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Warehouse Supervisor


Who are we? ( At Berry, our mission of “Always advancing to protect what’s important”, combined with our Values (Partnership, Excellence, Growth & Safety) and behaviours (United, Focused, Accountable, Agile) is the foundation for all that we do.

It’s the reason we come to work every day. We are always advancing to improve the way we work, improve our products and services, and enhance the communities in which we live, work, and play. We’re a global company – with over 290 locations and 48,000 employees, made up of around 60 different nationalities – that is open and transparent, with a big commitment to ensuring a sustainable future focused on leaving the world better than how we found it for the generations to come.

We’re made up of 4 divisions: Consumer Packaging North America, Engineered Materials, Consumer Packaging International and Health, Hygiene and Specialties (HH&S), with a wealth of different products, segments and applications, and each global division hosts regional teams.

Here at Berry you can join a team that takes great pride in their work and with the right initiative, really make an impact! Our site in Aberdare, producers of the Tubex brand is seeking a motivated Warehouse Supervisor.

The Warehouse Supervisor will oversee the safety, coordination and effective running of the daily warehouse operations. Leading the development and implementation of systems, processes and training whilst liaising with other supply chain and manufacturing departments to achieve customer satisfaction.

This role is based at our Aberdare plant in Wales.



Primary Responsibilities:

  • Safety
  • Supervisory tasks
  • Goods In
  • Goods Out
  • Stock Accuracy
  • Disposal of Scrap


Shift Pattern: Mon-Friday – days.

Pay & Benefits: Free parking, company pension, holidays equivalent to 25 days plus BH, Employee Assistance Programme



English & Math’s GSCE (A-C) or equivalent

Industry recognised qualification in Supply Chain oe equivalent experience

Work Experience:

Experience in team leading within manufacturing environment

Technical knowledge of ERP systems

A combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to manage varied and changing departmental demands.


Fully fluent in English

The successful candidate will need to be able to prove their right to work in the UK.

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