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Transport Planner
Dudley
26,000 - 32,000

The purpose of this role is to ensure that all aspects of the Transport function from the Base Site are delivered in a timely cost-efficient manner.

Specific tasks include:

To create & deliver the Daily Transport Load Program in the most cost-effective way.
Manage the Fleet.
To manage & control all vehicle maintenance requirements to meet statutory regulations including: Servicing, Plating, MOT, Road Tax,
Monitor / regulate driver hours to comply with legislation.
Create load plans and all documentation.
Review cost effectiveness of planned runs.
Pro-actively review In-house versus 3rd Party delivery options.
Create KPI's to review departmental performance.
Regular communication with other departments on load / vehicle run management.
Create a culture of continuous Improvement within the department.
Monitor load efficiency by cost / weight & vehicle utilisation.

Essential Skills for the role:

Extensive experienced in Transport planning / Warehousing / Administration.
Experience of Fleet Management.
Pro-active & tenacious attitude & approach to problem solving.
Excellent communication skills.
Good computer / numerical skills.
Fully conversant with transport regulations, (vehicle & driver).
Exceptional customer service both internal & external.
Flexibility in operational working hours.
How it feels to work for us

We provide a fantastic opportunity to work within a forward-thinking organisation that is respected as the UK's leading independent steel stockholder. Our people are the driving force behind Barrett Steel, and we seek individuals who are passionate, hard-working, ambitious and demonstrate a 'can-do' attitude to help us build and develop the business. Barrett Steel encourages innovative thinking and has an open door for people to lead and influence change.

Monday to Friday 08:30am to 17:00pm
Salary
Competitive
Benefits
21 days holiday + Bank holidays, Bonus Potential, Pension

Logistics & Supply Chain Workforce are responsible for placing thousands of dedicated professionals out to work across the Midlands. We operate from several prime locations in the area, and are likely to have an office right near you. Job categories include; Food Production, Food Processing, Warehouse, distribution and Planning. We are always on the lookout for the very best talent, so if you know anyone, refer them to our professional and friendly team who will be more than happy to help.
Reporting directly to the Managing Director the Operations Manager role is second line management position with overall responsibility for all key aspects of the operational performance of the business.
Functions that report into this role are: Procurement, manufacturing and warehousing
Key Deliverables
* Ensure overall business supply chain KPI's are achieved
* Manage operational expenditure in line with set annual budgets
* Develop and execute procurement strategy to deliver year on year savings
* Develop IT systems to support improved operational performance of the business
* Personal development of all team members
Job brief
My client are looking for an experienced Operations Manager to organize and oversee the daily operations of the company. You will be the one to ensure that our business is well-coordinated and productive by managing its procedures and coaching its people.
The areas of responsibility for this role are very wide and thus requires an individual at is used managing multiple functions in a fast paced environment . He/she must be someone that enjoys leading from the front can develop and empower their direct reports to deliver business objectives.
The goal is to safeguard and augment the efficiency of the company's operations to facilitate accelerating development and long-term success
Responsibilities
* Plan and monitor the day-to-day running of business to ensure smooth progress
* Mentor, Motivate and Supervise staff from different departments and provide constructive feedback
* Regularly evaluate the efficiency of business procedures and performance according to organizational objectives and apply improvements
* Manage procurement processes and coordinate material and resources allocation
* Review financial information and adjust operational budgets to promote profitability
* Revise and/or formulate policies that align with overall strategy and promote their implementation
* Manage relationships/agreements with external partners/vendors
* Evaluate overall performance by gathering, analysing and interpreting data and metrics
* Ensure that the company runs with legality and conformity to established regulations, with local and international laws (e.g data protection, International Labour Standards, International Trade)
* Manage contracts and relations with customers, vendors, partners, and other stakeholders
Requirements
* Proven experience as Operations Manager or Head of Operationsor equivalent position
* Excellent organizational and leadership abilities
* Outstanding communication and people skills
* Knowledge of industry's legal rules and guidelines
* In depth knowledge of diverse business functions and principles (e.g. supply chain, finance, customer service etc.)
* Working knowledge of data analysis and performance/operation metrics
* Familiarity with MS Office and various business software (e.g. ERP, NAV)
* BSc/BA in business administration or relevant field; MSc/MA will be a plus
POSITION DESCRIPTION

TITLE:Quality Assurance Officer
(6-month contract - maternity cover)

REPORTING TO: Quality Assurance Manager


JOB DESCRIPTION OVERVIEW:
The role will be responsible for supporting the routine management & continuous improvement of the Quality Management System in accordance with the requirements of ISO 13485:2016 and all other applicable regulatory requirements (inc. MDD 93/42/EEC & MDR 2017/745).
The key aspects of the role will cover (but not be limited to) the handling of Non-Conformance Reports; Customer Complaints; QCIS Improvements & support for the QA Manager in matters of a quality and regulatory compliance, in accordance with business needs.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Non-Conformance Reports [NCR's] - management of NCR's from initiation through to corrective/preventive actions (inc. supplier notification & action where applicable) and effectiveness review.
• Complaint Handling [CC's] - management of complaints inclusive of appropriate root cause investigation; corrective/preventive actions (inc. supplier notification & action where applicable) and effectiveness review.
• Quality Control Inspection Sheet (QCIS) Development - improvement of the inspection protocols within QC, in-line with complaints data and routine reject reporting
• Reviewing/Auditing, Updating & Writing QMS SOP's
• Support the management & continuous improvement of the QMS as per ISO 13485:2016 & MDD/MDR requirements

PERSON SPECIFICATION:
• Quality Assurance / Control experience, within the Medical Devices sector (essential).
• An understanding /experience of the working requirements of ISO 13485 & other international and/or regulatory standards (essential).
• Excellent attention to detail with the ability to work across functionally across the business, as well as suppliers & customers.
• Excellent oral & written communication skills, and ability to communicate/present at different levels of the business.
• Good IT skills and knowledge of MS Office [inc. word; excel; powerpoint]
• Able to work independently & prioritise workload in-line with business requirements.
• Internal Auditing experience (desirable).



PERSONAL QUALITIES:
• Ability to work under pressure, and prioritise workload
• Willingness to learn, develop and undertaken challenges in line with business needs
• Dedicated, focused and committed, with a friendly & helpful demeanour
• Flexible approach to working additional hours in line with business needs

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