ROLE OVERVIEW

 

Owning and developing a Supply Chain environment, which puts our customer at the centre of what we do and delivers the activities required to support the businesses trading requirements and strategic goals.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • To be wholly responsible for the provision of an end to end physical supply chain capable of meeting the demands of the business in a cost-effective manner.
  • To own and drive an operation fully compliant with Health and Safety requirements and within the safety of our staff a paramount consideration at all times.
  • To agree and drive key performance indicators to ensure the Supply Chain operation is performing as required. To ensure SLA targets are met with internal and external customers and to review and drive performance metrics to support operational stretch and planning considerations.
  • To represent the supply chain function within the organisation, develop strong relationships with other departmental leaders and to effectively communicate between peers and the Operating board / shareholders. To act as a Subject Matter Expert when determining tactical and strategic priorities and engaging with internal and external development programmes.
  • Through the wider engagement with the business and Operating board, develop a 5-year physical supply chain strategy that ensures that the businesses growth demands are achieved.
  • To fully own the operating budget and Capital Expenditure for the Physical Supply Chain. Ensuring strong compliance to the budget and also identifying opportunities and risks, clearly and effectively communicated. In driving new ways of working and through continual improvement, set out to improve the overall operating cost per unit.
  • To lead by example for the Supply Chain function and the wider business in all internal and external engagements. Provide direction and set the vision for the function. Encourage, lead and develop high potential within the team.
  • To ensure effective preparation for key trading events, coordinating the required information from the wider business with the demands of the physical operation. Highlighting as appropriate key areas of challenge for discussion and joined up decision making
  • Own and maintain key third-party relationships to ensure that our service providers deliver a service in line with agreed SLAs, at an acceptable cost.

 

SKILLS & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

  • 3 years+ Experience of being fully accountable / leading a Supply Chain or Logistics function within a reputable business
  • 5 years+ of senior management within a supply chain or logistics function for a Multichannel business
  • Deep understanding of warehouse and transport operations to enable effective oversight and quick identification of challenge / opportunities
  • Customer centric approach and ability to demonstrate the customer being central to decision making
  • Commercially astute, key budget holder responsibilities and able to demonstrate strong cost management
  • Ability to act as Subject Matter Expert on physical Supply Chain within Beavertown
  • Change and Programme Leadership experience, demonstrating sound knowledge of governance and an ability to deliver projects on time and to budget
  • Experience of operating in a seasonal environment
  • Understanding of international movements and supplier management and compliance
  • A natural agitator and driver of change to constantly challenge the operation and the wider business
  • Well-developed network and knowledge of the industry to ensure best practice is maintained and to ensure that Beavertown remains competitive
  • Strong stakeholder management skills, effective communication and able to build relationships in a matrix style
  • Natural leader, good empathy and engagement skills and an ability to coach and mentor the Supply Chain team
  • Ability to determine when to be engaged in the detail and when to remain at a high level to ensure effective decision making and escalation
  • Effective at balancing short- and longer-term priorities
  • Highly numerate

 

If you’re interested, send your CV, salary expectations, notice period and a little bit about why you think you’re suitable for the role to: recruitment@beavertownbrewery.co.uk