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Supply Chain Risk Manager

Advertiser: Health Purchasing VictoriaMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
10 Feb 2020
Location
Melbourne, CBD & Inner Suburbs
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Manufacturing, Transport & Logistics, Purchasing, Procurement & Inventory

Supply Chain Risk Manager

This is a new and exciting opportunity to join Health Purchasing Victoria to assist public health services implement and maintain requirements of the Modern Slavery Act 2018.

Managing supplier risk, this role works with stakeholders to implement a project plan ensuring suppliers and health services integrate Modern Slavery Act principles and requirements within their procurement processes.

We can offer you:

  • A great salary package
  • Full time ongoing position
  • 4 weeks of annual leave plus monthly Accrued Day Off
  • Annual Leave loading of 17.5%
  • Flexible work arrangements - work from home, 9 day fortnight, flexible hours
  • Easter Tuesday public holiday
  • Modern office right next to Parliament station
  • Excellent bike lock up and change room facilities, and access to on-site gym.

Role key functions:

  • Develop a project implementation plan to ensure health services provide a Modern Slavery Statement to the Minister for Home Affairs by December 2020, and annually thereafter.
  • Provide advice and training, and develop tools and templates to enable suppliers and health services to assess compliance risks.
  • Proactively work with suppliers to address the risks of modern slavery in supply chain management in order to meet contractual and legislative compliance

Key Selection Criteria:

  • Tertiary Qualification in Business, Procurement or Supply Chain, or significant related experience.
  • Experience in risk management within a consultancy, compliance function or regulatory body.
  • Demonstrated understanding of supply chain practices in the healthcare sector
  • Experience developing project implementation plans incorporating change management methodologies.
  • Demonstrated experience facilitating training related to risk or compliance management.

About HPV

Established in 2001 to improve the collective purchasing power of Victorian public health services and hospitals, HPV achieves best value outcomes in the procurement of health-related goods, services and equipment through 58 contract categories. We work in partnership with public hospitals and health services to understand their requirements, facilitate large-scale tenders and manage common-use contracts on behalf of the state.

Thinking of applying?

Further information about HPV and a detailed position description is available via the HPV Website.

To be considered further, applications must include:

1. A Cover Letter (including a separate statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria above)

2. Your Resume

Applications are to be addressed to Katie Shaughnessy, HR Manager and submitted by 9am, Monday 24 February 2020

Applicants requiring flexible working arrangements including part time hours will be considered.

HPV is an all-inclusive employer. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, LGBTI and people from culturally diverse backgrounds are encouraged. 

Katie Shaughnessy (k.shaughnessy@hpv.org.au)

This is a new and exciting opportunity to join Health Purchasing Victoria to assist public health services implement and maintain requirements of the Modern Slavery Act 2018.

Managing supplier risk, this role works with stakeholders to implement a project plan ensuring suppliers and health services integrate Modern Slavery Act principles and requirements within their procurement processes.

We can offer you:

  • A great salary package
  • Full time ongoing position
  • 4 weeks of annual leave plus monthly Accrued Day Off
  • Annual Leave loading of 17.5%
  • Flexible work arrangements - work from home, 9 day fortnight, flexible hours
  • Easter Tuesday public holiday
  • Modern office right next to Parliament station
  • Excellent bike lock up and change room facilities, and access to on-site gym.

Role key functions:

  • Develop a project implementation plan to ensure health services provide a Modern Slavery Statement to the Minister for Home Affairs by December 2020, and annually thereafter.
  • Provide advice and training, and develop tools and templates to enable suppliers and health services to assess compliance risks.
  • Proactively work with suppliers to address the risks of modern slavery in supply chain management in order to meet contractual and legislative compliance

Key Selection Criteria:

  • Tertiary Qualification in Business, Procurement or Supply Chain, or significant related experience.
  • Experience in risk management within a consultancy, compliance function or regulatory body.
  • Demonstrated understanding of supply chain practices in the healthcare sector
  • Experience developing project implementation plans incorporating change management methodologies.
  • Demonstrated experience facilitating training related to risk or compliance management.

About HPV

Established in 2001 to improve the collective purchasing power of Victorian public health services and hospitals, HPV achieves best value outcomes in the procurement of health-related goods, services and equipment through 58 contract categories. We work in partnership with public hospitals and health services to understand their requirements, facilitate large-scale tenders and manage common-use contracts on behalf of the state.

Thinking of applying?

Further information about HPV and a detailed position description is available via the HPV Website.

To be considered further, applications must include:

1. A Cover Letter (including a separate statement addressing the Key Selection Criteria above)

2. Your Resume

Applications are to be addressed to Katie Shaughnessy, HR Manager and submitted by 9am, Monday 24 February 2020

Applicants requiring flexible working arrangements including part time hours will be considered.

HPV is an all-inclusive employer. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, LGBTI and people from culturally diverse backgrounds are encouraged. 

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
  • How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

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