|Title||Goods In Assistant – Furniture and Luxury Goods, London|
|Salary||£22,000 to £24,000|
This company designs architecturally inspired furniture, lighting, upholstery and textiles, each one hand made by traditional British craftsmen. Often featured in the design press, their clients include top international decorators, hotels, restaurants and high profile retail customers.
Their Battersea distribution centre plays an important part in their production and delivery processes. This is where every item is delivered from workshops around Britain and carefully checked and photographed. Once an order has passed their QC checks it is ready for careful packing and shipping to addresses all over the UK, Europe and North America.
It is for this department that are now looking to recruit a new Goods In Assistant. Working with the QC Manager, this role will allow an opportunity to take on additional responsibilities as their Logistics operation and team grows in line with the rest of the business.
Duties and Responsibilities will include: preparing weekly goods-in reports; liaising with Production Managers about when orders are on track and ready; organising cost and time effective pick-ups from workshop; ensuring delivery notes are correct; unwrapping orders and co-ordinating returns for repairs; checking items for damage; ensuring there are drawings and samples of bespoke / custom orders; photographing every order and uploading images to the server; checking no parts are missing and logging QC results; managing stock management system, adding stock to inventory; managing and moving stock as required and packaging of lighting orders; keeping the Warehouse tidy; ensuring everything leaving has a signed collection note.
With a genuine interest in furniture and an appreciation for the luxury marketplace you’ll need good IT skills to include Microsoft Office and stock management systems. You’ll be flexible, self-motivated and keen to progress with great communication skills and also be an effective team player. Close attention to detail will be a prerequisite.
Salary is in the range of £22,000 to £24,000. If this job opening sounds of interest please contact Pippa Baker on 01920 486125 for further details, or simply forward your application and CV / portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org.