We have expertise across all aspects of logistics operations and as such, can provide our clients with support across all levels and types of roles. Alongside this we can offer a range of career opportunities within logistics to our candidates.
The types of roles we recruit for include:
Lead Logistics Engineer (ILS Engineer)
£50000 - £60000 per annum
A fantastic opportunity for a Lead Logistics Engineer to join a leading organisation to support the design, development and support planning aspects of Major proposal activities. Key Responsibilities of the Lead Logistics Engineer; Provide ILS support to proposal activities. Develop support solutions for potential new programmes. Review and support ILS functional Requirements Develop and deliver training strategies in relations to supporting proposal work. Support Logistics Modelling activities. Develop the ILS artefacts and analysis required for a proposal environment. Provide support to supportability architect for requirements acceptance and engineering change. All work to be carried out in accordance with Environment, Safety and Health (ESH) regulations. Carry out any reasonable activities as requested in support of the Maritime Support organisational objectives Provide Logistics Engineering support to other areas of the business. Personal Specification of the Lead Logistics Engineer; Working knowledge of all the ILS disciplines within a proposal environment. Experience performing support analysis on equipment and systems. Knowledge of MoD ILS standards. Knowledge and experience of providing support related inputs to bids and proposals. Previous experience in a maritime bid environment. Degree qualified or equivalent. Excellent communication & stakeholder management skills Able to work under pressure and to set deadlines. This role would also suit you if you have held a role as a ILS Engineer, Logistics Engineer, Senior Logistics Engineer.
Head of Operations & Logistics
£45000 - £60000 per annum
Head of Operations & Logistics An exciting opportunity has arisen to join a rapidly expanding Retail business who are looking to appoint a Head of Operations and Logistics to their busy Logistics and Distribution team. This role will be managing all strategies across two sites, implementing LEAN principals and a continuous improvement approach. This role will be looking after senior management and all operational activities, so the right person will have experience in Operational Management, Distribution, and Logistics at a very senior level. This role would suit a Logistics Director, Head of Logistics, Operations Director, Head of Operations, Head of Distribution and other senior role titles in these areas Key Responsibilities of the Head of Operations & Logistics Overall control of Site Operations, Managing Returns and Stock Control Management Teams Provide motivation, training, coaching and support to fully develop your team Strong performance in onboarding, performance management and absence management Decision making in all areas Responsible for a budget covering 2 main distribution centres of circa £8 million per annum Overall responsibility for distribution of £60 million of sales and an average stock holding of £8 million Deploy solutions to increase profitability by reviewing all existing budget spend (equipment, headcount, storage, distribution partners, packaging and automation) Striving for a lean distribution model Report operational performance to the Board of Directors Personal Specification of the Head of Operations & Logistics Previous experience in a Senior operational role managing large budgets Strong Systems experience Retail/Distribution Industry experience in a medium-large company. Salary: Up to £60,000 + Bonus and attractive benefits package This role would suit a Logistics Director, Head of Logistics, Operations Director, Head of Operations, Head of Distribution and other senior role titles in these areas.
Customs Logistics Controller
£34000 - £38000 per annum
A great opportunity for a Customs Logistics Controller to join a leading organisation to be responsible for managing the clearance of goods, ensuring full compliance and to effectively manage all duties and tax waiving schemes related to distribution and manufacturing. Key Responsibilities of the Customs Logistics Controller; Allow HMRC Officers access to the Warehouses, the Goods and their records. Work with external warehousing partners to monitor and report daily consumption and Customs inventory consumption. Ensure that border crossing shipments comply with the rules and regulations of Customs authorities. Manage daily operational issues related to Customs compliance. Monitor import, Customs warehouse and export entries. Support and execute regulatory compliance audits. Remain current on laws, regulation and practices effecting Customs compliance. Support and help develop a trade compliance business model and management processes. Control all inbound plant shipments ensuring all documentation complies with statutory customs regulations. Manage the UK customs Duty and VAT processes for the plant in corporation with the EMEA and global teams. Ensure that all customs regulations and procedures are adhered to and all timelines and deadlines are met. Help complete and maintain all paperwork required for the AEO application regarding customs in a timely and accurate fashion. Work with transportation companies to ensure operational efficiency. Create and maintain system-based analysis and statistics, developing reports for data validation. Support the team in publishing regular KPIs and Dashboards. Maintain and run KPI's to accurately measure and report on Customs compliance Ensure that all weekly, monthly and quarterly reports to customs are issued timely and accurately Personal Specification of the Customs Logistics Controller; Educated to Degree level or equivalent. Solid Customs Compliance experience. Logistics, Transport & Warehousing Experience. Experience within a manufacturing environment. Good working knowledge of MRP / ERP systems. Strong communication and influencing skills. Excellent numerical and analytical skills. This role will involve working afternoons / evenings Mon-Fri This role would suit a candidate who has held any of the following positions; Warehouse Manager, Export Manager, Shipping Manager, Trade Compliance Officer, Logistics Manager, Logistics Team Leader, Supply Chain Manager.
Customs & Compliance Manager
A great opportunity for an experienced Import / Export Shipping professional to join a leading manufacturing organsiation as a Customs & Compliance Manager. Key Responsibilities of the Customs & Compliance Manager; Define and manage the implementation of a programme to achieve Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) accreditation. Effectively manage the Customs import and export activity to ensure adherence with HMRC procedures and customers' instructions. Support the wider business and provide direction by being the in-house export / import expert. Define the appropriate Standard Operating Procedures aligned to AEO standard for all import and export activities including IPR. Constant review of all aspects related to Customs Clearance relevant to Brexit, thus ensuring adherence to Customs regulations. Manage awareness of procedural changes across all departments in relation to Custom Clearance procedures - post Brexit. Ensuring that all necessary Custom Clearance processes post Brexit are implemented accurately and on time. Manage all aspects of Inward Processing including liaising with HMRC and post Brexit amendments. Managing all customs and tariff projects, import/export control - Import and Export Declarations, Commercial Invoices, Commodity Codes, Certificate of Origins etc. including developing the necessary Standard Operating Procedures and audit reviews. Define the correct the rules and process to manage the Certificate of origin process. Implement the ISO type auditing structure and regular audit reviews are performed. Establish a method of valuation to use to value FOC goods and process to do so. Develop and provide monthly KPI reports on activity from the team. Develop the system to support the Customs process and automate where possible. Personal Specification of the Customs & Compliance Manager; Export / Import / Shipping experience is essential Knowledge of AEO is essential. Must have knowledge of Export Documentation / Letters of Credit / Incoterms. Degree qualified or equivalent. Excellent IT skills including MS Office. Strong communication skills Experience of Leading a small team. Self-motivated and able to work independently This role would be suitable for individuals with experience in Shipping, Export, Logistics, Import, Customs.