Purchasing and Logistics Administrator

Date:  04-Jan-2021
Posting End Date: 

Daventry, GB, NN11 8PH

Company:  AmegA Sciences Ltd


Purchasing and Logistics Administrator will provide an effective administrative support function to the Purchasing and Logistics department. The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to plan and prioritise workload in order to meet required deadlines and performance standards, who can display a high level of attention to detail to ensure administrative procedures are accurate and followed according to customer requirements and company specifications.
Has the ability to analyse problems in their specific work area and develop effective resolutions, with effective communication skills that allows the individual to communicate internally and externally, at all levels.

The Purchasing and Logistics Administrator will:

Dealing with all Packaging Waste & Recycling (incl: paper, zinc, aqueous, oil etc)
File and keep paperwork for waste licenses
Create and manage all documentation relating to purchase orders.
Investigate all queries relating to invoices/purchase.
Complete ICL reporting with QC monthly. 
Maintain monthly, Goods Received not yet invoiced report (GRNI).
Manage stationery stock including cartridges.
Input purchase invoices.
Check transport invoices including carriage report.
Communicate with third party suppliers & raise all relevant paperwork – Collating Works Orders, checking Cert. Numbers relevant to Production and send Relevant Works Orders together with correct Product Labels (ensuring CLP/ADR Compliance (Labelling Legislation and Road Transport Regulations)  to relevant 3rd Party Manufacturer
Provide Support to the Logistics Department during Peak Periods.
Assist with raising Call off orders for all Stock/Call off Accounts
Source and Cost UK Transport & arrange with most cost effective/suitable supplier ensuring all relevant ADR Documentation is completed correctly
Cost and arrange Export Freight sourcing most cost effective supplier.  Raising CMR’s, DGN’s, Container Certificates, Commercial Invoices and arranging Customs Entries.
Assist with CLP Labelling & ADR Reviews on Customer Accounts
Build and maintain effective working relationships between yourself and others both internally and externally, wherever appropriate.
Complete and maintain accurate, timely documentation and records as required by the business.
Undertake any other reasonable tasks or reasonable duties as required by your line manager.
Contribute to the continuous improvement of processes and practices operated by the Company.

Your profile

You should have sufficient knowledge and understanding of working in a similar transport role. Demonstrate a flexible attitude towards work and is able to respond to business priorities appropriately with the ability to support teams internally and externally, to ensure effectiveness in line with the needs of the business.

In addition, you bring the following qualifications:

General level of education GCSE or equivalent.
Basic Professional Qualifications in Administration and / or Logistics Administration

Performance Measures:

Quality of work (Internal / external feedback)
Attendance (HR records)
Safety (Health & Safety Records)
Housekeeping (Internal audits)
Personal development plan (Achievement against plan)

About ICL


ICL is a global specialty minerals and chemicals company operating potash, bromine and phosphate mineral value chains in a unique, integrated business model. ICL extracts raw materials from well-positioned mineral assets and utilizes technology and industrial know-how to add value for customers in key agricultural and industrial markets worldwide. ICL employs around 12.000 people worldwide and is active in many European countries. The European Headquarters are located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.   For more information, visit the company's global website www.icl-group.com