Contract: Temp -perm
Job Speck: Receiving, storing, controlling, moving and dispatching stock
To receive, unload, book onto the system, put away and move materials as required.
To dispatch product, assisting with loading of the Lorries and carrying out all the necessary paperwork and transactions.
To take ownership of stock control within Stores and the PPMs, ensuring that FIFO is maintained.
To ensure that stock is appropriately secured.
To transact all appropriate stock movements on the Inventory management system ASC and maintain stock accuracy in each location to greater than 98% accordingly.
To perform and co-ordinate daily perpetual cycle counting.
To pick, deliver and transact work orders in a timely manner (where Pull systems from the POU do not exist).
To prepare, transact and arrange collection of any materials for external suppliers.
To prepare, make-up, transact and deliver spares kits and other spares and component orders as required.
To file all appropriate documentation, such as packing notes, requisition slips and work orders.
Supply of materials to the POU
To react to line signals and replenish two bin line-side POU stocking locations, transferring stock from either the large, small or cell Purchased Parts Market (PPM).
To perform any decanting operations deemed necessary to present material at the POU in a ready to use state.
To carry out any transportation and associated work relating to “monument” processes.
To react to the replenishment signals of the cell PPM, pulling stock from Stores as required.
To react to the replenishment signals of internal kanbans and pull from the supermarkets, delivering to the POU
Maintaining and improving the Supply Chain
To assist in routinely maintaining and monitoring the POU two-bin system and the Curtain-effects, informing the Process Improvement Engineer whenever there it is clear that there is either too much or too little stock being kept in the ‘bins’.
To assist in routinely maintaining and monitoring the PPMs, informing the Senior Production Planner whenever it is clear that there is either too much or too little stock being kept in the supermarkets.