About the job
CAMRA is a not-for-profit consumer group with over 180,000 members that has been operating since 1971. Our vision is to have quality real ale and thriving pubs in every community. We are a volunteer-led organisation, with a small, enthusiastic and committed staff team of almost 50 people working at our head office in St. Albans where this role will be based.
We are independent and our policies and campaigning objectives are set by our membership.
CAMRA’s decision-making process is wholly independent of any commercial companies or other organisations.
We are not-for-profit and all proceeds are put back into achieving our campaigning objectives.
We are consumers. We have no commercial interests in pub or brewery ownership or management.
We are non-party political.
CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, is looking for a warehouse supervisor to lead a team in delivering an excellent service for our 160 beer festivals across the UK. We are a small friendly team and you will be providing day to day supervision of CAMRA’s Warehouse & Logistics operations, ensuring they are efficient, safe, well run and that central activities are coordinated in a timely and appropriate way. You’ll also be continuously reviewing and improving storage, handling and transport processes. You will need to work closely CAMRA’s Finance and Commercial teams and Health & Safety Advisor, to ensure good record keeping, orderly dispatch of goods and materials and maintain safe working practices.
To apply, please contact Hope Humphreys on email@example.com with a copy of your CV and covering letter.
- Experience of managing warehouse processes
- People management experience – ability to motivate and direct an efficient team
- Good organisational and problem-solving skills
- Excellent customer service, written and verbal communication skills.
- Driving license
- Ability to work under pressure and balance workloads to ensure deadlines are not missed
- Numerate, written and spoken English with good IT skills (Word, Excel etc)
- Demonstrable understanding of Health and Safety Training – (IOSH Managing Safely) or able to complete
- Can do attitude – being a self-starter
- Outgoing and friendly disposition
- Experience of beer cooling systems
- Health and Safety Training (Level 6 Certificate in Applied Health and Safety / IOSH Managing Safely) or able to complete
- FLT Reach and Counterbalance qualification
- Fire Marshall preferred although not essential
- First Aider preferred although not essential
- An innovative and creative thinker with a collaborative nature and excellent team-working skills.
- Experience of working with volunteers
We are offering
- Salary range £31,000 to £36,000
- 35 hours a week – 8-4 or 9-5
- Monday to Friday working pattern
- 20 days holiday plus 8 bank holidays and 3 days off at Christmas
- Company pension / Life insurance
- Other staff benefits