Warehouse Manager Or Supervisor Role - Cartons

Location
England
Salary
£25K -£30K Depending On the Role/Candidate
Posted
24 Jul 2019
Closes
23 Aug 2019
Ref
PK6124
Contact
Hollie James
Sector
Luxury
Job Function
Management
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

NEW VACANCY! PK6124

WAREHOUSE MANAGER OR SUPERVISOR ROLE- CARTONS

SOUTH EAST

£25K - £30K (Depending on the Role / Candidate) + 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays
Hours of working - 37.5 per week (no overtime for the manager position / possible for the supervisor) - depending on the candidate

Our client is a print and packaging design and manufacturing company serving a wide range of customers from start-ups to major high street retailers. They have an excellent reputation within the packaging industry for luxury and award-winning design. They are now looking for a Warehouse Supervisor to join their team.

The ideal candidate should have at least 3 years' experience managing / working in a warehouse environment.


Role / Responsibilities:

  • Arranging collections for parcels, pallets & mailings
  • Control goods coming in and going to the correct departments in the factory
  • Keeping accurate accounts of stock (stock management)
  • Organizing stock call-off and reviewing transport suppliers
  • Working closely with the Production Manager, Packaging manager and finishing departments, briefing on a daily basis to ensure operational requirements are achieved.
  • Liaise with customers, suppliers and transport companies
  • Plan, coordinate and monitor the receipt, order, assembly and dispatch of goods
  • Use space and mechanical handling equipment efficiently
  • Forklift licensed (reach and counterbalance)
  • Respond to and deal with customer communication by email and telephone
  • Keep stock control systems up to date and make sure inventories are accurate
  • Ensure productivity targets are achieved
  • Encourage as well as taking responsibility for their teams work
  • Regularly report on department KPIs
  • Maintain standards of health and safety, hygiene and security in the work environment, for example, ensuring that stock such as chemicals and food packaging are stored safely
  • Oversee the planned maintenance of vehicles, machinery and equipment
  • Plan future capacity requirements
  • Have a clear understanding of the company's policies and vision and how the warehouse contributes to these
  • Organise the recruitment and training of staff, as well as monitoring staff performance and progress