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Transport Manager / Supply Chain Manager, Dagenham

Job Description

Applications are invited for a Transport Manager to work at our ReFood Dagenham site. This is a full time, permanent position.
As a Transport Manager your duties and responsibilities will vary based on the Company’s requirements but will include:

• Managing c.45 employees/drivers to achieve daily collections and deliver KPI’s.
• Managing the raw material supply chain – co-ordinating supplies with customers and internal personnel.
• Ensuring the efficient running of the Company’s collection services.
• Planning efficient operation of the vehicle fleet, ensuring vehicle utilisation is maximised and service levels maintained.
• Ensuring compliance with company procedures and statutory obligations for vehicle operations, health & safety and other legislation.
• Recruitment, management and development of drivers.
• Maintaining driver records and drivers hours in line with EU Road Haulage Legislation.
• Preparing vehicle KPI’s in line with ReFood requirements.
• Managing site compliance and general administrative duties.

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  • Good formal education
  • Transport operations qualifications (CPC National/International or equivalent)
  • Previous experience in managing transport/supply chain operations
  • Knowledge of the food waste recycling services
  • Strong communication and leadership skills, an ability to balance conflicting demands
  • Good knowledge of transport regulations
  • Ability to work under pressure in an ever changing environment
  • Good IT skills, including MS Word and Excel
  • Committed, reliable and flexible team player
  • Ability to prioritise workload to ensure tasks are completed in a timely manner
  • Full UK Driving License




Competitive pay and benefits

To Apply

Please apply in writing (copying your Manager) with your CV to HR Department, Ings Road, Doncaster, DN5 9TL or email recruitment@saria.co.uk

Closing Date

13th January 2020

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