Intake and Despatch Section Leader

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England, Cambridgeshire
£23000 - £25000 per annum
28 Sep 2016
26 Oct 2016
Jason Kilbride
Contract Type
Full Time
Job title: Intake and Despatch Section Leader
Location: Cambridgeshire
Salary: £23,000- £25,000

Due to continued development our client is looking to appoint an experienced Intake and Despatch Section Leader. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to join a progressive business and contribute to the success of the supply chain. As a business they supply fresh produce to the major multiples and are one of the largest produce businesses in the UK.


*Responsible for staff supervision, allocating daily duties and ensuring all warehouse operations are supervised and completed on time and in full.

*Ensure that stock products are labelled correctly

*Working as a team to ensure the unloading/loading, picking, scanning, labelling, palletisation and paperwork of all materials meet the requirements

*Liaise with all management within the business to offer an excellent warehousing function.


*Experience of leading and managing people within either a fresh produce/FMCG/food manufacturing environment desirably warehouse management experience

*Experience in operating within a KPI's driven structure.

*Excellent planning and organisational skills

*Good all round communication skills.

If you believe you have the skills and personality to fit these requirements please get in touch with Jason Kilbride at or Camilla Hurley at or 07585669314 for more information.

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