The jobholder will be responsible for the movement and storage of materials, including receiving and locating components, despatch of finished goods and supply of materials to assembly and packaging lines.

The Role

Working in accordance with all safety and quality requirements, responsibilities will include:

  • Offloading and checking of incoming deliveries, moving stock to correct locations in the factory;
  • Reviewing production requirements, ensuring that required components are available in production;
  • Moving finished goods from production to warehouse locations;
  • Reviewing despatch requirements to load finished goods, completing required despatch documentation;
  • Moving all stock in accordance with its quality release status;
  • Accurately recording movement and location of materials on the stock system;
  • Completing all required records and performance indicators;
  • Maintaining high standards of housekeeping;
  • Following waste management procedures;
  • Contributing to process improvement (safety, quality, output, cost/efficiency…);
  • Ensuring all external delivery/distribution drivers follow required safety instructions;
  • Carrying out other tasks that support the warehouse, assembly and packaging operation.

The Person

Essential requirements:

  • Experienced in warehouse operations in a manufacturing or logistics organisation
  • Recognised license in Fork Lift Truck operation (Reach and Counterbalance Truck)
  • Able to interpret production and despatch data to move stock in accordance with requirements
  • General secondary or vocational qualifications (e.g. GCSEs, BTEC Certificate) including Maths & English

Desirable requirements:

  • Working in an electronic assembly operation

In addition, the successful candidate must have the following attributes:

  • Organised and methodical
  • Attention to detail
  • Able to interact and communicate effectively with staff and delivery/distribution drivers
  • Reliable and a good timekeeper
  • Prepared to be flexible in the range of tasks required of them to support the business
  • Willing to be flexible in response to any need to work additional hours

Salary and Benefits

Once production grows to expected levels, basic working hours will be a two-week rotation of 06:00 to 14:00 and 14:00 to 22:00, Monday to Friday. However, initial hours will be dayshift, 08:00 to 16:00, Monday to Friday.

  • An hourly rate of £9.00 when working dayshift and £9.90 when on the two-shift pattern
  • 25 days’ holiday
  • Pension
  • Childcare Voucher scheme
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Free parking

To Apply please send your CV and a covering letter to: cwilliams@cyden.com, quoting ‘Warehouse Operative’ in the subject line. The closing date for applications is 23rd April 2018.