Based in Hainult.

Reporting directly to the Regional Installation Manager.

The main function of the role is to ensure that equipment/materials are readily available for both Installation and Service Departments, and to maintain in conjunction with Cost Controller/Regional Installation Manager a workable stock level of all key lines.

 

Responsibilities

  • To maintain a workable stock level in regional Stores of all key lines.
  • To ensure that equipment removed from Stores is booked out in line with current company procedures.
  • To prepare equipment/materials in line with installation work demands
  • To organise and expedite deliveries in line with the requirements of the Installation and Service Departments.
  • To place purchase orders with company suppliers for:

Stock items to replenish Stores

Equipment requirements for installation work

Equipment requirements for Service Dept use

  • To receive and unpack delivered/collected equipment/materials and cross reference supplier Delivery Notes against Purchase Orders.
  • To prepare materials/equipment for collection and dispatch
  • To arrange and return faulty goods for warranty inspection and repair/replace
  • To chase outstanding items returned for warranty inspection etc
  • Update in-house spread sheets

 

Knowledge & Requirements

  • Good working knowledge/experience of computers including MS office software such as Word, Excell is essential.
  • Demonstrate a high level of confidence, self motivation and initiative
  • Good communicator with colleagues and suppliers
  • Ability to work on own initiative, to resolve issues and proactively to avoid problems
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Ability to drive and self-navigate/read maps
  • Have a flexible and willing approach to work
  • Team player
  • Physical ability to manage goods-in/out work tasks.

How to apply

If you are interested in this position, please provide your CV and any other relevant supporting information to:

Justine Marjoram

Email: jobs@secom.plc.uk

SECOM PLC is an equal opportunity employer