Effectively and efficiently manage a 24/7 warehouse operation of circa 150,000 square feet, ensuring the maintenance of company agreed SLAs and KPIs.
Logistics Contract Manager (Derby) – Line Manager
Head of Warehouse Operations (Derby)
Warehouse Operations Manager (Remote Sites)
Warehouse Operatives (Derby)
Monday – Friday (45 Hours)
Timings Monday – Friday 08:00 am to 5.30 pm
Must be flexible with overtime as and when required to support operational requirements.
1 Line Management responsibilities for the full employee lifecycle of staff including training and development.
2 Uphold corporate values. Responsible for providing a positive and encouraging atmosphere at all times to ensure all staff work to their best abilities.
3 Conduct weekly team meetings including the dissemination of company communications.
Health & Safety Responsibilities
4 Support, comply and ensure complicity with Health, Safety and Environmental regulations, the company handbook, Quality standards and all other company policies and procedures.
5 Manage the effective supervision of health, safety & welfare for the warehouse team.
6 Ensure all processes are rigidly adhered to at all times by all staff.
7 Advise process improvements to assist with continuous excellence.
8 To generate weekly management reports to present to the Logistics
9 Ensuring the warehouse delivers a high level of efficiency whilst undertaking operational and statutory quality requirements through effect resource planning.
10 Responsible for ensuring the accuracy of all physical transactions to maintain stock integrity through proficient use of data terminals.
11 Optimise the building use to achieve maximum stock density, without compromising operational efficiency, whilst maintaining safe working practices.
12 Ensure all activity is allocated and processed (and therefore recorded) using data terminals.
13 To be a direct point of contact for the customer to liaise about exceptional requirements if and when necessary above and beyond SLOTS bookings.
14 Responsible for operational KPI’s through effective management of shift KPI’s.
You will from time to time be required to undertake other duties of a similar nature as reasonably required by your line manager. You are required to follow all ATL policies and procedures at all times and take account of ATL guidance.
ATL has identified a set of effective behaviours which we value and have found to be consistent with high performance across the organisation. Part of the selection process for this post will be to assess whether candidates have demonstrably exhibited these behaviours previously.
Leads by Example:
Leads by example and displays a high-level of personal integrity. Involving team members in decisions and facing-up to unpopular choices, they gain the respect of others through providing local and wider leadership and by promoting a ‘one team’ approach across the business. They also take steps to ensure that the team functions effectively and are able to meet the internal and external challenges faced.
Encourages two-way communication in all interactions, choosing the optimum time and approach to maximise their impact, using effective questioning and listening skills and adapting their approach and style to the audiences’ needs.
Works collaboratively with colleagues and forms effective partnerships with internal and external stakeholders. Promoting cross-disciplinary working as a means of achieving shared goals, they take account of areas of common interest and difference and work with individuals and groups to help advance ATL’s strategic objectives.
Delivering Successful Outcomes:
Delivers outcomes in support of ATL’s strategy and goals. They identify the links between the wider strategy and their team’s objectives, communicate this, create the conditions for team performance, involve others, review progress and take action as appropriate.
Continuous Personal and Team Development:
Ensures that all staff possess the knowledge and skills required to carry out their roles to the required standard. They show an interest in their own learning and development and in that of their team members and ensure that all have development plans tailored to their needs. They also champion a culture of continuous learning and improvement and ensure that the lessons identified are applied at work.
Managing Resources, Performance and Risk:
Takes an integrated approach to managing resources, performance and risk. Creating a high performance culture, supported by an effective approach to performance management and risk, they use resources optimally to place ATL in the best position to achieve its strategic objectives.
Champion Effective Change:
Champions change with team members and other stakeholders. Putting the interests of the business first, they plan and implement change initiatives designed to maintain ATL’s position as a well-respected and profitable transport and distribution business and support others to engage with and deliver the business’ change agenda.
Analysis and Problem Solving:
Demonstrates strengths in analytical thinking and problem solving skills. They understand the strengths of different types of data and are able to solve problems relating to their role in order to deliver ATL’s organisational strategy.
Promotes ATL’s interests in all internal and external encounters. They actively seek to further the ATL agenda and encourage others to do so, mindful always to do so in an inclusive manner and in keeping with the business’s commitment to internal and external community engagement.
Warehouse Management: 1 year (Preferred)
GCSE or equivalent (Required)
No recruiters please, unless you are on our approved supplier list.