Livestock Administrative Supervisor in Helwith Bridge - Trinity Personnel

Job Overview

Helwith Bridge, England
Job Type
Full Time
Date Posted
3 days ago

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Job Description

We are currently recruiting a confident, professional Administrative Supervisor to work within a small team to document and control all livestock arrival to site and their associated documentation.
The main purpose of the role will be to speak with suppliers over the phone and face to face, dealing with queries and issues as they arise along with supporting Livestock Manager with all day to day office-based tasks.
Other duties will include co-ordinating invoices and payments to external suppliers and hauliers. Supporting the rest of the livestock team ensuring effective communication and training is in place.
Ensure that all Livestock are correctly registered and documented onto the booking in system
All Livestock passports are checked against the transit paperwork
Completing all product traceability precisely and correctly
Continuous contact with customers and ensure regular communication between your department and other required departmental managers
Attending to any departmental issues and addressed promptly, documented correctly and resolved efficiently
Raise invoices for payments to customers and email remittance
Reporting each week on cattle per buyer
Co-ordinating Haulage both internal and external
Supporting Livestock Manager in collating data and reports as required
Monitoring employees and organising workflows based on production plans and service levels
Attend team meetings, conduct Return to Work Meetings/ 1-2-1's, performance reviews and holiday scheduling for team
Train, Mentor and Develop new starters
Training staff on correct policies and procedures ensuring records are up to date
Ensuring team are wearing correct PPE and daily audit checks are conducted
Adhering to companies hygiene practices eg, 5s and GMP, ensuring any fabrication issues are reported to line manager to minimise downtime and risk to Health and Safety
Responsible for ensuring operations carried out in their area are in line with legislation, customer specification and site policy ensuring that product is produced safely and of high quality in line with HACCP principles
Reporting on KPIs
Key Attributes, Knowledge&Skills
Experience of operating in a similar role is desirable but not essential
Agricultural background/knowledge desirable but not essential
Excellent communication skills and able to communicate effectively within the department
Professional telephone manner
Computer literate
Can effectively work well within a team environment and under pressure
The ability to manage the day to day whilst challenging the norm in a positive and constructive mindset
In return, the company are offering
Permanent, secure employment
Starting salary of £25,000pa
Ongoing support and training


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