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AM Shift Manager

AM Shift Manager
£20,000 - £25,000

Our client is one of Europe's leading distribution companies with business interests in three main areas; Mail, Parcels and Logistics. They are an Express parcels carrier with a reputation for innovation in delivery processes dealing with the delivery of small to medium sized parcels and documents. Our client has a network of over 100 locations within the UK and employs over 600 employees.

An exciting opportunity has for an AM SHIFT MANAGER at our client's STOCKPORT location. You will be responsible for the morning Express Parcels operation, in particular ensuring that all collection and deliver rounds are covered and all freight is tendered for delivery. Your duties will include ensuring all mis-sorted freight is recorded, all freight with no identification is logged, that all damages are registered and making sure all delivery rounds are covered. In addition to managing a team of 8 Operatives you will also be responsible for ensuring the fleet of 35 drivers depart the depot at scheduled departure times and are able to meet all timed deliveries.

You must have previous experience within the EXPRESS PARCELS industry. Ideally you will also have supervisory experience. You will be an effective people manager and motivator of staff, be target and results orientated, have excellent communication skills and be self-motivated. You will also have the ability to work in a busy environment and be able to prioritize and organize a heavy workload. Lastly the ideal applicant will have a flexible approach to work.

Shifts are Monday Friday 5am 3pm / Occasional weekends


Job Type:Permanent
Location:- North West, Lancashire, Manchester
Benefits:20000-25000 Salary
Branch:Freight Personnel
Ref:33314 FP/13313/
Consultant:Andy Birchall
Tel: 0161 452 0452
Email: abirchall@freightpersonnel.co.uk
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