A new job means more to the people of Nelson Mandela Bay – who are benefitting from an upturn in the job market thanks to Coega Industrial Development Zone investors who have recently come online – its symbolizes the new heights the city can reach.
As FAW (SA) as well as DCD Wind Towers, Agni Steels (SA), start operations in the Coega IDZ, a couple of hundred jobs have opened up to the local market. For Bongani Moni, new FAW warehouse manager, it means growth personally and professionally.
“The sky’s the limit for the company and its staff, including myself,” says Moni, who joined FAW (SA) in May 2014 this year and has a wealth of management experience.
Moni has become a valuable asset to FAW’s operations and continues to make a significant contribution to the organisation.
With six staff members reporting to him, Moni has a responsibility to mentor, train and develop his staff to achieve greater heights and succeed at FAW.
“FAW SA provides its employees with a good experience and there is a lot to learn. I tell them if you do your part, we will be able to deliver and meet these expectations,” Moni says.
Moni’s duties include: managing staff, overseeing the warehouse, the tool store and the chemical store.
He oversees the receiving and distribution of stock to and from the warehouse to supply the production lines and oversees the stock needed in the tool store. He also places orders based on production requirements and ensures there is sufficient paint