What is the role of Supply Chain Co-ordinator at ForFarmers?
Reporting to the Operations Manager, you will be responsible for maintaining the administration for the department in a timely, controlled and structured manner.
Key responsibilities and duties of the role include:
- Management of site based P2P, managing discipline of system including Capex P2P.
- Reporting OTIF results.
- Monitoring OTIF , managing actions to resolve issues
- Reporting tier info to the site
- Managing booking of meeting room.
- Manage and purchase relevant stationery/office consumables.
- Completing monthly SMR report
- Completing KPI portal data entry
- To support the operation of the weighbridge during day to day peaks and holidays, ensuring compliance with all company requirements
The successful candidate will have:
- Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office, including Project, Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
- Proven track record of providing administrative support.
- Excellent team player.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
What are the benefits of working for ForFarmers UK?
- Employee Assistance Programme (offering support on a range of topics).
- Private Medical Insurance.
- Options to enhance your pension after 12 months service (increased employer contributions).
- Opportunities to grow personally and develop within the business.
- Cycle to work scheme.
- B&Q Trade card offering 10% discounts in-store and online.
- And much more!
Are you the Supply Chain Co-ordinator Lead we are looking for?
If so, please send your CV with a covering letter through this link (or through the ‘apply’ button).
Want to know a little more about ForFarmers?
Do you ever stop to wonder where your Sunday morning poached egg came from? Or the milk in your café latte? Or what about the sausage and bacon served with full English? It will come as no surprise to you that the animals which produce these products need to eat themselves too. And that’s where ForFarmers comes into the equation. ForFarmers produces feed for cattle, pigs and poultry in both conventional and organic livestock farming. And that probably sounds a great deal simpler than it actually is. Make no mistake: an awful lot of knowledge, research and innovation has gone into one of those seemingly simple-looking chunks of animal feed. And these are the kind of things we, as a company, invest a great deal in.