£30000 - £60000 per annum + Additional Benefits
about 2 months ago
The Warehouse Operator will be responsible for the safe discharge receipt, storage, pick, pack, dispatch and transportation activities in line with regulations and standards in order to deliver customer requirements within timescales. Maintain and update appropriate IT systems, and resolve queries/issues through interface with other teams.
Understand the workings of a Physical Logistics operation and the importance of documentation in a safety critical environment.
Good planning and expediting knowledge and skills and can demonstrate experience of using asset tracking / warehouse and planning systems. Knowledge of BAES / customer and supplier logistics processes.
Relationship building skills in order to build working rapport with the line and suppliers and problem solving skills to ensure quick resolution of items shortages to the line.
Requires good IT literacy skills and knowledge of asset tracking / ERP systems.
Maintain a strong working relationship with the Receipt and Despatch/Import and /Export staff to ensure accurate transfer of items inbound and outbound to prevent processing delays
This person would be seen, as a competent individual in operational supply chain activities, be able to support the processes, propose improvements and manage those improvements into the day-to-day running of the operation. Must have a working knowledge of Export Control requirements including ITAR/EAR regulations and the movement of Classified equipment
Forklift Driving Licence desirable
Institute of Supply Chain Management Level 3, NVQ3 Award or its equivalent is desirable but not essential.