Warehouse, Logistics and Maintenance Coordinator

  • Job Reference: Warehouse Op
  • Date Posted: 12 February 2024
  • Employer: Northern Gas Networks
  • Location: Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Salary: £32,132
  • Sector: Operations
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Warehouse, Logistics and Maintenance Coordinator

Salary £32,132.00 per annum + opportunity to take part in Warehouse Incentive scheme

Permanent full-time role

Located at our depot in Washington

We have two exciting permanent opportunities for Warehouse, Logistics and Maintenance Coordinators to join our team in the Washington depot of Northern Gas Networks.

Our Warehouse, Logistics and Maintenance Coordinators will contribute to a wide range of areas within our business so the implementation of our new technology in the warehouse is a key part of the role.  You will need to utilise your IT skills and acumen as well as possessing strong administrative and interpersonal skills.

You will contribute to a cost effective, customer focused service with health and safety being of paramount importance.  You will be expected to take responsibility for moving items of stock in and out of the stores and repair and maintain our plant equipment.  Alongside this your knowledge of SAP will ensure our success within the stores where you can ensure that the safe and efficient receipt, storage, and dispatch of our warehouse equipment is delivered, accounted for, and maintained accurately.

You will assist us by continually striving to improve productivity and cost saving opportunities so that objectives are met without compromising our customers or the safe performance of our equipment for the teams across the network.

Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities

  • Responsibility for the delivery and collection of both inward and outward stock movement whilst maintaining accuracy of the recording of stock on the relevant electronic systems before it leaves the warehouse to feed into the business operations
  • Ensuring that the delivery and collection of stock is carefully and accurately monitored in line with stock levels and check the accuracy of all incoming and outgoing stock by ensuring the system is up to date
  • Operating and repairing where appropriate, mechanical lifting and handling equipment, tools and other equipment in a safe and competent manner ensuring that all equipment and tools are correctly maintained and stored, e.g., mini excavator, pneumatic tools etc
  • Ensuring the repair and maintenance of equipment for operatives and departments within NGN, providing a service whereby teams and individuals will be provided with compliant equipment that is fit for purpose in accordance with relevant HSE Legislation, Company Standards and Codes of Practice
  • Work in collaboration with onsite customer teams and managers to ensure the correct documentation and ordering processes are followed in line with the relevant electronic stock systems, ensuring accurate records for all inward and outward inventory movements
  • You will take ownership and be solely responsible for any discrepancies that arise within the electronic stock system
  • Carry out driving duties as part of the role to deliver pick up equipment and tools and provide support at other Warehouses

    What we are looking for

  • Current full Driving Licence
  • IT Skills competent in using Excel, Word, and Outlook
  • Experience in service, calibration, maintenance of plant and equipment (Not essential training will be provided)
  • Experience of using MRP, warehousing systems and SAP (Training on SAP 4 will be provided)
  • Possession of a current Gas Network Safety Passport or equivalent (Not essential training will be provided)
  • Telehandler license (Not essential training will be provided)
  • Trailer/Towing license (parts B/E on license not essential training will be provided)

    What we offer you

  • A competitive salary of £32,132 per annum
  • An opportunity to take part in Warehouse Incentive scheme
  • 41.25hrs per week, 8.25 hrs per Day (7.30am – 16.15 with half hour lunch break)
  • 25 days annual leave (plus recognised bank holidays and 2 half days over the Christmas period)
  • SSP for first 7 calendar days then occupational sick pay
  • A generous stakeholder 5/10 pension scheme
  • Free onsite parking
  • Flexible benefits and salary sacrifice options... from discounts on a variety of UK attractions, gym membership, restaurant discounts, experience days...and exclusive NGN discounts and much more!
  • An array of fantastic family- friendly policies such as 6 weeks’ paternity leave (for eligible employees) and 6 months’ full pay for employees on maternity leave (for eligible employees), as well as shared parental leave and many more.

We are ... Northern Gas Networks.  We deliver gas to 2.7 million homes and businesses in the North East, Northern Cumbria and much of Yorkshire. That’s around 6.7million individual customers.  We don’t generate or sell the gas, but we transport it to homes and businesses in our region through a vast network of underground pipes.  In fact, we own and maintain more than 37,000km of gas pipes - enough to stretch from Leeds to Sydney and back again.  We cover large cities like Newcastle, Sunderland, Leeds, York, Hull, and Bradford, and our work extends to rural areas like North Yorkshire and Cumbria. 

Our Values are at the heart of what we do. In addition to your key responsibilities, you will incorporate these into the daily life of your role.  We are … Trailblazing, Empowered, Heartfelt, Community Focused, Intellectually Curious and most of all we are Happy!

Our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion culture at NGN is embedded in everything that we do. We will be delighted to hear from a diverse range of applicants, so we can continue to grow our great team of people.  We are proud to support the Armed Forces Covenant, helping ex-services personnel back into employment, as well as being members of WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) and we are committed to delivering our ‘Opportunity Action Plan’ having signed the Social Mobility Pledge campaign, whereby we will establish our business as a ‘force for good’ in the communities that we serve.

Next Steps.  Please apply by clicking apply and uploading your CV.  We love to see how your experience and skills are transferable to this role so please ensure these are all included in your application. Once the advert has closed, we will be in contact within one week to let you know if you have progressed to the next stage. We are looking to hold interviews for this role throughout February.  We look forward to receiving your application for the role.  Due to the high number of applications, we may look to close the advertising of this role early.

If you require adjustments to support you throughout the recruitment process, we want to hear about how we can help. Any applicant that requires reasonable adjustments from initial application through to interview are asked to contact the Recruitment Team at NGNCareers@northerngas.co.uk