about 2 months ago
The PHS&T Supervisor will be responsible in the operational short to medium term for the coordination and supervision of safe receipt, storage, pick, pack, dispatch and transportation activities in order to deliver customer requirements within timescales set. Also supervises and coordinates the planning of logistics activity and the resolution of queries/issues through interface with other teams/organisations. Ensure motivation and effective utilisation of workforce, adherence to SHE, Quality and other internal and external regulations.
This will include managing, stock (including lifting and stocktaking), handling, distribution of materiel on base (including Classified, Secret, or National Sensitive Data (NSD) equipment to meet the operational requirements of both Forward and Depth environments.
In Addition the PHS&T Supervisor will be responsible for all the on base transportation of goods to the end user using delivery vehicles and forklift trucks in the execution of these duties to meet agreed KPIs and availability output on a daily basis.
Requires in depth knowledge of the workings of a warehouse / logistics operation and the importance of compliance with the MRP Part 145 regulations.
Requires excellent planning and expediting knowledge and skills and can demonstrate good experience of using asset tracking / warehouse and planning systems. Knowledge of BAES / customer and supplier logistics and Release to Service (RTS) documentation.
Requires excellent relationship building and problem solving skills. Requires team leader knowledge, team leadership, budget control, planning, performance management and reporting.
Requires good IT literacy skills and in depth knowledge of asset tracking / ERP systems.
Understands Export Control regulation and be able to apply knowledge and skills in the correct completion of documentation. Close attention to details are essential.
Forklift licence desirable but not essential
Institute of Supply Chain Management Level 5 or its equivalent is desirable but not essential.