base, ensuring safety compliance of non-conforming parts are segregated and managed to prevent non-approved items being allowed into the Supply Chain.
Maintains a strong working relationship with Warehousing and Repairs staff to ensure accurate transfer of items inbound and outbound to prevent processing delays.
Requires an excellent understanding of International Import and Export procedures and the required Customs and Trade relations paperwork, processes and principles through which the items will be processed to allow order will be satisfied. Must understand constraints and lead times associated with the work and the importance of prioritisation and customer service.
Able to apply knowledge and skills to situations of high complexity, able to interpret data trends and variances and understand the impact of these on future asset supply.
Requires excellent analysis and planning skills along with excellent relationship building and problem solving skills, able to use appropriate IT systems, requires good numeracy.
Requires team leader knowledge team leadership, operational performance management and reporting, people development.
This person would be seen, as a professional in the field of operational supply chain activities, be able to define the processes, propose improvements and manage those improvement into the day-to-day running of the operation. Must have a working knowledge of Export Control requirements and restrictions.
Institute of Supply Chain Management Level 5, NVQ Level 3 / Level 5 Award or its equivalent is desirable but not essential.