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  • Distribution Office Supervisor- The Hub Depot

    Closing Date:
    • Manchester
    • on application

    LWC Drinks Ltd provides licensed establishments with all of their bar and sundry supplies. LWC Drinks are more than just a distributor and at 24th place in the Sunday Times PWC Profit Track 100, they have become the fastest growing privately owned drinks company in Britain. Their aim is to provide the best customer service in the industry, as well as an impressive and extensive portfolio of products. Currently LWC Drinks employ over 700 people and they have 15 depots across the UK as well as a Support Centre and Hub distribution centre based in Openshaw, in Manchester.

    Job Title: Office Supervisor      (Distribution)                Reports To: Depot Manager

    Brief Overview

    The Distribution Office Supervisor will oversee all of the Hub office departments. Assisting in the Bond Warehouse as well as being hands on with all functions work.

    Core Duties:

    • Assisting withthe General bonded warehouse duties, including: purchase orders, goods in, day ends, exports, and balancing the bond weekly. Experience in this is not necessary as full training will be given on the ‘Bond System’
    • Supervising Sales Ledger - order entry, picking notes to delivery notes, confirming all delivery notes each week
    • Supervising General Credit Control including: debt collection, direct debits and cash sheet posting
    • Supervising Purchase Ledger to trial balance - Goods In, Receipt matching and Query prices & Overhead invoices
    • Assisting with own Brands production
    • Supervising Administration with in the office
    • Aspects of Month End including the weekly and daily reports, completing all C & E forms monthly, balancing all ledgers at month end
    • Stock Control assistance
    • Assisting the Depot Manager where required

     

    Key Skills:

    • Able to use own initiative and drive change/new ways of working
    • Excellent team work skills
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Able to work under pressure
    • Previous experience in a similar role is advantageous but not essential
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    Knowledge and Experience:

    • Supervisory/Management experience
    • Ledger experience
    • Proficient in Excel & Word
    • Strong numeracy and literacy skills
    • experience in working in a fast paced environment
    • Management/Leadership qualification (not essential)
    Full details
  • Assistant Management Accountant - Support Centre

    Closing Date:
    • Manchester
    • on application

    LWC Drinks Ltd provides licensed establishments with all of their bar and sundry supplies. LWC Drinks are more than just a distributor and at 24th place in the Sunday Times PWC Profit Track 100, they have become the fastest growing privately owned drinks company in Britain. Their aim is to provide the best customer service in the industry, as well as an impressive and extensive portfolio of products. Currently LWC Drinks employ over 700 people and they have 13 depots across the UK as well as a Support Centre and Hub distribution centre based in Openshaw, in Manchester.

    Job Title: Assistant Management Accountant       Reports To: Management Accountant

    Brief Overview

    The role of the Assistant Management Accountant is to provide Support to the Management Accountant in the Day to Day running of the Accounts Department. Processing, Recording and reviewing monthly account transactions.

    Core Payroll Duties (May include all or some of)

    • Production of Monthly Management Accounts and budget variance analysis.
    • Support depots on financial and accounting matters
    • Balance Sheet Reconciliations
    • KPI reporting and tracking financial information.
    • VAT Returns
    • Calculation of over riders (Rebates from Suppliers) due to each depot / Support Centre, also ensuring that all monies from suppliers are received.
    • Maintenance of the Fixed Asset Register and the calculation of depreciation for each cost centre.
    • Calculation of the Bad debt Provision for each depot./writing the bad debts off Debtors Ledger when appropriate and ensuring VAT reclaimed.
    • Inter Company Reconciliations & Appropriate journals.
    • Calculation of Duty due HMRC and reconciling payments made on our deferment statement.
    • Intrastat / EC Sales Reports to HMRC.
    • Accruals and Prepayments
    • Other ad-hoc duties as required

     

    Key Skills

    • Highly numerate and literate
    • Collaborative and able to work well with others
    • Hands on member of the team/leading by example
    • Excellent communication skills both internal and external
    • Have an energetic and proactive approach to your work and always seeking ways to improve systems and efficiencies

     

    Knowledge and Experience

    • Have excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Essential evidence of successful operation of processes, procedures and controls to deadlines
    • Have advanced excel skills
    • Study support will be provided if the candidate is studying towards ACCA/CIMA or equivalent.
    • Essential management accounts experience
    • Commercially aware
    Full details
  • Assistant Distribution Manager - South West

    Closing Date:
    • South West
    • on application

    LWC Drinks Ltd provides licensed establishments with all of their bar and sundry supplies. LWC Drinks are more than just a distributor and at 24th place in the Sunday Times PWC Profit Track 100, they have become the fastest growing privately owned drinks company in Britain. Their aim is to provide the best customer service in the industry, as well as an impressive and extensive portfolio of products. Currently LWC Drinks employ over 700 people and they have 15 depots across the UK as well as a Support Centre and Hub distribution centre based in Openshaw, in Manchester.

    Job Title: Distribution Assistant Manager          Reports To: Distribution/Depot Manager

    Brief Overview:

    The Distribution Assistant manager will be responsible for managing the day to day running of the warehouse, monitoring the quality, quantity, cost and efficiency of the movement and storage of goods, responsible for the line management of the staff within the distribution team including warehouse staff and transportation staff and ensuring that all delivery requirements for the depot are successfully met.

     

    Key Skills:

    • Processing answer phone, internet and on-line orders
    • Processing credit authorization and stickering PODs
    • Updating Route Sheets "as & when" required
    • Security checks on open/shut down of operation
    • Coordinating and controlling the order cycle and associated information systems
    • Maintaining effective stock management with Stock& Distribution Manager
    • Ensuring that products are dealt with efficiently in the warehouse and successfully get delivered to customers
    • To Control Goods In function
    • To control stock density and rotation
    • To control and implement a date checking system and out of date stock controls
    • To ensure that the Warehouse Bin/Bay locations are kept up to date
    • Maintain and control all ullage from reporting to returning to the supplier
    • To ensure all processes are followed and adhered to in regards loading/unloading, including checking of all loads, shrink wrapping and load security.
    • To ensure that all vehicle are secured within the warehouse at the end of each working day.
    • Security of fuel bunker site out of hours
    • Maintaining effective stock management
    • Manage Pre/Debriefing process including returns process, cash handling and POD processing.
    • Effectively cover the role of Stock control Manager & Distribution Manager in their absence
    • To Ensure company compliance with regards to Transport operations ensuring all records are maintained to a high standard.

     

    Knowledge and Experience:

    • Use of Microsoft Excel for spreadsheets and records
    • Good team work skills
    • Good Management and communication skills
    • Knowledge of Transport regulations and tachograph regulations preferred but not essential
    Full details
  • Flexi FLT Operator/Warehouse Operative - The Hub Depot

    Closing Date:
    • Manchester
    • on application

    LWC Drinks Ltd provides licensed establishments with all of their bar and sundry supplies. LWC Drinks are more than just a distributor and at 24th place in the Sunday Times PWC Profit Track 100, they have become the fastest growing privately owned drinks company in Britain. Their aim is to provide the best customer service in the industry, as well as an impressive and extensive portfolio of products. Currently LWC Drinks employ over 700 people and they have 15 depots across the UK as well as a Support Centre and Hub distribution centre based in Openshaw, in Manchester.

    Job Title: Flexi FLT Operator/Warehouse Operative                Reports To: Warehouse Supervisor

    Brief Overview

    Reporting directly to the Warehouse Supervisor, Warehouse & Distribution Manager and Depot Manager, the purpose of the Flexi FLT Operator/Warehouse Operative will be to complete tasks which assist the day to day running of the Warehouse, the up keep of the warehouse, the organisation of bin bay locations and to ensure correct storage of all products. The role is quite physical and the main requirements are case picking.

     

    Key Skills:

    • Adhering to good practice within the warehouse
    • Always being aware of possible stock shortages and informing the warehouse Supervisors or the  managers so that they can be ordered
    • Ensure that all new stock delivered must be put away ASAP; all stock must be put away in the correct bin-bay location and match the delivery note received
    • Responsible for correctly picking orders and placing in the correct location for deliveries
    • Assist in the monthly stock takes at weekends
    • Assist with stock audits on a weekly basis
    • Filling out the correct information on the out of date list, damaged stock list (write off sheet), and fork lift and pedestrian truck records
    • Ensure that you follow the correct health and safety procedures
    • Wear  the correct equipment for your job when on site, for example, safety boots, gloves, the correct high visibility vest
    • Being able to prioritise work loads
    • Flexible approach to working

     

    Knowledge and Experience:

    • Good team work skills
    • Good communication skills
    • Good product knowledge
    • Hold a Flexi/Bendi Forklift licence and a counter Balance/PPT is an advantage
    Full details
  • Category Revenue Manager - Support Centre

    Closing Date:
    • Manchester
    • on application

    LWC Drinks Ltd provides licensed establishments with all of their bar and sundry supplies. LWC Drinks are more than just a distributor and at 24th place in the Sunday Times PWC Profit Track 100, they have become the fastest growing privately owned drinks company in Britain. Their aim is to provide the best customer service in the industry, as well as an impressive and extensive portfolio of products. Currently LWC Drinks employ over 700 people and they have 15 depots across the UK as well as a Support Centre and Hub distribution centre based in Openshaw, in Manchester.

     

    Job Title: Category Revenue Manager              Reports To: Senior Management Team

    Brief Overview

    The primary aim of Revenue Management is selling the right product to the right customer at the right time for the right price and with the right pack. The essence of this discipline is in understanding customers' perception of product value and accurately aligning product prices, placement and availability with each customer segment

    Objectives of the job:

    To play an important role in the company's business growth by helping maximize revenue across all product categories.

    Core Duties:

    • Assist the Directors and senior management team in regular reviews of  the company's financial transactions, sales contracts and business practices.
    • Provide guidance for improvement, identify revenue control risk and develop and implement revenue control plans.
    • Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of revenue control plans.
    • Prepare Weekly/Monthly/Yearly revenue reports, as well as documentations of financial arrangements.
    • Working with the commercial team and members of the sales departments,  assist in customer negotiations to help the company achieve revenue objectives.
    • Work with and guide purchasing team on areas for improvement and provide reports for supplier meetings.
    • Monitor and ensure processes are followed by Sales Teams to maximise supplier agreements and highlight risks of failure.

    Key Skills:

    strong analytical, communication, multi-tasking, presentation and team work skills.

    Knowledge and Experience:

    • Accounting/Financing qualifications and/or mathematical qualifications and be able to demonstrate commercial awareness with previous experience or in a similar role.
    • Computer software skills  including Microsoft Excel and data mining applications.
    Full details