Workshop Manager – Ash Projects

Workshop Manager

Job Type: Full-time, Permanent/Flexible

Inventory Management:

Standardising procedures and developing performance management systems to enable best practice to be shared throughout the organisation

Update and maintain the IMS to provide accurate inventory records, weekly/monthly/annual stock takes/stock counts and any discretionary /ad hoc stock takes.

Performing periodic stock counts in line with requests from Project Management & Finance. Adding/tracking stock levels into the inventory management system, booking out hardware for onsite Techs

Ensure consistent acceptable quality of products entering the warehouse, ensure packaging and counts are managed and defects are reported to the Project Management team

Logistics – collections, returns & distribution:

Develop and manage a small team of operatives and drivers who will assist the Field Service team to ensure all hardware is distributed and allocated correctly

Deliver a high level of accuracy in delivery (to schedule) and performance from the warehouse in Health & Safety, Quality, Cost and Delivery

Ensure all hardware is packed, wrapped, labelled correctly for distribution

Assist Business Development in providing logistics costings for current and ongoing projects

General duties:

General housekeeping, ensuring that the warehouse, loading bay, goods inwards and external areas of the building are maintained and kept in an orderly manner

Management of the warehouse to supply accurate storage and order processing

Lifting heavy objects will be required

Comply with all Health and Safety requirements within the warehouse

Provide a first -class service and priority to customers collecting goods, excellent customer service is required

Maintain inbound and outbound records in compliance with ISO9001 certification

Experience required to perform role: –

Experience (but not essential) in using inventory management systems (IMS) & MS office packages (Excel, Word, Outlook)

Experience managing fast-paced Warehouse operations.

Demonstrates leadership skills – Must be a self-starter, enthusiastic and an effective communicator to build and lead a successful team

Workshop policies, health and safety procedures and protocols are followed by you and the wider team.

Ability to co-ordinate and delegate within a team whilst remaining operationally hands on, with the capability to co-ordinate daily activities

Methodical and able to demonstrate and ability to manage and prioritise workloads and tasks

Must be conscientious in checking incoming and outgoing orders

Trustworthy as the candidate will need to work independently and on their own initiative

Workshop Manager may be required to work weekends on an occasional basis.

Full driving licence is required.

To apply, please email your CV and cover letter to

Please, add “as seen on Holmfirth.Info” within your application.

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