• Clearings Supervisor

    Job ID
    2018-7607
    # of Vacancies
    1
    Location
    Lount
    External Closing Date
    21/08/2018
    External Advertised Salary
    £26699
  • Overview

    Logistics Solutions provides bespoke solutions for a number of high profile customers within the Financial Services and Public Sectors. We provide a secure and managed network to move cheques, mail and other important work streams between processing centres and over 8,000 customer locations each day.


    The role of the Clearings Supervisor  is to manage and control the clearings work that has been collected  from bank branches and delivered into the Voucher (cheque) Processing Centres. The clearing work that we collect and deliver on behalf of our customers in the financial sector is the highest profile work that we handle so it is vital that every item that we have collected is accounted for and that all drivers are fully debriefed.

    The successful applicant will need to demonstrate attention to detail, accuracy and effective communication in order to meet our customers’ needs.

     

     

    The daily management of the operation on site is the responsibility of the Clearings Supervisor, reporting directly to a Clearings Operations Manager.  This involves the day-to-day management of all drivers who deliver into the specified clearing processing centres, ensuring timely delivery, accurate receipt, compliance around all paperwork, conducting driver security checks, driver vetting, the compilation and distribution of management information and the clear communication of any service issues encountered. There is also a requirement to react to Disaster Recovery situations and implement and test TNT Business Continuity Plans when required.

     

    All employees are required to operate in an appropriate manner with due regard for their own welfare and that of their colleagues,

     

    This role is a backshift position 40 hours a week 17:00 to 02:00

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