Magazine Master Company – Sasol – Namibia

Job description
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED FOR THE POSITION ARE NON NEGOTIALBE (NO EXCEPTIONS)

Please email your Updated CV (no additional documentation is required) to megan.james@sasol.com

Purpose of Job /Role Intent:

Ensuring that final product is managed responsibly within the requirements of the Chief Inspector of Explosives by adhering to Chapter 8 of the explosives act. Managing the magazine personnel in the movement of product in and out of explosives magazines to fulfill customer requirements. Coordinating and managing magazine compliance.
Minimum Qualifications and Experience required

– Grade 12
– Completed Diploma

– Magazine Master license

– Minimum of 2 years’ experience in an explosives environment

– Proven experience in magazine management
– Strong working knowledge of MS Excel, MS Access and MS Powerpoint
Key accountabilities
1) Execute Magazine Management and Physical Conditions
– Weed Control
– Correctness of Magazine registers to physical stock, use correct color pens for booking in and out.
– Magazine licenses available and not exceeded
2.) Product scheduling
– Availability of stocks, internal and external
– Maintain minimum stock levels
– Production Planning
3) Stock Management
– Loading Errors
– Balance Physical vs SAP
– Old Product – regular rework and management of old product
4) Execution of Functional Interface
– Three way check of delivery notes, delivery note vs freight summary vs customer order vs available stock done by three individuals.
– General appearance of delivery notes
– Full Order On Time
5) People Management- Manage work attendance
– Manage overtime not exceed prescribed hours
– Performance Management
6.) Safety Management
– Make sure safety takes priority in all day to day activities
– Manage security of magazines
– Ensure sub ordinates always wear applicable PPE
7.) Financial Management
– Manage Cash Fixed Cost
– Ensure SOX compliance reports are completed
– Real time stock movement on SAP
8.) Fleet Management

– Ensure the Explosives delivery Fleet is maintained according to

– Chapter 6 of the Explosives Act and National Road standards.

– Monthly mechanical inspections are conducted

– Vehicles are in a general presentable condition

– Manage driving time of the drivers

9.) Weekly and monthly reporting to management in stock, fleet and other as required