Scott Group - Celebrating 30 years

About The Group


Planning & Logistics Manager

Barry, South Wales

The Scott Group is a high growth, leading industrial supplies organisation which provides a wide range of goods and services to industrial and manufacturing markets. With sites across the UK and in Europe, we combine the volume savings of a national organisation with the presence of a local supplier; leading the market through innovation, quality and service.

Job Purpose

  • Ensure all elements of production are scheduled to maximum capacity/capability including machines, bench assembly, case manufacture.
  • Ensure outgoing deliveries are scheduled in an efficient manner and achieve total customer satisfaction.
  • Schedule all activities in relation to the delivery of raw materials to meet production schedules and manage material flow across the site.
  • Control the sites stock of timber and finished goods, ensuring an efficient stock rotation and adherence to the sites stock profile.
  • Key member of the site leadership team, working together to drive the site’s performance to agreed KPI targets
  • Site Profitability:

Performance Measures

  • Labour cost per pallet.
  • Labour cost as a % of value produced.
  • Adherence to plan.
  • Weekly quantity produced.
  • Pallet adherence to stock profile.
  • Timber adherence to stock profile.
  • Timber consumption
  • Machine efficiency.
  • Stock control and stock management of timber and pallets.
  • Production Planning

Key Role Objectives

  • Ensure all man power and machinery resources are utilised in an efficient manner and meet the site’s delivery performance, financial targets and other KPI’s.
  • Set departmental and individual targets for operators to ensure weekly KPI’s are achieved including HGV drivers and FLT drivers.
  • Lead period end stock takes ensuring they are completed accurately, efficiently and in a timely manner.
  • Manage the manufacture of all Customer Samples.

Materials Planning

  • Ensure raw materials are ordered and planned for delivery in a timely fashion to ensure production schedules are met.
  • Ensure any material to be x cut on site is done so to ensure production schedules are met.


  • Monitor and control the quality of incoming timber.
  • Ensure kiln records audited weekly and all relevant documentation is completed in a timely manner within the TIMCON compliance system
  • To manage and maintain the ISPM15 licence including all relevant documentation


  • Monitor overtime to ensure site targets are achieved within budget.
  • Ensure regular communications with all employees are maintained in line with the company and operation functional strategy
  • Collate and analyses performance metrics, submit site and Group reports.
  • Undertake any reasonable management requests

Job Type: Full-time

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Barry, South Wales

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