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Recycling Hub Manager - Repair and Re-use

This vacancy has now expired, and is not accepting any new applications.
Contract type
Permanent
Working Pattern
Full time
Location based
Trafford
Dates that interviews will take place
7th and 10th December 2020
Salary
£27,500 - £31,500 per annum plus van, bonus and benefits
Summary of vacancy

Would you like the opportunity to help preserve the planet’s natural resources, by promoting the repair and re-use of goods and products? Do you have a background that includes a good understanding of retail and warehouse management, coupled with the experience and ability to run the repair workshop?

When you join SUEZ, you get more than a brand-new role. Your work will help us deliver innovative and environmentally responsible solutions for water and waste management. You will get a chance to help us preserve and restore our planet’s natural capital for future generations. It’s a career that’s not only exciting, but full of opportunities as well as professional and personal fulfilment.

About the role

What will I be doing as a Re-use Hub manager?

One of the commitments SUEZ has made through our contract with Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) is to establish a re-use hub, where we can repair items donated from our Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRC’s), to then sell in three re-use shops within Greater Manchester. The objective; to generate revenue to be re-invested in social projects across the GM region.

You will be responsible for managing the re-use hub and shops, making sure any goods or items are restored, quality tested and fit for re-sale, before being logged and stored in the warehouse or put up for sale. This will mean you’ll be overseeing the staff, financials as well as operational and health & safety compliance, broken down in to three key areas:

Workshop

  • Ensuring all goods are cleaned, repaired and tested, meeting quality standards / compliance regulations and fit for sale
  • Working with local third sector organisations, who provide services to the hub, managing and developing relationships.

Warehouse

  • Coordinate and monitor the receipt, repair and dispatch of goods, keeping up to date and accurate inventory records
  • Oversee the maintenance and operation of vehicles, equipment and warehouse management systems.

Retail

  • Maximise customer interest and engagement, through innovative displaying of products, to achieve sales targets and meet forecasts
  • Analyse trends to identify product areas to focus on and develop an online selling platform, to drive further sales.

What are the requirements?

Foremost you will need a passion for recycling and be full of ideas of how to upcycle and re-use items, with the knowledge and experience to make them happen, and a focus on delivering affordable items to support people on lower incomes.

With a background that has given you a good commercial understanding of both retail and warehouse management, you’ll have motivational people skills and ready to lead a team, to engage with and deliver a vision, which should be guided by your:

  • Awareness of re-use and the circular economy.
  • Capability to understand and analyse sales figure.
  • Commitment to providing training/work experience opportunities to the third sector and people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
  • Knowledge of health and safety, trading standards and other relevant legislation.

You’ll also require a full UK driving licence, as you’ll need to travel between the hub and shops, to provide constant support and input to guarantee success.

Who we are

At SUEZ the efficient and sustainable management of resources around the globe is at the heart of everything we do. Respect – acting ethically and with integrity – is one of our core values. We’re passionate about the environment and believe in protecting our world. Over 90,000 likeminded people worldwide makes for an incredible team, where collaboration and trust are part of the way we work. With true team spirit, we can give our customers a standard of service that goes above and beyond and ensure that our local communities have access to essential water and waste services.

We thank our people for all they do with development opportunities, wide-ranging benefits and rewards that reflect their hard work. In a friendly, supportive environment, you’ll be inspired to grow and play your part in creating a better future for all.   

*No agencies please*

Closing Date
29/11/2020
This vacancy has now expired, and is not accepting any new applications.