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Goods In Managers are responsible for managing the in-bound process of receiving goods and materials into a facility.
Average salaries are in the region of £22,000.00 to £40,000.00. Salaries will vary depending on location / employer
Goods In Managers are responsible for managing the in-bound process of receiving goods and materials into a facility.In the case of off-site construction, this is the receipt of the raw materials required for the manufacturing process.
Working as a Goods In Manager means receiving and registering materials to inspecting items for quality and quantity, ensuring that a variety of tasks are completed quickly and accurately by the team.
Goods In Managers work closely with suppliers and section staff to ensure all material arriving is in accordance with purchase order specifications.
Mainly office-based, this supervisory role would require some time spent on the factory floor and in the warehousing facility.
Salaries typically range depending on location and level of responsibility.
In a full-time position, Goods In Managers usually work between 36 and 45 hours per week. Shift work can be required and overtime may be necessary in order to meet deadlines.
You would normally move into this role after gaining relevant supervisory experience, whether by working through the ranks or moving into the role from a similar field.
Some prospective employers may prefer graduates while others will consider industry experience and personal qualities in preference to formal qualifications.
In terms of formal qualifications, the subjects studied can often be flexible, however, a degree, HND/HNC or foundation degree in fields such as management, business, IT or economics may be advantageous.
Some firms operate management trainee schemes for those who hold a foundation degree or a degree in a suitable subject. Trainees are able to enter the profession with limited industry experience and follow a structured career progression programme.
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The UK construction industry will need an additional 740 workers, within the category of ‘other construction process managers’ every year to meet demand from now until 2019, according to the latest Construction Skills Network research (LMI).
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