A supply chain operator manages the movement of goods across all sectors and distances for a range of customers, from private individuals and sole traders through to large global organisations.
This entry level apprenticeship will develop the knowledge and skills needed for managing the movement of goods. As a supply chain operator, you’ll be required to work in shifts and at weekends, and the nature of the roles mean they can be undertaken internationally.
Supply Chain operators undertake a range of occupational areas. As an apprentice focusing on the traffic office, you will learn about managing the movement of goods for a variety of customers from manufacturers or suppliers to their final destination, or for onward delivery.
Removal operatives focus on learning about the preparation for and performance of packing/unpacking and moving household, office and other furniture, goods, and equipment, into or out of new premises, or for storage or preparation for transit.
Supply Chain Operators communicate and come into contact with a variety of people and customers and have a passion to meet their expectations by providing a quality service that encourages repeat business.