Up to £25,000 DOE
Monday – Friday 0800 – 1600
Proman is currently working with a large e-Commerce business to appoint an experienced Despatch Supervisor.
Managing a team of up to 30 staff, the successful Despatch Supervisor will be responsible for ensuring that all customer and client deliveries are processed, dispatched, and meet the service level agreements in place for each service.
The successful Despatch Supervisor will have the following skills and attributes:
- Good supervisory skills with high level of focus, energy and drive
- Good computer skills and ability to work with 3rd party propriety systems
- Some experience working in a dispatch facility
- Implementing and promoting Health and Safety
- Resource Management including absence management, holiday management and working to a budget
- Excellent organisational skills
Principle Responsibilities will include:
- Management of flexible local dispatch teams of approximately 20-30 staff
- Managing queues of orders containing orders ready to be shipped
- Liaising with Procurement on sourcing of packaging materials, branded boxes, non-manufactured goods, and equipment for efficient operation of the section
- Reporting issues and concern to courier service providers
- Regular auditing and stock control of items within Despatch
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