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Warehouse Operative

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F135 Depot Multi-Use Warehouse (MUW)

We are looking to hire a dedicated Warehouse Operative to join our team. The Warehouse Operative is responsible for material handling within the Multi-Use Warehouse (MUW) and depot. The position reports to the Warehouse Manager, F135 Depot.

To succeed as the warehouse operative, you should be able to ensure the receiving, storage, dispensing and distribution of materials is carried out according to the required quality requirements and in a timely and efficient manner. Education within economics, logistics or engineering, with minimum of 2-3 years warehouse experience. Experience in the aerospace industry a plus. English, both written and verbal, a must. Must have a Class B drivers license. Class C1 and/or Lift Truck Operator licenses are a plus There is no requirement for certificate of apprenticeship (fagbrev) in this position.

Main Tasks:

Through training and customer requirements, the Warehouse Operative is responsible for a multitude of tasks, including, but not limited to updating fleet management and calibration systems, issuance and approval of CoCs and log cards

Perform stock counting, inventory control and spot checks in accordance with the relevant legislation

Utilize Best Practices while operating KAMS and/or customer-established ERP systems and relevant work processes

Perform internal distribution throughout KAMS or as required in customer contracts using the departments delivery vehiclesCorrect and efficient data-capturing and processing is important

Søkere må kunne sikkerhetsklareres for Hemmelig/NATO Secret.

Søknader vurderes fortløpende.

Arbeidssted: Rygge

Kontaktperson: Logistikksjef Hugo Hermansen, mobil 48883002

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