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Attractive salary plus great benefits such as:
- Bonus scheme
- Cycle to work scheme
- 24 days annual leave plus bank holidays and 25 in 2023, plus each year you will have the option to buy and sell leave
- Enhanced maternity and paternity leave
- Employee Support to include Life Assurance and critical illness pay
- 24/7 Colleague Assistance Programme and Financial Wellbeing Support – access to affordable loans, savings accounts, advanced earned pay, and financial education via salary finance
- Online savings- major retailers, utilities, entertainment plus many more
About our opportunity:
Are you currently clock watching? Struggling for things to do to pass the time in your role. Then it sounds like you're ready for a new challenge!
Our Stores Planner role is to drive profitability through improvement in process stability and quality of products. You would monitor process performance, flagging deviations, capturing and documenting learning. Develop workforce skills through the capture of best practices and training.
What you will be doing:
You will be the link for coordinating internal and external stakeholders to achieve set time scales and support to meet set production goals, budgets and KPIs.
Your store's experience would mean you could maintain stores and determine correct stock levels, issue and receipt goods, plan workloads against set tasks and report through KPIs. Your role would also involve producing and allocating scheduled maintenance tasks, updating the maintenance system, issuing POs and maintaining key spares by running the Kanban system. You would participate in continuous improvement initiatives and new plant introduction, communicate with engineering and contractors and monitor plant and machinery performance.
You will have experience working in stores planning and coordination and will be able to operate an ERP/MRP system.
You'll have the ability to communicate to stakeholders at all levels with good computer and data analysis skills.
Who we are?
European Metal Recycling is a global leader in sustainable materials with physical operations in the UK, USA, Germany and the Netherlands. Our core business is the recycling of metal and plastics from a range of public, commercial and industrial waste streams. Our recycling activities generate around 10 million tonnes of sustainable materials every year, saving over 10 million tonnes of CO2 compared to using virgin alternatives.
As a world-leading metal recycler, our mission is to have great people serving our customers with dependable recycling solutions. EMR is still privately owned, with family values at its core. It’s a place where we care about our people, our customers, our workplace and our communities. We offer diverse and exciting career opportunities where individuals can make a difference and are recognised and rewarded for their hard work.
Find out more about us at www.emrgroup.com
Due to the nature of the role, a financial and DBS background check is also required, at the employer’s expense.
EMR Group and its subsidiaries are committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce. We pride ourselves on being an equal opportunities employer, and value applications from all backgrounds, cultures and ability.