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    Warehouse Supervisor

    Blanchardstown, Dublin, Ireland
    Career Level
    Employment Type, Work Type
    Full time
    Publishing Date, ID-Nr.
    , 310176

    Your tasks

    Join our team as VADs Supervisor!
    Hours: 0700 - 1530
    Location: Ballycoolin
    What You Will Be Doing
    • Ensure morning inspections are completed using IAuditor for all Vehicles / Vans / Trucks before usage.
    • Manage emails to ensure receipt of respective load plans and CMR reports, printing them out in the morning for the VAD's team.
    • Provide direction and motivation to the VAD's team to achieve operational goals.
    • Organize teams according to routes and delivery schedules.
    • Ensure racks are loaded according to weight allocation based on load plans received from CT.
    • Supervise and coordinate daily activities of the VAD's team to ensure the highest level of customer service and meet required service levels at both the warehouse and Data Centers.
    • Coordinate scheduling of daily rack deliveries.
    • Communicate daily with customers within the Data centers.
    • Collaborate with Data center staff to monitor and ensure procedural task execution meets required standards.
    • Mentor and coach the team to maximize performance potential.
    • Perform performance management tasks, including setting goals and objectives, conducting performance appraisals, and addressing disciplinary issues.


    About You
    • Dedicated to customer satisfaction with a minimum of 3 years' experience in logistics within a large organization.
    • Strong organizational and planning abilities.
    • Proficient in people management, capable of motivating, resolving conflicts, and coaching staff for development.
    • Effective performance under pressure.
    • Proficiency in IT, including Microsoft Office products and Warehouse Management systems.
    • Exceptional communication skills, demonstrating patience and enthusiasm.
    • Flexible and proactive with a "Can-do" attitude.
    • Ideally possessing a relevant qualification.

    What We Offer
    • Career paths and development opportunities
    • 20 days holiday plus 1 for your birthday
    • Pension scheme with up to 5% employer contribution
    • Education support
    • Sick pay
    • An extensive well-being programme
    • Online training
    • Bike-to-work scheme
    • Maternity pay and parental leave
    • Discount scheme
    Next Steps
    Interested in joining our dynamic team? Apply now by following the links and attaching your CV as soon as possible. Please note that we may begin reviewing applications before the job advert expires.
    At DB Schenker, we celebrate the diversity of our workforce and are committed to further enhancing it. We warmly welcome applications from individuals of all genders, ages, abilities, nationalities, religions, and sexual orientations.
    Please be aware that candidates will undergo necessary right-to-work checks for the UK/Ireland, a 5-year referencing process, and a criminal records check.


    Bike to Work Scheme, Health Insurance, Pension Contributions, Professional Development, Work-life Balance

    Our offer

    At DB Schenker, you are part of a global logistics network that connects the world. A network that allows you to shape your career by encouraging you to contribute and truly make a difference. With more than 76,000 colleagues worldwide, we welcome diversity and thrive on individual backgrounds, perspectives and skills. Together as one team, we are Here to move.

    As a Supervisor, you will play a crucial role in operational support by managing daily business activities to uphold DB Schenker's Health & Safety values. You will oversee operations workflow to maintain quality and cost standards, while also providing essential people management through coaching team members. Additionally, your skills in negotiation and issue resolution will be vital as you serve as a key link between employees and upper management.


    Schenker Ireland Ltd. is an equal opportunities employer.

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