We're looking for a part-time Storeroom Controller
We help individuals and families in short term crisis, through the provision of emergency food supplies. We currently have a vacancy for a part-time (20 hours per week) Storeroom Controller. Experience as a stock-controller or as a store manager is required. The job involves lifting of heavy boxes with groceries and the applicant must hold a valid driving licence. We're offering a good rate of pay (thanks to our sponsor). If interested please send us your CV and a covering note via email to email@example.com Closing date 21st June.
Job Description: Storeroom Controller
Hours: Part-time position (twenty hours per week)
Rate of Pay: €9 per hour plus government bonus
Start Date: July 2019
Base: St Andrew’s House, 210 Old Bakery St, Valletta
Experience: Experience of working with stock storage systems
Understands the ethos behind food banks and sympathetic to the cause.
Understands the principal of stock rotation.
Good organisational skills.
Must hold a driving licence and be an experienced driver.
Able to work alone but also within a team.
Tasks: Working Hours Tuesday: 7.00 – 12.30,
Thursday 12.00 – 20.00
Friday: 7.00 – 12.30
1 extra hour to be worked as necessary.
Co-ordinate with Manager where food will be kept in store rooms.
Keep storerooms tidy.
Ensure items are stored by date order.
Ensure items are stored in an orderly manner.
Keep records of items in different storage facilities.
Ensure easy access to sored items.
Ensure shelves in Distribution Room stocked between shifts.
Stock Rotation in Distribution Room – ensure every item is stocked in date order.
Report Stock Shortages.
Receive deliveries on Thursday morning and store appropriately.
Work with volunteers to organise boxes for distribution centres.
Build up relationships with volunteers
Meet for 1 hour per week with Foodbank Manager.
Any other work occasionally deemed necessary by agreement with your line manager.
Line manager: The Foodbank Project Coordinator (Ross Yarnold)
Accountability: Board of Directors.