Goods in Warehouse Operative

GOODS INWARDS OPERATIVE

Stone

Permanent Full time

OVERVIEW

The role of the Goods Inwards operative is to ensure that all inbound Goods are received and processed into the business in a safe, timely and efficient manner. The role is executed across several tasks and operatives are expected to be able (with training) to be able to execute the full range of tasks.

KEY TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Loading and unloading of vehicles in a busy Goods In department.
Receipt and inspection of goods received – checking for damages, checking quality and quantity of goods received against our purchase order and the suppliers delivery note.
Book onto the system using hand Help Terminals to confirm receipt
Labelling of stock ready for put away
Handling goods received in a methodical way.
Put goods away to picking or pallet locations or transfer to boxing or subcontract operations.
Confirm receipt of any documentation accompanying the delivery e.g. material cert, test cert. etc.
Repackaging of bulk product into smaller quantities to comply with any company specific requirements.
Continually check for damaged or unsuitable packaging and report unsuitable goods as necessary.
Keeping a clear & tidy Goods In area.
Report discrepancies noted when processing inbound materials
An understanding of basic Health & Safety procedures
In addition, once qualified on warehouse Mechanical Handling Equipment (MHE)

Operate and maintain preventively warehouse vehicles and equipment
Loading of goods onto nominated carrier transport using MHE
Processing of Inbound Stock using MHE
KEY SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES

Working as part of a team
Problem solving
Manual Handling
An understanding of health and safety requirements
Flexible approach to duties and tasks
Ensure specified deadlines for work and/or reporting are met.
Be accountable for the area of business you work in
A willingness to learn and be willing to obtain a FLT/MHE Licence
Ensure any special instructions are noted and carried out.
Any other function or activity required with this function
A Counterbalance licence is required for this position refreshed within the last 5 years.

Hours of work: Monday to Friday 08:00 16:00 35 hours per week

Pay Rate: Starting Salary of £14,512 rising to £15,022 after 6 months and to £15,247 after 12 months.

An attendance allowance is also available starting at £16 per week rising to £27 per week

To apply, please send an up to date CV to Chris Byrne

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