Data Analyst - Administrator Supply Chain - Newton Aycliffe

  • Durham
  • To be negotiated
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Data Analyst - Administrator Supply Chain - Newton Aycliffe

If becoming part of a like-minded quality-driven team is important to you, then that’s just what you’ll find in our busy Administration Department, based in each of our 9 Regional Offices, which supports our infrastructure of stores in the region. You’ll thrive on the buzz of constant activity and appreciation of your talents, working closely with your colleagues to overcome difficult challenges, you will become an integral part of our success!

What will you do?

·  Day-to-day administration to support stores in your region
·  Coordinate with Head Office on company-wide matters
·  Liaise with Sales teams
·  Process and calculate inventories and other store documents
·  Prepare figures and report on results
·  Support IT
·  Ensure that stores have sufficient supplies
·  Create and distribute store price labels
·  Manage petty cash

What will you need?

·  Excellent organisational skills and the ability to multi-task
·  Self-initiative
·  A passion for quality
·  A high degree of flexibility
·  The ability to communicate confidently with people at all levels
·  Outstanding computer skills
·  Attention to detail
·  Flawless typing skills
·  A friendly, enthusiastic nature

What do we offer?

·  £18,440 - £28,928 per annum (subject to experience)
·  10% London Weighting benefit (non contractual) for employees working within the M25
·  30 days holiday per annum (pro rata, including Bank Holidays)
·  A contributory pension scheme
·  10% discount on all Lidl products, in all stores throughout the UK
·  Access to corporate discounts on a range of products and services (including holidays, home and garden products, leisure activities and more)
·  Initial training and on-going development from an experienced team member
·  Brilliant opportunities to take on more responsibility and long term career prospects

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