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Data Input Administrator - Days
Permanent (Full time)
Warehouse Data Input Administrator - PERMANENT ROLE - up to £20,000pa
Are you a Warehouse Administrator and looking for a new exciting challenge?
Our client a leading National Logistics company, looking for a Warehouse Data Input Administrator to join our team at our site based out of Birmingham.
Up to £20,000 pa + Benefits
Working day shifts any 5 out of 7 on a Rotating shift pattern
Contracted to 35 Hours per week
25 days Holiday & Pension scheme
As a Warehouse Data Input Administrator, you will be using the in-house stock control system to collate, record & report on activity for the different departments within the operation, using your experience within a similar warehouse/transport administration role to support service level agreements to our customers
You will be responsible for all the literature & leaflets on-site, monitoring stock levels and ordering these as required alongside taking ownership of all office ordering for replacement, repairs, maintenance of site equipment, stationery and consumables
Duties and responsibilities:
Collecting, recording and reporting all Managed Information Systems data in reference to throughput and volumes for all Departments
Use tools available to collect data such as ANPR and completed paper-based pro-forma’s for Performance Tracking purposes
Monitor and order replacement Key Messages Cards and leaflets
Support Covid-19 required measures
Monitor and order replacement, repairs, maintenance of site equipment, stationery, consumables, etc.
Dealing with admin queries
Ensure that stock availability and service levels are monitored to the requirements of the customer
Have accountability for recording and producing accurate data in a timely manner and all issues arising are acted upon
Ensure department operates in line with all company and customer procedures and requirements relating to Health and Safety
Escalate issues that are likely to affect the performance of the department the site or relationship with the customer to the Duty ManagerExperience & Qualifications
Must have 6 months experience as an Administrator, preferably within logistics or warehousing.
Must have good numerical, analytical skills & an acute attention to detail
Must have excellent communicating skills both verbal and written.
Must have experience of stock management & sound knowledge of stock control systems would be highly desirable
Strong IT skills & systems knowledge required
Must be able to work proactively on independent tasks & deliver projects as part of team
Driven by continual improvement and high personal standardsSecurity clearance will need to be gained and therefore vigorous pre employment vetting will form part of the recruitment process