Materials Co-ordinator (Chemicals)

£20800 - £21200/annum holidays
23 Jul 2017
22 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Chemical Materials Co-ordinator to join a world leading global organisation, our client Unilever are currently looking for an experienced Material Stores Co-ordinator to work in the Pilot Plant, based at Unilever's manufacturing facility in Seacroft, Leeds. This is a full time temporary role for a period of 12 months, working a 37.5 hour week. This role is paying £21,2000 pro rata.

Main Job Purpose
This role covers routine activities that contribute to the safe and efficient running of the pilot plant by:
* Managing general stocks and supplies for the Process team covering, raw materials (inc bulk stocks for formulation) + sticks packaging components
* Pilot plant waste management
* Support pilot plant operation and improvements through co-ordination of maintenance, breakdown correction and specified longer term pilot plant improvement projects.

Key Activities
* Manage supplies and organisation of storage of packaging components
* Collecting packaging components from the Leeds sourcing unit factories and warehouse as required for aerosols / roll-ons.
* Managing stick / soft solid / lotion packaging component stocks (related to process work) and ordering new components from 3rd parties / UL sites as required.
* Clearly labelling packaging components
* Day to day management stock levels and ensuring quantities reflect process development requirements across all applicators.
* Supporting packaging requirements for consumer tests being produced in pilot plant.
* Ensured Packaging components are stored hygienically
* Coordinate disposal of waste process development products and materials
* Ordering: Manage and maintain the stocks of pilot plant consumable supplies and PPE and when necessary order through the Admin support role.
* Pilot Plant Operation & Improvement Support

* Ensure OHSAS procedures are fully implemented and followed within the GDC pilot plant
* Understand and actively maintain a high level of safety awareness, ensuring that all activities are conducted in line with departmental safety policy.

Skills & Competencies
* Ability to work with minimal supervision
* Familiarity in working with Chemicals and risks associated.
* Qualified to GCSE standard ideally in science subjects.
* Effective team worker contributing team spirit and success.
* Working within safety guidelines and embracing the safety culture.
* Communicates effectively within the immediate and wider team
* Capable of manual handling tasks (Training will be given)
* Counterbalance FLT license desirable but not essential (Training will be given)