Seasonal Warehouse Assistant required from now until the end of November to work in the Garden Centre warehouse checking off incoming deliveries & preparing stock for the shop. Applicants must be physically fit and be used to using computers. Excellent spoken & written English are essential. Working week will be 37.5 hours, Monday to Friday, in a great out of town location with ample free parking. Quote STOCK on applications which should be emailed with current CV.
TITLE: Seasonal Warehouse Assistant
Reporting To: Warehouse Supervisor
Job Summary: To accurately Book In arriving goods into the Stock System. To record shortages and damages and follow up on these as required. To pick stock from the warehouse for outgoing deliveries and shop floor requirements and to assist in replenishing the shop floor. To keep the warehouse and general premises neat and tidy at all times.
- To marshal all unchecked off goods to the correct area prior to detailed checking off.
- To book in goods in a timely manner following the priorities set by the Warehouse Manager or other Management.
- To checked off the goods using the agreed procedures and printing out the required, paperwork liaising with the buyers as necessary to accept/reject any items not on the order.
- To raise stores claims for damages/short dates as required.
- To cross check the Goods Received Note against the deliver paperwork to identify any missing items (and re-check to ensure we have not received them).
- To apply prices to arriving goods as required.
- To follow instructions from the Warehouse Manager regarding whether checked off stock is to be put in the holding area for collection by the department, delivered to the department or put away in the agreed location in the stock.
- To advise the relevant department that the goods have been checked off and are available for collection.
- To be fully aware of the layout of the warehouse and what stock should be stored in what location.
- To ensure that the warehouse is always kept clean, tidy and well-ordered with escape routes kept free from obstacles.
- To ensure all arriving stock that is not to be taken direct to the retail areas is quickly stored in its agreed location with older stock being brought to the front and newer stock put to the back.