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Location: Llansantffraid

Purpose of role

An experienced manager with an extensive HR administration, compliance, payroll, and benefits background, you will maintain and ensure an exemplary HR service to all business divisions under your remit, while supporting the dedicated pay and benefits team to deliver an efficient and reliable pay and benefits offering for Wynnstay, the Personnel department and all Colleagues.

Duties

  • Managing and developing the provision of policy advice, support and guidance to line managers and staff on a range of subjects, including the appropriate application of Group, Company, and divisional policies and procedures.
  • Driving development and producing informative reports, particularly with regards to labour spend and HR indicators, GDPR, Gender Pay, Equality and Diversity, fair and compliant pay determination, and supporting the distribution and interpretation of these reports to the Personnel Officer team and various management teams across the business.
  • Ensuring the production of regular meaningful up-to-date reports detailing information to support the collation and understanding of key personnel indicators and labour spend analysis, for commercial and operational decision-making purposes.
  • Managing and developing the monthly payroll and associated auditing, database updates and filing processes including P11D, expenses and private mileage reviews, with assistance from the Pay and Benefits Supervisor and various other key administrators across the Core business.
  • Ensuring that all data is efficiently managed in accordance with GDPR regulations and accurate payments are made to all parties including staff, inland revenue, unions, and benefits providers for example, within set time periods.
  • Fully embracing and maintaining our internal communications and staff engagement strategy, and managing and developing the Group benefits provisions, promoting and meeting the aim of 1st choice employer branding, while effectively ensuring maintenance of systems and co-ordinating renewals, including the company pay review, pension and life assurance review, PMI scheme review, PRP awards, Shares Schemes, salary sacrifice schemes, service or performance recognition schemes and any new benefits launches.
  • Providing an excellent HR specialist service at senior management and executive level whilst also efficiently and effectively dealing with general queries both face to face and on the telephone.
  • Working closely with the Personnel Development Manager and supporting the implementation, and maintenance of People Management & Development policies, procedures, and processes.
  • Managing and developing the maintenance of paper and electronic filing systems, relevant personnel databases and extraction of accurate key data and reports as necessary for delivery of the effective communication, systems updates, delivery of PM&D policy, and compliance processes.
  • Inputting into occupational health needs and health & safety issues and resolutions at all Wynnstay sites, supporting the Personnel Manager, Personnel Officers, relevant Safety Officers, Operations Team, and Line Managers to help ensure all activities conform to Group requirements and policy.
  • When necessary, supporting the Group Personnel Manager and Personnel Development Manager with practical resourcing support and assistance during organisational development, reorganisation, and acquisition activity, while handling any trade union relationship matters as and when these arise.
  • Co-ordinating and providing practical, and specialist administration support with compiling any cases in defending legal disputes or tribunal claims.

Person specification

The successful candidate will:

  • Hold a Bachelor or Masters Degree in Business, Human Resources, Organisational Management or related field - CIPD Chartered status or above.
  • Have experience in managing an Admin function in a fast-paced commercial manufacturing or Logistics or Sales environment (Agricultural background or awareness would be highly advantageous).
  • Have proven generalist experience including the ability to work at both strategic and operational levels.
  • Be fully conversant and up-to-date with all aspects of employment law and HR best practice.
  • Have experience in the development and implementation of employment policies and procedures.
  • Have experience in mentoring, developing and coaching team members.
  • Have experience in implementing and driving Health and Safety within a business.
  • Have awareness of behavioural safety and the ability to manage technical staff.
  • Be a risk assessor, investigator and a problem solver.
  • Be able to demonstrate understanding of how job performance affects product quality and customer satisfaction.
  • Be accurate and timely, and IT literate, including the confident use of MS office 365, Sharepoint, Outlook, Excel and Word.

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Llansantffraid

Purpose of role

Performing a variety of essential secretarial tasks and projects and nominated office supervisor, you will successfully support the CEO and Executive Team by providing a professional, reliable and efficient administrative service, with a particular focus towards administration, file and project management, and office provisions co-ordination.

Duties

  • The provision of effective administration and data processing support to the CEO, Executive team and wider Management Accounts function.
  • Providing overall day to day general administration support to include:
    • Office maintenance and security including facilities and housekeeping
    • Inbound and outbound calls
    • Typing letters and other word processing duties such as memos
    • Incoming and outgoing post
    • Photocopying and filing a range of documents
    • Stationery ordering/monitoring including cost control
    • Overnight, meetings, and events arrangements
    • Procurement of office and stationary goods
  • Assisting with the end of year accounts and interim accounts distribution and communication, including the AGM arrangements and employee communications forums such as Colleague Forum, Annual Roadshow and the bi-monthly newsletter.
  • Supporting the maintenance and design of Corporate branding initiatives, including social governance and charity support.

Person specification

The successful candidate will:

  • Be efficient, effective and highly accurate in all aspects of work, particularly when filing and preparing documentation
  • Have relevant administrative experience in an office-based environment
  • Possess excellent communication and organisational skills, with the ability to confidently communicate with senior managers.
  • Have a high degree of IT knowledge and experience, with strong computer literacy in all Microsoft packages.
  • Be flexible in terms of dealing with a varied workload.

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Llansantffraid

Purpose of Role

Accurately, flexibly, and efficiently provide a comprehensive range of administrative support to the HR, Payroll and Benefits team. Working closely with your manager/supervisor, while supporting the Pay and Benefits Manager and Payroll Officer as required.  Assisting with the monthly payroll processes and benefits administration to include the annual pay review, pensions and life assurance policy review, salary sacrifice facility, performance bonus systems, PRP calculation, annual leave renewal, Save as You Earn schemes, P11D completion and filing, and expenses management.

 

Duties

  • To collate and administer the departmental monthly payroll information and produce an accurate itemised summary including attendance, variable pay elements, absence calculations and other items, in accordance with the cut off dates
  • Working with the Pay & Benefits Officer to conduct audits of the payroll and benefits process to ensure accuracy and modify processes where improvements in efficiency can be sought
  • To assist the Personnel Officers, HR department, management and staff and accordingly deal with general payroll and benefit queries both face-to-face, via email and over the telephone.
  • To adhere to general policies and procedures, specifically those relating to data protection and confidentiality, which are updated from time to time.
  • To provide on-going general and project-based support to the management team, as required necessary for the on-going and future development of the business.
  • Regularly provide wider office support as may be required to support smooth administration including for Executives as required and to support holiday cover.
  • To maintain the confidential nature of the business while adhering to GDPR regulations and policies.

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Seeds Processing Division, Astley (Shrewsbury)

(12-14 week placement)

To assist the Plant and Processing Teams with processing and cleaning all species of Seed including Cereals, Herbage & Roots as required, while safely and professionally performing a range of proactive and reactive basic maintenance and cleaning routines

 

Duties

  • Assist with organising Grass Seed Mixture Production (Picking, Packing & Distribution)
  • Assist with Order Picking, Distribution & Receiving Goods In
  • Assist with Stock Control
  • Assist with organising Root Seed Stock (Layout & Distribution)
  • Assist the Plant Manager/Supervisor with cleaning all species of Seed including Cereals, Herbage & Roots as required
  • Assist the Plant Manager/Supervisor with Packing & Dressing Seed
  • Assist with clean down of all machinery, as tasked
  • Assist with general housekeeping as tasked
  • Any other reasonable tasks that you may be designated

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: East & West Grainlink Teams

Company: Grainlink

  • To competently and effectively trade grain, while seeking opportunities for link-selling other products that are available under the product portfolio including Fertiliser, Seeds, Ag-Chem for example
  • To manage contract purchases and sales ensuring accurate use of the internal I.T system and ensuring position limits are adhered to and monitored constantly
  • To assist where necessary with the compliance and industry audits including environmental issues which may affect the Company, including health & safety
  • To communicate with other relevant departments and divisions within the Group to ensure the continued smooth running of trading activities
  • To profitably trade a range of grains throughout the geographical area
  • To assist with the budget process and monitor targets that have been set
  • To provide daily pricing and market information for Arable specialists
  • To maintain and develop strong relationships with suppliers and end-users
  • To manage forwarding/administration staff within the division to maximise the effective use of time and resources
  • To liaise with the Grainlink teams and Wynnstay product management and sales personnel to maximise the contribution from group trading activities
  • To purchase grain from a designated farmer ledger in the geographical region
  • To inspect seed production crops as required
  • To prepare reports as required by your direct line manager
  • To communicate all necessary trading details to administration and forwarding staff
  • To ensure that credit limits are adhered to and updated where necessary
  • To inform senior management of any concerns or irregularities which may jeopardise the operation of the business

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Midlands/Welsh Borders

Purpose of the Role

To develop and maximise the financial contribution of arable products and services throughout the trading area and your given territory.

 

Duties

Your main responsibilities as an Agronomist with Wynnstay will include:

  • Offering practical and strategic advice on all aspects of crop production
  • Providing advice on crop protection, plant nutrition, fertiliser planning and variety selection to improve farm profitability
  • The management of long-term customer relationships
  • Identifying and fulfilling new commercial opportunities

 

Person Specification

The successful candidate will:

  • Be fully conversant with the agronomy of arable and forage crops
  • Be able to demonstrate an understanding of the industry
  • Function effectively as part of a dedicated team
  • Be driven, self-motivated, organised, ambitious and determined to succeed
  • BASIS and FACTS qualified
  • Be required to live within the designated area

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: York

Purpose of the Role

To maximise the financial contribution of combinable seed products whilst developing new and existing marketing opportunities.

 

The Opportunity:

Your main responsibilities are:

  • Providing technical product guidance for Wynnstay Seeds with designing, implementing, and updating seed products
  • Being responsible for addressing product challenges in the portfolio, making sure those technical challenges are overcome
  • Supporting the sales of products by providing excellent technical support to Wynnstay reps, distributors, and customers - including customer visits, customer training, product launches.
  • Helping to develop new business opportunities within selected target regions and crops
  • Translating and interrogating supplier information to create product technical content supporting the sales of seed
  • Contributing to regional technical briefing meetings and set up and execute any demo trials (including The Arable Event)
  • Supporting reps to maintain and grow existing key business relationships to maximise sales opportunities
  • Helping in the development of seeds strategy regionally and nationally including forecasting and annual budgeting
  • Developing a network of contacts and help to gather market information, including competitor activity and new market opportunities
  • Liaising with Head of Seeds regarding concerns or irregularities that may jeopardise the operation of the business

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: South West Wales

Purpose of Role

The Dairy Technical team as part of Wynnstay (Agricultural Supplies) Ltd are now seeking to recruit an experienced and enthusiastic Dairy Technical Specialist to join a growing business and a dynamic team. The Dairy Technical team are responsible for supporting the field sales teams on farm, to manage the innovation pipeline, to help dairy farmers achieve maximum production efficiency through nutrition and best management practices.

Duties

  • To support the field sales teams on farm technically for the business to achieve sales growth
  • Advise current and new customers on all aspects of nutrition
  • Working closely with local sales team member to further their knowledge
  • Seeking, identifying, and fulfilling new sales opportunities in line with the strategic plan
  • Working closely with industry partners and seek learning opportunities to further own knowledge

Person Specification

The successful candidate will:

  • Demonstrate excellent communication skills and be commercially up to date with the dairy sector
  • Be experienced in ruminant rationing software, ability to formulate diets for growing dairy heifers, pre calving cows and lactating cows in different systems from grass based to intensive housed
  • Be able to build good relationships with farmers, troubleshoot nutritional issues if they arise and maximise performance
  • Be efficient in time management and work effectively off your own initiative
  • Have previous experience in direct sales or influencing the sales process

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: North / Mid Wales

The Opportunity:

Reporting to the Sales and Marketing Director, the successful candidate will be responsible for:

  • Maintaining and growing their sales budget including a broad range of product categories
  • Achieving profitable contribution from their given territory by understanding local farmer customers’ needs
  • Applying strong people management and leadership skills
  • Shape and drive sales campaigns working closely with product management team and the marketing department

 

 The Person:

The successful candidate will:

  • Be enthusiastic, a self-starter and passionate about sales with a proven track record within agricultural sales and management
  • Be a leader of people committed to continuous skills and knowledge development
  • Have sound commercial acumen and hold excellent time management and organisational ability
  • Be IT proficient and a strong communicator at all levels, both internally and externally
  • Display a sound grasp of the realities of operating within a large, sales led organisation.

 

The Rewards:

For this senior role, Wynnstay offer a competitive package benchmarked in our industry, to include basic salary, annual performance bonus, a company vehicle, profit related pay, pension & life assurance schemes, and company share incentives (after qualifying period).

 

For a confidential discussion regarding the vacancy, please contact Paul Jackson, Sales and Marketing Director, on 07500 224 032.

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: North England

Wynnstay Group Plc, are offering an exciting and challenging opportunity for an enthusiastic and hardworking Youngstock Specialist to join our Sales Team

Purpose of role

To maximise profitable sales of calf/lamb milks and calf/youngstock feeds.  

Duties

  • To support a successful and growing product category by assisting customers, field sales representatives and retail stores with researched based technical advice
  • Increasing the sales of Wynnstay calf & lamb milks, feeds, and other products
  • To be the technical representative on farm, to impart knowledge and information to customers
  • Contributing fresh ideas on how to grow the category
  • Taking part in marketing activities to support our online presence

Person specification

The successful candidate will:

  • Be able to demonstrate a good knowledge of agriculture ruminant livestock
  • Have experience of youngstock rearing
  • Be passionate about youngstock nutrition and health
  • Be able to build good business relationships with professional farmers
  • Excellent communication and literacy skills with a good level of accuracy and IT knowledge
  • Previous sales experience advantageous but not essential

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Oswestry

The Role:

Your responsibilities will include a variety of day-to-day administrative duties including assisting Product Managers by analysing various product ranges, meeting suppliers to ensure best terms and prices are maintained, identifying potential growth areas in product sectors, assist with implementing sales strategies and producing suitable reports to retain, increase and maximise sales through various selling initiatives.  You will also liaise with many other areas of the business, particularly our depots. 

 

Duties:

  • To assist with retaining, increasing and maximising sales of products through various selling initiatives.
  • To be a main point of contact for providing support and advice on these products.
  • To assist the product management team in managing, monitoring and liaising with certain suppliers to ensure the best terms and prices are maintained on a regular basis.
  • To assist with organising promotional activities and campaigns within your product sectors, support campaigns at stores and promote link selling.
  • To identify potential growth areas in your product sectors and assist with implementing sales strategies to enhance growth by liaising with stores, and key people including the Purchasing Team, Product Specialists, Marketing Team, and Trade Managers.
  • To coordinate training activities for key individuals on products you look after.
  • To continuously develop your knowledge on the related product ranges.

 

The Candidate:

To be considered for the role it would be an advantage (but not essential) if you have an agricultural background. You will be self-motivated, flexible in taking on a wide range of tasks and possess the confidence and organisational ability to perform effectively in a demanding, fast-paced working environment. Experience in retail would be a direct advantage. You must also be computer literate, confident in the use of excel and word, and be able to display a good level of accuracy and numeracy.

 

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Tetbury, Llangadog

  • To retain, increase and maximise sales of agricultural products.
  • The key point of contact within your given territory for support and advice on Agricultural products to both customer and colleagues.
  • In line with company initiatives, to organise promotional activities and support campaigns at the depot and to include link selling.
  • To identify potential growth areas in the agriculture sector and implement sales plans to enhance growth, by being aware of the local competitive landscape and liaising with Store Managers, Product Specialists, Marketing Team, Purchasing Team, Development Managers and Regional Trade Managers.
  • To utilise the CRM function in conjunction with your Manager, to assist with the ongoing data collection and to increase sales activities with the customer base.
  • To continuously develop your knowledge on agricultural products by attending relevant training programmes.
  • To service customers and provide advice where qualified, in a friendly, courteous and professional manner and in line with customer care policies.
  • To be flexible in providing cover at other local stores where required.

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Dartington, Tetbury, Rhosfawr, Pontesbury (Part-time - Saturdays only), Newtown

 

  • To service customers and provide advice where qualified, in a friendly, courteous and professional manner
  • To perform various warehouse duties, including receiving goods in, dealing with relative paperwork, order picking and providing good customer service whilst loading products into vehicles.
  • To operate a forklift while ensuring adherence to all safety standards
  • To stock shelves, carry out stock rotation exercises, and assist in merchandising as required
  • To assist with accurate and timely stocktaking
  • To efficiently complete the processing of cash and credit transactions as and when required
  • To work as a team player providing general support to colleagues on product knowledge and stock-related matters.
  • To support the success of all promotional campaigns
  • To oversee the maintenance and cleanliness of Depot yard and whole site appearance.
  • To be flexible in providing cover at other Depots where required

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Stockton, Llandeilo

 

  • To service customers and provide advice where qualified, in a friendly, courteous and professional manner
  • To perform various warehouse duties, including receiving goods in, dealing with relative paperwork, order picking and providing good customer service whilst loading products into vehicles.
  • To operate a forklift while ensuring adherence to all safety standards
  • To stock shelves, carry out stock rotation exercises, and assist in merchandising as required
  • To assist with accurate and timely stocktaking
  • To efficiently complete the processing of cash and credit transactions as and when required
  • To work as a team player providing general support to colleagues on product knowledge and stock-related matters.
  • To support the success of all promotional campaigns
  • To oversee the maintenance and cleanliness of Depot yard and whole site appearance.
  • To be flexible in providing cover at other Depots where required

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Stafford

Ensuring a quality service to our farm customers, you will manage the depot trade activities, site operations, and staff, to maximise the financial contribution and effectiveness of the depot, while offering valuable products and reliable efficient services in line with our agreed business objectives.

Duties

  • To retain, increase and maximise sales of all product areas at the store through various selling activities
  • To take overall responsibility for the site including its staff, stock, and performance
  • To ensure existing customer base is maintained at exceptional levels of customer service, and new contacts/customers are established where possible
  • To provide leadership, support and development to key individuals within the store
  • To set SMART objectives for key individuals within the store in line with the Retail Performance Management system.
  • To ensure your manager is informed of any developments with the Store and its activities
  • To keep your staff informed of and consulted on new and ongoing developments, using the Bulletin and other supplements including memos, Newsletter and Intranet etc
  • To assist with setting, communicating and achieving the annual financial budgets at the store, including sales, margins and stock turnover
  • To ensure the store is stocked adequately and presentable at all times, with seasonal stock, aligned with the Group’s Blue Print procedure
  • To manage stock efficiently ensuring the best return per square foot of floor space, while coaching product specialists to be pro-active with stock replenishment, obsolete products, and managing inter store transfers and stock records on the system
  • To ensure stock is managed and controlled to the highest standard, ensuring Smartscan procedures are completed accurately, efficiently and timely
  • To implement and participate with promotional campaigns for the retail, agricultural, and other relevant market segments, and to explore new market segments, following agreement with your Manager
  • To liaise with the Marketing Department in running individual store marketing campaigns and open days
  • To liaise with key people within the division i.e. product specialists, regional business managers, marketing team, purchasing team and development managers, and maintain good working relationships within the wider Group inc. Transport and Sales Representatives etc
  • To coordinate compliance with Health and Safety requirements and various transport regulations, in conjunction with the Transport Manager.
  • To ensure all vehicles kept on the premises are maintained and serviced as required and kept legally roadworthy, and all documentation is efficiently dealt with and adhered to
  • To be responsibility for Health & Safety on site, including fire safety, site security, staff welfare, accident reporting and First Aid. To understand and comply with the requirements of BASIS, FIAS, British Pharmaceutical Society, trading standards, AHDA, FACTS, etc where applicable

Person Specification

  • Commercial & practical awareness of the agricultural industry
  • Enthusiastic and hungry to seek new opportunities through various initiatives
  • Can encourage and inspire others to follow with previous management/supervisory experience and strong communication skills
  • Ability to sell through enhanced customer relations and knowledge
  • Can act as a team player, networking with key individuals throughout the Group
  • Knowledge of the regulations surrounding portfolio of products sold
  • Awareness of the Health and Safety in the Workplace
  • To be qualified in the following areas, or prepared to undergo training:
    • AMTRA SQP Qualified
    • Basis Store Keeper Qualified

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Llansantffraid

Purpose of Role

Taking a real hands-on practical approach, you will supervise and develop a team of experienced and hardworking HGV Fitters and Vehicle Mechanics, while effectively maintaining our transport maintenance policies and processes, enabling the safe and efficient delivery of products to our various sites and locations, and loyal customers.

 

Duties

  • To effectively help manage the activities of our garage technicians to ensure efficient operation of the garage facilities
  • To manage, review and where necessary introduce new initiatives regarding the maintenance of our vehicles
  • To balance, on an on-going basis and review the costs of our vehicle maintenance and look for ways to reduce our repair costs, providing Wynnstay with a “best cost option”, whilst maintaining vehicle serviceability and adherence to the relevant DVSA regulations
  • Help with promoting our Daily defect reporting system, and compliance culture with any Wynnstay driver
  • To manage the stock replenishment within the garage, ensuring satisfactory stock levels of the correct parts are consistently available
  • To ensure that our vehicles remain compliant with the various Codes of Practice as may be in operation, e.g. DVSA guide to maintaining roadworthiness
  • To ensure the compliance of the function with Vehicle Inspectorate and Health and Safety regulatory requirements
  • To work with the Transport Coordinators at all locations to ensure all vehicles remain roadworthy
  • To take advice as necessary from identified external experts, and ensure that requirements are effectively implemented across the fleet

For the right candidate a Trainee position would be considered, and supported with a training and development programme.

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Llansantffraid

To assist in HGV mechanical and fitting and maintaining the Transport maintenance policies, processes and procedures to enable the safe and efficient delivery of product from source onto farm, while ensuring compliance with a variety of regulatory bodies including DVSA and VOSA.

Duties

Commercial Function

  • To efficiently assist in the operation of the garage facilities
  • To manage and undertake any new initiatives regarding the maintenance of our vehicles
  • Help with promoting our Daily defect reporting system and compliance culture with any Wynnstay driver

Regulatory Function

  • To ensure that our vehicles remain compliant with the various Codes of Practice in operation, e.g. DVSA guide to maintaining roadworthiness, UFAS guide for road haulage
  • To ensure the compliance of the function with Vehicle Inspectorate and Health and Safety regulatory requirements
  • To work with the Transport Administrators and Co-ordinators at all locations to ensure all vehicles remain roadworthy
  • To take advice as necessary from identified external experts and ensure that requirements are effectively implemented across the fleet

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Astley (Shrewsbury), Raglan, Carmarthen, Calne

Supporting our customer service and distribution policy and standards, by professionally, effectively and safely conduct a range of driving, loading, and delivery duties to our customers, whilst adhering to associated regulations and guidelines, as agreed with your manager.

Duties

  • To carry out a range of driving and delivery activities, including HGV driving, manual handling, safe loading and unloading of the vehicle and assorted administrative requirements
  • Safely and effectively store and secure products in the trailer unit on the vehicle, maintaining safety, security, and careful handling of all products transported and loaded/unloaded at all times. Training is provided to ensure safe handling or products such as ADR, and use of any machinery on site.
  • To fully comply with our Operator’s licence requirements, including tachograph use and the working time directive at all times where applicable
  • To maintain the condition and roadworthiness of your assigned vehicle while incorporating the use of our daily defect reporting system
  • To ensure your assigned vehicle is kept in a clean condition, both inside and out
  • To ensure wheel nuts are checked and tightened in accordance with our policy
  • To service customers in an efficient, friendly, courteous and professional manner
  • To meet or exceed any specific performance objectives agreed under the Wynnstay Review process
  • Any other reasonable duties that you may be asked to perform

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Llansantffraid, Carmarthen

Purpose of Role

To professionally, effectively and safely conduct a range of driving, loading and delivery duties to our customers, whilst adhering to associated regulations and guidelines, as agreed with your manager.

 

Duties

  • To carry out a range of driving and delivery activities, including:
    • HGV driving
    • Safe loading and unloading of the vehicle
    • Assorted administrative requirements
  • To fully comply with our Operator's licence requirements, including tachograph use and the working time directive at all times where applicable
  • To maintain the condition and roadworthiness of your assigned vehicle while incorporating the use of our daily defect reporting system
  • To ensure your assigned vehicle is kept in a clean condition, both inside and out
  • To ensure wheel nuts are checked and tightened in accordance with our policy
  • To service customers in an efficient, friendly, courteous and professional manner
  • To complete any training which we deem necessary for the role

 

Person specification

The successful candidate will:

  • Be enthusiastic, a self-starter and passionate about sales with a proven track record within agricultural sales and management
  • Be a leader of people committed to continuous skills and knowledge development
  • Have sound commercial acumen and hold excellent time management and organisational ability
  • Be IT proficient and a strong communicator at all levels, both internally and externally
  • Display a sound grasp of the realities of operating within a large, sales led organisation

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Astley (Shrewsbury)

To assist the Warehouse Senior Management team by accurately, efficiently and safely performing varied general warehouse duties, to include picking orders for distribution to Wynnstay outlets and safe loading /unloading of vehicles, on a 10.30am-7.00pm shift pattern.

Duties

  • To accurately pick all orders for supply to our depots
  • To load and unload delivery vehicles safely and efficiently
  • To put away all incoming goods in an organised fashion
  • To report to any anomalies in stocks, i.e. damaged and out of date products, or low level of goods
  • To operate a forklift as required taking care to adhere to all necessary safety standards
  • To maintain good housekeeping in the warehouse and keep it clean and tidy always, maintaining a safe working environment
  • To participate in any duties as may be necessary in the interests of health and safety, including COSHH compliance, Spillage clean-up, and safe manual handling. In all cases, comply with health & safety instructions and wear any Personal Protective Equipment deemed necessary
  • To service any warehouse customers in a friendly, courteous and professional manner
  • To play a key role in stocktaking activities

 

Specifications

  • To be able to conduct a manual handling role
  • To possess a Counterbalance Forklift licence, or similar, or be prepared to undergo training
  • To be self-motivated and can work from own initiative
  • Can demonstrate strong accuracy levels
  • Is flexible in approach to working hours

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.

Location: Seeds Processing Division, Astley (Shrewsbury)

(12-14 week placement)

To assist the Warehouse Team by accurately, efficiently and safely performing varied warehouse duties, to include preparing orders for distribution and safe loading / unloading of vehicles using a forklift truck.

Duties

  • To accurately pick all orders for supply to Retail Depots
  • To load and unload delivery vehicles safely and efficiently
  • To put away all incoming goods in an organised fashion
  • To report to any anomalies in stocks, i.e. damaged and out of date products, or low level of goods
  • To operate a forklift as required taking care to adhere to all necessary safety standards
  • To maintain good housekeeping in the warehouse and keep it clean and tidy always, maintaining a safe working environment
  • To participate in any duties as may be necessary in the interests of health and safety, including COSHH compliance, Spillage clean-up, and safe manual handling. In all cases, comply with health & safety instructions and wear any Personal Protective Equipment deemed necessary
  • To service any warehouse customers in a friendly, courteous and professional manner
  • To play a key role in stocktaking activities

To apply, please submit your CV together with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the role to careers@wynnstay.co.uk or send a paper copy to Wynnstay Group Plc, Eagle House, Llansantffraid, Powys, SY22 6AQ.