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Transport Management System Analyst - Global logistics and distribution company

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Company: Michael Page
Contract: PERM
Location: Johannesburg, South Africa

  • Transport Management Analyst with extensive logistics background
  • Preferred experience in transport management, transport order management

About Our Client

Our client is a global logistics and distribution company.

Job Description

Assists with the Configuration and deployment of TMS product management applications in-line with industry methodologies and standards.
Build strong working relationships with Local and Cluster Business Unit teams.
Support the IT Program Leads in delivering quality product for use in the operational business.
Contribution to improving the country business unit P&L through effective usage of IT services and solutions.
Responsible for contributing to the delivery of IT projects from definition phases through to successful delivery.
Communicate with the project manager to ensure the maintenance of the project plan and time scales to ensure delivery.
Escalation of any project of implementation related issues.
Support product management activity for new business initiatives.
Establish productive business relationships with all customers and suppliers as appropriate.
Implementation of SDN's and configuration changes in line with agreed processes and standards
* Risk Management
* Change Management
* Planning
* Test & Training Management
* Implementation Management
* Resource Management
Support the cooperative functioning of the product management team.
Management and development of developments and workload - ensuring the requirements of the deliverables are met and understood.
Communication - contribute to the effective communication structure in place i.e. weekly / monthly team meetings.
Coach / Mentor fellow team members within the Product Management Delivery IT team.

The Successful Applicant

  • 4 - 6 years' Logistics and supply chain experience, maintaining master data, rooting and scheduling of data.
  • Strong Transport Management Systems background
  • Knowledge of Plato, Transact, Sino, Freightware, Parcel Perfect Systems
  • Advanced skills in road risk exposure and executions of TMS
  • Intermediate use of SQL, Oracle TMS
  • Process analysis and Design (mapping)
  • Self-starter able to work independently and probe independently
  • Logistics consulting experience (considered)
  • Flexible mindset and open to working on multiple projects and stakeholders across different regions, cultures and personalities

What's on Offer

CTC: R500K P.A


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