- Key New Role
- Growth Focused Export Company
- Invercargill Based
Blue Sky Pastures (NZ) Ltd procure, process and export to international markets the highest quality free range, grass fed Southern reared lamb and mutton at their two accredited facilities near Invercargill and Gore. With a focus on creating a great team and encouraging innovation we invite you to explore their website to learn more about the great things Blue Sky Pastures is achieving: www.bluesky.co.nz
Reporting to the CFO,you will be the conduit between sales, production and finance, while being the S&OP champion within the business, driving efficiency and in turn profitability. You will be responsible for consolidating and analysing sales, supply, inventory, revenue and plant optimisation data, enabling the leadership team to make great decisions in a timely manner. You will support and coordinate sales and production planning processes, inventory management, budget and trend analysis, and market intelligence, while supporting continuous improvement initiatives.
Your Skills and Experience
To be successful in this role, you will have proven experience in sales and operational planning, an appreciation of supply chain systems and processes as well as experience in financial modelling, ideally in a related sector. You will likely have a relevant qualification, have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with a passion for bringing ‘the numbers to life’ while working in a fast-paced agile environment.
Southland provides an excellent lifestyle location like no other; with Stewart Island, Queenstown and the Otago regions on your doorstep. For further information on the area please visit www.invercargillnz.com
If you can demonstrate the above skills and are drawn to the opportunity to join a growth orientated company, please submit your cover letter and CV by clicking on the appropriate ‘Apply’ button. Initial phone enquiries can be made to Nick Carter on 03 345 8764 or Sally Goldsmith on 03 345 8761.
Applications for this role close 5pm Friday 11 September