Minimum Requirements Essential :
Grade 12 / Matric
Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a similar role
Computer Skills Microsoft Office : Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
Knowledge of Management Systems as well as Occupational Health and Safety Regulations
Knowledge of relevant Labour Relations Acts, industry standards and training objectives
Strong administration and coordination skills
Previous experience in an Occupational Health and Safety or Facility management role
Knowledge of procedures related to a Distribution Centre
Initiate planned maintenance for a variety of office and warehouse equipment and infrastructure.
Oversee the coordination of building space allocation and layout, communication services and facility expansion.
Manage preventative maintenance of facility equipment and building maintenance activities, refurbishment for several Dis-Chem amenities, liaison with service providers as well as relevant contracts between Dis-Chem and external Service.
Inspect any construction and installation processes and actions according to industry best practices.
Safeguard a plan for emergency preparedness to protect both the physical facility and personnel.
Perform testing on generators and other power supplies on a regular basis in order to ensure that the company will be fully functional in the event of a power interruption.
Establish service schedules and adhere to it without disrupting the normal functioning of the business.
Ensure professional service delivery to all internal clients, while supporting core business processes as well as site and facility optimisation.
Ensure all concerns and complaints are resolved in an acceptable and timeous manner.
Report on facility-related matters including but not limited to building data, cost, maintenance and repair, user satisfaction and quality of service.
Coordinate and integrate the activities of all operating systems within the facility for optimal effectiveness.
Conduct on-going environmental, health and safety assessments on the site.
Assist with incident / accident investigation and write accurate reports on these.
Identify and evaluate cost-saving and synergy potential within the region.
Responsible for the management of Facility Management, including performance management and oversight of day-to-day tasks.
Display information notices on how to achieve Occupational Health Safety objectives in the workplace.
Compile and present in-house as well as external workshops related to Occupational Health Safety Representative responsibilities, Fire Fighting and Incident investigation.
Conduct health and safety as well as career coaching programs for relevant employees.
Competencies Essential :
Communication in written and verbal English
Financial Acumen Ability to compile budgets and operate within the set budgets as well as creating financial reports.
Trustworthy and Honest
Problem solving and decision making skills
Be able to identify operational obstacles and opportunities
Analytical and critical thinking skills
Attention to detail
Time management skills
Special conditions of employment :
South African or valid work permit
MIE, clear criminal and credit
Driver’s license and / or own reliable transport
Remuneration and benefits :