About the job

Pick Wave Planner
Upto £28,000 PA (+20% Shift Allowance for Nights)  
4 on 4 off (Days and Nights) 06:00 – 18:30 / 18:00 – 06:30


The Pick Wave Planner is responsible for controlling the release of workload from the WMS into the operation to ensure efficiency and capacity are effectively managed to maintain the smooth flow of workload to meet customer demand. The successful candidate will report to the Operations Manager.


The Candidate

  • Experience in a similar role Inc. wave planning/batch planning
  • Experience within an automated distribution centre or similar site (Desirable)
  • Manhattan or other WMS experience/knowledge
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Excellent communications skills, both written & verbal
  • PC literate, with the ability & willingness to learn & become expert in new systems
  • Intermediate to Advanced Excel skills
  • Good problem-solving skills
  • Ability to build and maintain relationships with colleagues & stakeholders


The Role

  • Allocate and release workload for orders
  • Liaising with the senior operational team to ensure functionality of the DC to achieve service level agreements and operational targets
  • Ensuring aged and outstanding picks are minimised
  • Effective handovers to oncoming team
  • Analyse and prepare documents for Operations team
  • Identifying operational improvement opportunities


The Company

Proman acts as an employment agency for permanent staff and an employment business for temporary workers. We recruit for roles based in Engineering, Technical, Warehousing, Manufacturing, Office, Logistics and Industrial.

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