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Trainee Stock Controller

Customer Service 客戶服務

Customer Service/Receptionist

GCSE/Scottish Standard Grades A-Level Postgraduate or above 碩士或以上 Undergraduate or above 學士或以上 Intermediate apprenticeship 學徒

PSW 華語工作 Contract 合同制 Full-Time 全職 Internship 實習 Part-Time 兼職


Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

Are you looking to make a difference with a role in the NHS? \Would you like a step into a career in procurement? Are you organised and efficient get in touch We are looking for an adaptable assistant to provide an efficient, cost effective, timely and courteous Service to the wards and departments within Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (Trust). This exciting role guarantees no two days will be the same. This will include the management of stock to agreed levels, data input and processing of orders, liaison with customers, other procurement colleagues and NHS logistics. What youll be doing: Undertaking the data capture of orders using a handheld barcode reader, and transmission of these orders to the supplier via the Electronic Demand Capture (EDC) and Electronic Demand capture (EDC) Gold interface links with NHS Supply Chain. Liaising with Trust departmental staff regarding operation of EDC Gold. Being accountable for the timely input of data to ensure continuity of supply, as well as carrying out stock level reviews of Material Management products at ward/ department level, to include appropriate stock rotation and routine housekeeping. Providing receipt and distribution services, including unpacking and checking delivered items against delivery/order information, taking corrective action where necessary and maintaining audit records. Informing customers of any product changes or shortages and actively source alternatives. Assisting with high urgency product recalls following safety alerts as well as assisting with removal, return or disposal of excess or redundant stock. Ensuring communication of information within the Materials Management team and share best practice operationally; act and participate as a member of the wider Procurement team, assisting colleagues within other areas of the department as required and attending departmental update meetings as required. What youll bring: Previous experience within a manual handling role is essential. High attention to detail with the ability to prioritise workload. Self-motivated and able to work on own initiative as well as being able to communicate clearly and with diplomacy. Flexible approach to the needs of the department. Working MS Outlook experience. It would be great if you had: 4 GCSEs (grades A-C) or equivalent. Experience within an NHS environment. An understanding of Oracle. Ability to use bar code scanners. If you are interested in this role but not sure if your skills and experience are exactly what were looking for, please do apply, wed love to hear from you Employment Type:Full-time, Permanent Location: Cambridge Security Clearance Level: DBS Internal Recruiter: Kayleigh Salary: £21,730 Benefits :25 days annual leave with the choice to buy additional days, life assurance, pension, and generous flexible benefits fund Although this role is advertised as full-time, we support many ways of working and can offer a range of flexible working arrangements. So, if you are interested and need to work flexibly, we encourage you to apply and talk to us about what might be possible. Loved reading about this job and want to know more about us? Our unique partnership between the Department of Health and Sopra Steria means that we are market leaders in corporate service delivery with around 40% of the NHS using one or more of our products. With unrivalled knowledge and experience, we provide high-quality, value-for-money finance, procurement, and employment services to the NHS, helping them overcome any challenges they face in the back office. Our vision is to help the NHS save money and enhance quality, providing a real-life impact where the changes we make can improve health, innovate to save lives, and deliver better outcomes. Do you want to part of our journey?