Supply Chain Assistant

NHS

Supply Chain Assistant

£22720

NHS, Aberystwyth, Sir Ceredigion - Ceredigion

  • Full time
  • Permanent
  • Onsite working

Posted 1 week ago, 15 May | Get your application in now before you're too late!

Closing date: Closing date not specified

job Ref: 50af2a94c8d14643be6ad4403fd1e740

Full Job Description

The successful candidate will work as a member of a very busy team involved with the receipting, picking and packing of stock items, barcoding and delivery of stock to wards and departments throughout the hospital. Unloading of lorries, yearly stock take and general stores duties.

The post will involve coverage of a large area around the hospital and it will involve a lot of walking.

Main duties of the job

Exchange information both internally and externally with staff and suppliers regarding deliveries, including delivery times and damaged goods. "Book in" goods via the Oracle FMS system.

Ensure correct rotation and storage of goods (where applicable). Assist in stocktaking when requested.

Carry out day to day cleaning and general care of all store's equipment.

To liaise with hospital personnel at R/D/delivery points and ensure all documentation is signed and completed as appropriate. Providing and receiving routine information orally and/or in writing, to inform Customers and work colleagues.

The ability to speak Welsh is desirable for this role; Welsh and/or English speakers are equally welcome to apply.

We have high standards and expect everyone to embrace our values of Listening & Learning, Working Together, Taking Responsibility & Innovating, whilst ensuring trust, honesty and compassion are implicit in everything that we do. We are adaptable, agile and flexible and pride ourselves on being a learning organisation - one where it is safe to make mistakes, where blame is replaced by opportunity, learning and improvement. Innovation is built into everything that we do. We recognise our people regularly and have an Appreciation Station, to encourage staff to applaud exemplary behaviour in one another, alongside an Annual Staff Recognition Award ceremony aligned to our values. We respect and value our people and strive for a culture of compassion and inclusivity. We are a bilingual organisation, and we have a team of Change Champions who advocate 'This is Our NWSSP' our principal change programme. Similarly, PROUD is our new staff network welcoming LGBT+ colleagues and allies to
come together in a safe space for discussions, event planning and the opportunity to build supportive networks. We have a comprehensive benefits package where there is something for everyone, supporting health, engagement and wellbeing and includes an Employee Assistance Programme. We have over 30 Mental Health First Aiders and work in partnership with local and national organisations to ensure the well-being and resilience of our people.