Warehouse Systems Operator
|Job Type||Temporary / Contract|
|Sector||Electronics & Telecommunication|
|Salary||£13 - £15 per hour + Free Parking, Holiday Pay, Pension Scheme|
Warehouse Systems Operator
£13.34 - £14.67 per hour
Friday - Sunday 06:00 - 5:45
33 hours per week
Possible initial weekday training
An opportunity has arisen within the material department of a multinational engineering company for an experienced Production Controller/Inventory Controller, working within the Inventory control team.
As a Warehouse Systems Operator , you will be managing the supply of materials for use in Production, to ensure site plans and requirements are met.
The nature of the role requires a high calibre person with a strong knowledge of SAP; experience in the following modules would be an advantage MM, PP, WM, QM.
The successful candidate will have a strong background in the supply chain, with experience gained working in the following industries considered favourable, Automotive, Telecommunications, Pharmaceutical, or Aviation.
Responsibilities will also include, but are not limited to;
- Supply and control of materials from goods in, to the stores warehouse and production areas.
- Controlling the movement of materials from goods receipt to end user physically and electronically, using Excel spread sheets and SAP systems.
- Ensuring materials are kitted and available to production in an orderly and timely way.
- Conducting cycle counts of stock and inventory on site in the stores area
- Controlling traceability and shelf life issues for key materials.
- To put stock away into designated locations and awareness of level loads allowed in the warehouse storage areas and maintaining records and databases.
- Interacting with material controllers and production staff on daily needs and issues.
- Assisting in the planning and allocation of Team workload.
- Assisting in the preparation, dissemination and use of Team KPI to control processes and key materials.
- To assist in cycle counting as requested by the Cycle Count Officer.
Experience / Qualifications
- Experience of SAP in a manufacturing environment would be a positive advantage.
- Must be able to demonstrate the capability of working in a pressurised, deadline driven, but procedure controlled production environment.
- Good communication skills, verbal and written, are required.
- Computer literacy, with confidence in the use of standard computer packages, will need to be demonstrated.
- Knowledge of material handling techniques and theory will be a positive advantage.
For this role, you must have evidence of the right to work in the UK. CMS do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.