Protocol are proud to be working for a leading End-Point Assessment Organisation – looking for high level experts in their field, occupationally competent in a Supply Chain Role. An Assessors qualification is desirable, such as TAQA or CAVA. For this particular role we are looking to Supply Chain Operatives and who would be able to assess the apprentices knowledge, skills and behaviour at the final stage of their qualification.
This work is possible to do as freelance or alongside full-time employment.
Independent assessment ensures apprentices have the Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours detailed in the Standard. This standard specifies a range of Knowledge and Skills that together form the Core Competencies of the role. Apprentices are assessed using different methods to demonstrate competence.
This is an entry-level apprenticeship which provides the foundation knowledge skills & experience for the role of Supply Chain Operator within occupational areas in the Supply Chain industry.
Supply Chain Operators are primarily responsible for managing the movement of goods for a variety of customers across all sectors, and as such their customer base will range from large global organisations to sole traders and private customers in local areas, depending on their organisation. They may be required to work in shifts, for example overnight or working on weekends, and some (depending on the nature of their organisation) may be required to work internationally in Europe or at worldwide destinations.
The ideal candidate may come from Traffic Office – managing the movement of goods for a variety of customers – either own account or third party from manufacturer or supplier to final destination or for onward delivery
Removals Operatives – the preparation for and performance of packing / unpacking and moving household, office and other furniture, goods and equipment into or out of new premises or storage or preparation for transit, both domestically and internationally.
Core knowledge – all Supply Chain Operators will have a good understanding of:
- how to communicate effectively with customers/colleagues (including those working remotely, third party carriers, agencies and other organisations) appropriately in line with situation and organisational style/culture
- structure of the industry, the methods and modes of transport, the roles available within the sector in general and in relation to their own career aspirations
- importance of delivering excellent customer service to customers and colleagues, including identifying customer/colleague needs and responding appropriately in line with situation and organisational style/culture
- vision, objectives and brand of the organisation; the importance of organisation reputation and what can affect it; how their own performance can contribute to organisational success and support or impact on others
- proposed and actual changes to systems, processes and technology used in the industry, particularly relating to own role; how to keep up to date with any changes in the systems, processes and technology that affect their role
- how their role can affect their health and the need to maintain a level of fitness appropriate to the needs of their role
We are looking to interview immediately. If you are interested in working at this fantastic Organisation and are available for interview, please apply with your CV and daytime contact number.
Protocol promotes equal rights and is an employment business under The Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003. Work is undertaken on a self-employed basis under contract with Protocol. An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is required for all Protocol assignments. All positions advertised by Protocol comply with the Agency Workers Regulations 2010.