Fresh Produce Buyer - Gqeberha, Port Elizabeth Eastern Cape, Executive Placements

Published 2022-08-09
Expires 2022-09-09
ID #1120462695
Fresh Produce Buyer - Gqeberha, Port Elizabeth Eastern Cape, Executive Placements
South Africa, Eastern Cape, Eastern Cape,
Published August 9, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Fresh produce buyer - gqeberha

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JOB SUMMARY:A listed National Company within the Retail sector is looking for an experienced Fresh Produce Buyer for their branch in Gqeberha. JOB DESCRIPTION:A thorough knowledge of Fruit and Vegetables is essentialPrevious Trading experience is a requirementManagement experience in a packhouse environment will be an advantageAccountable for:Growing programmes / implementation thereofProduct purchase pricesSales and gross profit for own buying categoryMaintaining shortage on order / product wastage within acceptable levelsProduct management, including qualityFood Safety systems at the ProducersRegular farm / opposition and market visitsPackaging stock levelsPromotionsAcquiring accurate / relevant management informationAdhering to Company Policy on Buying and Trading proceduresAssisting with General Management duties Please Note:By applying for this position and providing Fokus Personnel with your CV and other personal information, you are consenting to the information being used for the specific purpose for which IT was provided, which is recruitment purposes and possible appointment purposes should you be successful. Please note that your information will be processed for recruitment purposes only or for such purposes relating to assessing the establishment of an employment relationship with yourself, and this will be done in accordance with the applicable data protection and privacy legislation. We confirm that such information will not be used for any other purpose without obtaining your prior consent.If your application is not successful, we retain your CV and other information provided for a period of 6 months after which IT will be destroyed in a secure manner. If you object to your information being used in accordance with the aforementioned clauses, please indicate your objection and we will immediately destroy your personal information in a secure manner.If you are not contacted within 2 weeks of the deadline, please regard your application as unsuccessful.

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