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Spare Parts Administrator

Job Description

The parts administrator strives to return a satisfactory profit to the company’s investment in parts inventory.

Parts managers accomplish their objectives through the use of proper purchasing procedures, inventory control, security and pricing.

Spare Parts Operations

  • Ensure that the spare parts Receive and Issue procedure is followed.
  • Do random Check with invoice and physical
  • Do random check on updating of the system
  • Do Random check on the stock count and accuracy

    Spare parts ordering

  • New model spares ordering plan with Marketing and Service Manager
  • Determining appropriate inventory levels while ensuring periodic parts turnover.

    Vendor Management

  • Ensure that the spare parts are procurable within short time and affordable price with quality


  • Coordinate with Service Manager / operations for customer issues related to spare parts
  • Inform to Supervisor in advance if any customer needs are delayed for any reasons so that the customer can be notified
  • Coordinate with supplier for any quality issues on spare parts so that it can be rectified


  • Consumption report / Stock reports


  • About 3 Years Experience in Spare parts Management preferably in a motor vehicle industry.
  • Excellent communication skill
  • Interaction with Management / Sales / other departments
  • Must have Passion for customer service

    Education Requirements

  • Possess at least a Diploma Purchasing & Supply management.
  • Candidates with a background in business administration and marketing are strongly preferred.
  • An automotive technology background is valuable for many parts department careers.
  • Experience in the automotive industry will be an added advantage.

    Applications indicating current/previous salary can be e-mailed to: hr [at]

    Facilities Administrator

    Job Description

    Responsible for planning, directing, and overseeing building operations and services. Analyzes utility bills and energy output, allocates office space to departments, purchases equipment, and maintains appearance of building.

    Primary Responsibilities

  • Follow up on insurance coverage for building.
  • Inspect structure of building and determine if repairs are needed.
  • Allocate office space.
  • Supervise renovations and additions.
  • Oversee grounds keeping.
  • Transport, dispose of, or relocate office equipment and furniture.
  • Advise staff on how to reduce utility bills.
  • Organize meeting and lounge spaces.
  • Maintain vendor relationships.
  • Perform facility plant equipment obsolescent planning, budgeting and replacement.
  • Perform environmental hazard management/planning and remediation.


  • Technical competence, with excellent problem solving, analytical, interpersonal, communication and managerial skills.
  • Prior relevant experience will be an added advantage.

    Education Requirements

    Possess qualifications in building services related disciplines, including surveying, building services engineering and business management.

    Applications indicating current/previous salary can be e-mailed to: hr [at]

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