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Animal care with a human touch

At MWI Animal Health we are united in our responsibility to create healthier futures for our patients, our customers and our people. We offer a supportive environment, competitive salaries and benefits and a chance to help change our industry. We welcome employees from all sorts of backgrounds and when you join us, you'll become part of a team of people with experience in industries from across the U.K. We're a close-knit group united in our purpose to improve the lives of animals and people everywhere.

MWI Animal Health by the numbers
54
YEARS IN THE INDUSTRY
380+
associates in the U.K.
3,030
PRACTICES SERVED

We try to be transparent across the business. We're not pushy with clients. We're honest about how and when we can benefit their business. We keep them in the lead. We ask questions. We find out what they need and advise.

ROSS TURNER, specialist business manager

Find the right role for you

MWI Animal Health is looking for professionals interested in creating healthier futures and impacting the health of animals through the U.K.

Relief Team Manager

stoke-on-trent

This Relief Team Manager role requires flexibility in hours to cover the following shifts:
08.00 - 16.00
10.00 - 18.00
20.00 - 02.00
22.00 - 06.00

About the job:
Effectively mange your areas of the warehouse operation according to the need and priorities of the customer.

Take ownership and accountability for all issues as they arise within your work area.

Actively manager the processes on shift so that performance targets are consistently achieved and in line with financial constraints.

To ensure all regulatory, security and H&S requirements are met at all times.

Implement structure and organisation to the team and constantly challenge the status quo.

Motivate a team to drive efficiency.

Manage by walking within the warehouse to identify issues and operational improvements that can be made. Feed this to company stakeholders who can help drive best practice.

Main Duties:
Plan the training of staff, and monitor their performance and progress. Continually review and provide regular feedback.

Use space and MHE efficiently ensuring workplace health and safety requirements are met, investigate thoroughly any incidents/accidents and escalate any issues hat require it.

Manage productivity within your area of control - responsible for any department specific requirements - any relevant sign offs for each department.

Make sure that KPI targets are monitored and achieved.

Plan the layout of goods within the warehouse and organise equipment availability.

Ensure relevant staff are trained on SOPs.

Provide RCS for any issues that may arise.

Conduct team briefings and handovers at the end of shift.

Education and Professional Experience:
A background in operations/warehouse is desirable.
Supply chain and operations experience in a high SKU environment. 
Excellent interpersonal skills and communication, analytical and influencing skills.
System and data orientated with experience of SAP and Knapp WMS an advantage. Skilled with Microsoft Excel/Access.
Previous experience managing a large and diverse work force.

Job type: full time
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Quality Manager

Stoke-on-trent

About the job:
 This role is to specifically manage out Quality Management System required to be compliant with Good Distribution Practice of Medicines ad Medical Devices.

this is a great opportunity to join a department which has a powerful vision of the future of Quality and Risk Management within our business.

You must have a strong background working in quality management within the pharmaceutical wholesales or manufacturing industry, and can evidence you competencies working with goods distribution, or goods manufacturing practice.

It is a great advantage if you have maintained and ISO Quality Management System, and a big plus if you have managed ab integrated management system comprising multiples ISO systems.

It is critical you are capable of engaging with all levels of associates and can form effective and collaborative relationships. the ability to influence change through effective communication and training initiatives is paramount, and it will be expected this person will go and seek to understand operational challenges, rather than rule from above.

You will be responsible for 3 persons and will be required to travel between Stoke-on-Trent and Castle Cary (Somerset HQ) as required (on average twice per month).

Essential:
Minimum of three years managing and developing an ISO, food, or pharmaceutical quality management system.  Can write clear and concise policies and procedures in line with GDP and ISO standards.

Job type: Full time (permanent)

Experience: Managing and developing (3 years - preferred)
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Ready to join the team?

We're looking for people from all walks of life interested in using their skills and expertise to create healthier futures and improve the lives of animals across the U.K. Want to see if you're a fit?
Email us to find out more