Warehouse and Logistics Manager
Closing Date: 22/06/2018
Warehouse and Logistics Manager
Main Purpose of the job
To lead the safe efficient storage and distribution of all internal goods, ensuring that the right products are delivered to
the right location on time, to the correct Quality, in the correct quantity and ergonomically correct. This includes
transportation, stock control, warehousing and monitoring the flow of all internal parts to ensure that the flow of
internal parts to ensure that the orders are fulfilled 100% on time.
Provide clear business direction for logistics and warehousing
Strategically plan and manage logistics, warehousing and transportation
Manage, control and improve all logistics processes
Organize the warehouse, plan delivery routes and process shipments
Use proven problem-solving tools and techniques to eradicate root causes and implement permanent solutions
Manage the logistics budget to meet financial objectives
Lead and facilitate improvement project teams to improve logistic processes
Develop and facilitate training in logistics tools and techniques throughout the business
Implement 5S and co-ordinate all other Lean Manufacturing tools and techniques within the Logistics team
Develop, plan and train the Logistics team
Create, collect, manage and distribute Key Performance Indicators
Be available as the Logistics “Go To” manager to assist and help others
Work with suppliers to achieve suitable returnable packaging solutions
Oversee all stock taking activities on site, working with the whole business
Involvement in 5S & Continuous Improvement initiatives
Adhere to H&S Policy
Adhere to Company Handbook
Adhere to Quality Policy
Adhere to Standard Operating Procedures
Adhere to IT Policy
Involvement in training requests
Manage stock levels, delivery times and transportation
Coordinate and control the delivery order cycle
Manage the recycling of all waste stream associated with delivered parts.
Allocate and manage resources according to change business needs.
Analyse problems and produce new solutions.
Create and implement standard operation procedures.
Integrate new parts and products into production working closely with production teams.
Ensuring compliance and dissemination of all relevant legislation, regulations and procedures.
Source and implement new logistical equipment and machines.
Ensure the latest competencies re up to date (Skills, knowledge and qualifications)
Support managers and team leaders in there activities.
Develop all team members.
Manage a multi shift pattern and work
Degree, HND or foundation degree
Engineering apprenticeship desirable
Recognised logistics management accreditation
Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC),
Institute of Leadership and Management;
Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS).
Business improvement qualification desirable
Good G.C.S.E’s (or Level 2) in Maths and English
Knowledge and Experience:
·Proven working experience as a logistics manager
·Record of successful distribution and logistics management
·Logical and systematic approach to work
·Proven business process re-engineering
·Experience of handling multi-projects
·The ability to solve problems and offer creative solutions
·IT literacy and the ability to handle electronic data
·Proficient in standard logistics software
·The ability to manage change
·Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work well as part of a team, as well as manage people
·Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
·A positive attitude to continued learning
·Full UK Driving Licence
·Experience related to the leisure industry
Knowledge of leisure vehicle design, construction, assembly processes and techniques
Dealing with complexity
Strong problem solving and analytical skills
Able to adapt business processes to suit current conditions
Methodical and attention to detail
Good communication skills
interpersonal skills / team player
Presenting technical information
Good organisational skills
Ability to prioritise own work load
Appetite to learn
Project planning skills
Ability to lead or be a team player when required
Ability to recover from setbacks
Normal Hours of work:
Monday to Thursday - 8.00am - 17.00pm
Friday - 8.00am - 13.00pm
The post holder would be required to work the hours necessary to fulfil the requirements of the role. Candidates must be prepared to be flexible and work shift patterns if required dependent upon the business needs.
How to Apply:
Forward an up to date copy of your CV to email@example.com
22 Jun 2018