Operations Service Delivery Assistant (GBRF)

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Just seen this on my email...

JOB DESCRIPTION

Designation : Operations Service Delivery Assistant – on shifts

Location : Felixstowe

Reports to : Regional Manager (Operations) via Resource and Delivery Manager (Commercial)

Salary : £13,000 p.a.

Purpose

To undertake shift based operational service delivery activities in a professional and timely manner to ensure smooth running of Intermodal train services.


Key Success Criteria

1. Co-ordination with Operations and Commercial staff to ensure on time departures of Intermodal services.

2. Ensure your safety and that of others at all times.

3. To work on own initiative and manage time successfully.

Duties and Responsibilities


1. Produce TOPS train lists using the TOPS 2000 system for Intermodal train services to / from Felixstowe.

2. Check the commercial train lists for compliance to standards and integrity of container numbers booked for both import and export services.

3. Interrogate the Port of Felixstowe Scorpio container system to finalise train lists for the Operations and Commercial Staff.

4. Manage the issue of PPE for Felixstowe operations staff and provide weekly report of items used.

5. Convey train crew to / from South / North Rail Terminals. (Full Driving Licence Required)

6. Manage the delivery of export and DGN documentation as directed.

7. Ensure MSC and inland terminals are provided with train loading lists as directed.

8. Input export train lists into FDRC Scorpio system and advise Commercial team of any anomalies.

9. Maintain and distribute daily train log.

10. Through, TOPs monitor and provide real time train running information and highlight through the relevant Production Manager any issues of poor performance.


Role Profile

1. Ability to meet deadlines.
2. Excellent communication skills.
3. Organisational ability.
4. Good IT Skills
5. Ability to prioritise.
6. Remain calm under pressure.
7. Flexible and proactive.
Is a pretty low wage but if you look at the bigger picture, A) its a job, B) You will have fairly good promotion prospects and B) its easy ;)

CV to gemma.pilgrim AT gbrailfreight.com by 19th March
 
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playmore64

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Fantastic, thank you for this I might give it a shot.

Do GBRF have a train drivers program/training academy where one can progress within the company?
 

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Technically yes. But how long you could be waiting is any ones guess.

You need to do at least 2 years minimum as ground staff (not sure if this new position counts) but even then you could be waiting for a lot longer than that.

Its one of the best depots to get your foot into though.
 

Benwat

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It is certainly one of the busiest.
I know a few of the groudstaff have already been accepted for driver training, but this is after a period of alot more than 2 years.
Not sure about the promotion aspects though. Be prepared for last minute roster changes and covering other staff at short notice.
 
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