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  • Posted: May 13, 2022
    Deadline: Not specified

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    Personal Assistant – Project Horizon

    Key Duties & Responsibilities    

    • Support the General Manager and direct reports:
    1.  Internal : CCBA Group , Country MD’s PA’s, Office administrative leads , IT Teams and their PA’s.
    2. External : Various Vendors & other consulting companies partnering on the project.
    • Manage office expenditure
    • Process travel claims
    • Administer & Reconcile credit card reconciliations for GM & GM Direct reports
    • Create SAP purchase orders and purchase requisitions
    • Monitor and Control mailing activities & expenses
    • Manage and maintain manager's diary appointments
    • Schedule, coordinate and confirm meetings
    • Plan, organise and coordinate meetings as and when required
    • Organise travels and complex travel itineraries
    • Complete travel authorisations
    • Process all Forex claims for travel
    • Produce ad hoc documents, briefing papers, reports and presentations for meetings and as required
    • Manage and maintain office equipment and stationery
    • Manage and review filing and office systems
    • Take and compile meeting minutes
    • Manage and maintain electronic and manual filing systems   
    • Manage visits                                                 
    • Manage customer request                            
    • Manage and maintain electronic and manual filing system
    • Facilitate preparation of customer contract
    • Manage customer contract              
    • Update contract information                   

    Skills, Experience & Education    

    • Degree in administrative services, management
    • Diploma in secretarial science & office management


    • 3 years’ experience
    • Minimum 3 years’ experience, preferably in FMCG environment

    Closing Date: 13th, May 2022

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    Data Security and Privacy Manager

    The Data Security and Privacy Manager is responsible for ensuring enterprise-wide information security and data privacy and protection in CCBA. This employee ensures the security of information and data by designing strategies to ensure compliance with national and international laws and regulations and implementing a programme for CCBA to keep information safe.

    The scope of this position focusses on aspects of Data Security and Privacy:

    • Data Management Governance
    • Data Classification Governance
    • Data Privacy Management
    • Data leaks and information security breaches
    • Vendor Due Diligence
    • Data Privacy Certification
    • Legal compliance and regulatory adherence
    • User Training and Communication

    This employee works very closely with the leading Data Architect and other members of the Business insights and Data team to design and implement data management architectures and approaches. They contribute to design and planning of data classification structures and methods and develop required data classification policies and procedures. A key focus is to create privacy policies, establish operational procedures and controls, and builds programmes to ensure adherence to the policies.

    They engage with internal and external legal experts to obtain opinions on policy requirements and adherence. This employee is also responsible for improving data privacy and information security awareness amongst all employees in CCBA. In this regard, they source, oversee the deployment and monitor the effectiveness of training and communication programmes. 

    Key Duties & Responsibilities    

    • Continuously staying up to date on data security and privacy laws, trends and issues, including current and emerging technologies, legislation and best practices.
    • Advising and educating CCBA stakeholders on the relevance and impact of data privacy laws and recommending and implementing changes to CCBA policy and/or practice where appropriate.
    • Following and keeping up to date with data and information security trends in data privacy management, solutions, and optimisation.
    • Researching, evaluating, and advising on the adoption of data privacy and information security philosophies, regulations, solutions, and management approaches.
    • Serving as the primary point of contact and acting as expert in advisor to the CCBA enterprise for new and existing security and privacy regulations and required controls.
    • Analysing current internal data privacy and information security approaches, standards, and enforcement in CCBA.
    • Identifying and analysing regulatory, industry and international requirements and standards for data privacy and information security.
    • Monitoring and researching industry directives and legislation to identify leading practices for protecting CCBA data assets and for ensuring compliance.
    • Creating a best practice strategy for CCBA future data privacy and information security management and adherence.
    • Developing a gap analysis between the to be scenario and the current as-is situation and planning the remediation plan to realise the strategy.
    • Developing roadmaps, plans and business cases to communicate planned initiatives and to obtain approvals through the Demand Management process.
    • Continuously adjusting and updating the strategy, plans and budgets to ensure continuous relevance to evolving legislative, market, and industry requirements.
    • Collaborating with the relevant departments in the development and implementation of appropriate information security and privacy policies, processes, and other resources, ensuring all resources meet applicable legislative and regulatory requirements.
    • Regularly collaborating with the CISO to report on the company’s privacy posture to business leaders and department stakeholders.
    • Leading the development and updates of data privacy and security policies to ensure the protection of corporate data against unauthorized use, access, modification, disclosure, and deliberate or inadvertent destruction.
    • Developing required data security and privacy operating procedures, playbooks, and practices.
    • Collaborating with relevant stakeholders and project teams to ensure privacy principles are embedded in architecture, infrastructure, and code.
    • Setting up and maintaining a documentation library for data security and privacy-related procedures, playbooks, and practices.
    • Leading efforts to obtain data privacy and security certification for CCBA for relevant national and international accreditation bodies.
    • Designing reports and generating security, privacy, and compliance metrics that are meaningful and actionable.
    • Taking ownership of and acting as the programme manager for the implementation of the data security and privacy solutions and practices across all technical and business solutions.
    • Ensuring CCBA’s proactive compliance with all regulatory-mandated data security and privacy requirements including POPIA and GDPR.
    • Verifying proper privacy controls and remediation initiatives are in place, where applicable.
    • Raising awareness across CCBA of the importance of data security and data privacy through the creation and delivery of appropriate training and other awareness initiatives to CCBA team members and relevant third parties.
    • Performing due diligence and compliance monitoring of relevant third parties to ensure that the CCBA’s data security and data privacy requirements are complied with.
    • Planning milestones for deliverables and deployment of system functionality and creating a plan that visualises the timeline.
    • Meeting regularly with senior level business stakeholders to identify, agree and understand dynamic changes to their business unit and functional strategies.
    • Meeting regularly with the Corporate Information Security Office team members and his/her manager to report progress, raise issues and brainstorm solutions.

    Skills, Experience & Education    

    The minimum qualification required for this position is a first degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, or Information Systems.

    • A further degree would be an advantage.
    • Certifications:  Six (plus ITIL) or more of the following:  
    • Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) 
    • NIST Cybersecurity Framework (NCSF)
    • COBIT5 Implementation
    • COBIT5 Assessor
    • Certified in Governance, Risk and Compliance (CGRC)
    • Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC)
    • Certified in the Governance of Enterprise IT (CGEIT)
    • BCS IT Governance & InfoSec Basis Practitioner
    • CRISC (Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control)
    • CISA (Certified Information Systems Auditor)
    • CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional)
    • CISM (Certified Information Security Manager)
    • Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) 
    • Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)
    • Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT)
    • Cisco Certified Network Associate – Security (CCNA)
    • Relevant vendor/equipment specific certification


    • 12 to 14 years general work experience with at least 6 years relevant experience in Information Security or IT Governance.

    Closing Date: 13th, May 2022

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    Executive Assistant Distribution Excellence

    Job Description    
    To lead, develop, advise on and support the successful implementation of the Distribution strategy and support  the implementation of business plans to deliver the strategic priorities of long term growth opportunities, leveraging scale and building fundamental process, system and people capabilities. 

    Key Duties & Responsibilities    

    • Develop an effective Distribution strategy and business plan based on diagnosis, analysis, insight, expertise and distribution principles
    • Develop plans to optimise the operation by aligning resources to activity levels and meeting customer service needs to improve the overall distribution performance
    • Managing the distribution centre of excellence for CCBA
    • Managing the overall distribution budget and allocation of funds according to plan
    • Direct accountability for centralised logistics services, such as routing and scheduling, inventory deployment planning and logistics interaction centre
    • Drive cost efficiencies and transformation through key strategic projects implementation
    • Accountability for the distribution centre of excellence incorporating best practice and capability 
    • development on behalf of CCBA
    • Support regional management in problem solving operational improvement opportunities
    • Ensure standardisation of operating practices
    • Ensure standardisation of productivity measures
    • Sharing of operational best practices across the regions
    • Monitor the execution of Distribution plans in the regions
    • Analyse customer service, operational efficiency and design plans to close gaps
    • Coordinate activities between centre and business units
    • Conduct analysis of Key Performance Indicators and communicate these effectively
    • Provide direction and leadership to teams through driving empowerment, accountability, a culture of 
    • forward thinking, innovation and continuous improvement
    • Source and manage supplier and outsourced relationships effectively

    Skills, Experience & Education    

    • B Comm. or related B Degree (Business Management, Logistics or Transport)
    • Minimum 10 years’ experience in logistics industry
    • Minimum of 8 years line management experience
    • Experience in logistics and business software systems
    • Additional experience and/or exposure in sales, warehouse or manufacturing
    • Financial and business modelling experience
    • Understanding of key business cost drivers
    • Knowledge of logistics operations in large FMCG organisations
    • Project management skills and experience 


    • CCBA business strategy and logistics strategy
    • CCBA order to payment process
    • Distribution management and processes
    • Distribution performance measures
    • Distribution management and processes
    • Distribution performance measures
    • Lean management
    • Execution, planning and schedule control
    • Project management and change management
    • Problem solving techniques
    • Planning and organising
    • Sound financial acumen


    • Application of knowledge areas in Distribution


    • Analytical ability and problem solving
    • Excellent decision making ability
    • Effective communication and interpersonal skills
    • Strong ownership of operational area & acceptance of accountability
    • Leadership capability
    • Self-starter with high energy
    • Strong self-discipline and organisation
    • Ability to plan and implement to completion
    • Works independently as well as in a team
    • High customer orientation
    • Effective conflict management ability 

    Closing Date: 16th, May 2022

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    Country Lead Category Development

    Key Purpose
    To serve as chief strategic advisor to the General Manager : Commercial supporting the development and implementation of the portfolio strategy, innovation strategy, packaging strategy and brand plans in accordance with overall company strategy    

    Key Duties & Responsibilities    

    • Leading and developing the brand portfolio strategy and associated implementation plan for the relevant category, taking into account evolving market dynamics and CCBA’s aspirations, and monitoring and course correcting the implementation thereof.
    • Leading and developing the optimal short to medium term marketing investment strategy for all market facing resources as an outcome of the portfolio strategy 
    • Leading and developing the portfolio packaging strategy and associated implementation plan taking into account evolving consumer and customer needs, and delivering the most effective commercial solution to deliver against these.
    • Leading and developing breakthrough thinking with regard to how we effectively leverage shopper/occasion marketing strategies at a portfolio, brand and channel level. 
    • Leading and developing the marketing strategic response to mitigate the impact of potential marketing restrictions, and stewardship of the implementation plan in the event that restrictions are imposed. 
    • Stewardship for the integration of the portfolio agenda into the business integrated planning process.
    • Stewardship of our brand planning standards and process to ensure continuous improvement in our individual and collective plan outputs. 
    • Stewardship for the integration and alignment of the outputs of the growth strategy into portfolio and brand planning outputs. 
    • Attracts, leads, manages, mentors and coaches employees in such a way to ensure retention, development, and superior performance of talent.
    • Partnering with CCSA on the development of category expanding propositions (product, delivery, serve, etc.) and platforms that will generate sustainable profitable revenue streams.
    • Leverage cross market and cross project learnings to establish guiding principles and potential new hypotheses for validation.
    • Judgement and decision making  
    • Fully responsible for all decision making relevant to the category, including brand, pack, market expansions as well as strategic outlook for  the category

    Qualifications and Experience 


    • University graduate MBA or other post graduate or professional qualification advantageous


    • Strong understanding of the macro business environment
    • In-depth understanding of the South African beverage market and understanding and appreciation of the competitive and competitor environment
    • Significant experience and/or exposure to development and implementation of business strategy with strong expertise in brand marketing, innovation process, strategy development, market segmentation and insights, market research 
    • Proven experience in the area of insight for innovation. Able to articulate clear examples of how insight influenced innovation or product development success.
    • Proven experience in insight development, both qualitatively and quantitatively.
    • Experience aligning stakeholders cross-functionally and between markets and centre.
    • Experience working across multiple markets required, preferably including experience in emerging markets.


    • Highly developed leadership skills with experience in leading senior executives and large teams
    • The ability to coach and develop capability – people development both in direct and indirect reports 
    • Conceptual thinking ability and big picture understanding
    • Analytical and interpretative ability
    • A commercial aptitude with the ability to recognise critical problems and opportunities
    • Ability to set data sourcing requirements that validly represent consumer or trade views
    • Ability to translate data and insights into a framework to enable strategic decision-making
    • Objectivity & assertiveness – presenting the market view objectively in the context of business commitment to directions 
    • Prior demonstrated ability to influence across all levels of an organisation
    • Ability to challenge the status quo
    • Strong communication skills
    • Lateral and independent thinking
    • The ability to manage volume, complexity and ambiguity in a competitive market
    • Credibility with key internal and external players with a diplomatic and assertive communication style
    • Self reliant, self motivated, and flexible to deliver results
    • Culturally sensitive and empathetic indicated through international work experience

    Closing Date: 17th, May 2022

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    Unemployed Learnership : Warehouse


    The purpose of this program is to equip learners to understand and acquaint themselves with the underlying principles of all of the major areas related to distribution within the Wholesale & Retail sector, thus enabling them to become more effective employees. This Certificate provides learners with grounding inall areas of Distribution. This may enable them not only to increase their productivity within the Wholesale and Retail Sector but also to apply their learning in various other business environments.

    Key Duties & Responsibilities    
    The qualified learner will be exposed to:

    • Reading, writing and verbal communication within the distribution environment
    • Rational and irrational numbers and number systems
    • Receiving of stock into the wholesale or retail outlet
    • Maintaining stock balances
    • Safe delivery of stock to customers
    • Legal requirement, organization policies and procedures for the transportation of goods
    • Administrative functions related to stock receipt and delivery
    • The packing of stock in appropriately selected areas
    • Picking of stock
    • The financial impact of stock on the business
    • Picking, packing and movement of stock in order to minimize damages
    • Stock flow through the DC/Warehouse
    • The recording of stock movement on the stock management system
    • Stock take procedures
    • The wholesale & retail business environment
    • Legislation regarding Occupational Health and Safety and applicable safety procedures in the workplace
    • Appropriate actions to be taken with regards to hazards and emergency situations
    • Maintaining of Internal and external housekeeping standards
    • Maintaining of Customer service and satisfaction levels


    • A learner embarking on this Qualification needs to obtain a minimum value of
    • 120 credits to qualify for the Qualification; this learnership runs over a period of 12 months.

    Skills, Experience & Education    

    • COMPETENCIES: Attention to detail Ability to interact well in teams Ability to work effectively in teams Self-Motivated
    • QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE: Minimum Matric with Maths or Maths Literacy at 40% Diploma: Logistics or Operations Management an added advantage

    Closing Date: 18th, May 2022

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    Financial Controller – IBS (Integrated Business Services)

    Key Duties & Responsibilities    

    • Support the financial value computation and realization of all transformation initiatives that will enhance the achievement of key strategic priorities
    • Provide data and analyses which will support business leadership to evaluate alternative ideas and options by providing the business with insightful financial scenario analysis
    • Providing the business leadership with key financial measures which make it easy to understand and measure business performance
    • Support the ownership of good cost management practices across various functions by providing insightful reporting and accountability management
    • Providing cost effective and efficient accounting and financial management services to key stakeholders
    • Promoting good corporate governance practices within the business which ensure that the business remains a viable and responsible entity.
    • Ensuring that the company has sound internal controls which are adequate to address its needs, collaborating with governance to implement and sustain.
    • Support key external stakeholder engagements which are necessary to enhance healthy business relationships and support business continuity.
    • Ensuring risk management is entrenched.
    • Performing material transactions and book adjustments made to Budgeting and Forecasting, across cross-functional finance teams (i.e. Business Process Teams, Legal Entity Controllers etc.).
    • Working closely with various stakeholders to understand business transactions and ensure they are processed and accurately accounted for in appropriate categories.
    • Analysing data, financial and non-financial, so as to inform management on macro-economic trends which underpins forecasts and budgets.
    • Preparing and facilitates the strategic and annual budgeting and monthly forecast process with the BU and other relevant functions
    • Obtains and discusses budget assumptions with Business Unit (Finance, Comp and function units)
    • Identifying relevant transactions and takes these into account for management reporting and forecasting
    • Monthly summary of all actuals posted on the ERP
    • Variance Analysis on monthly actual versus forecasts
    • Monthly expense reporting
    • Ensure simplified and standardised month-end processes are followed
    • Identify opportunities to eliminate process inefficiencies
    • Regular engaging and partnering with key direct partners to deliver on performance targets.
    • Providing business support services to all departments
    • Support the budgeting and forecasting cycles
    • Consolidating and preparing the data for budget presentation purposes

    Skills, Experience & Education    

    • BCom Honours or equivalent
    • CA (SA) / CIMA / CTA an advantage


    • 3-5 years’ operational finance experience

    Closing Date: 21th, May 2022

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