Delivery Line Manager - IV1, IV12, IV15, IV18, IV19, IV30, IV36 Postcode areas

Royal Mail Group
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Job reference number 86823

Delivery Line Manager - IV1, IV12, IV15, IV18, IV19, IV30, IV36 Postcode areas

Full time

Permanent

Various

For a full job description, please click on the following link: Job Descriptions

 

 

Junior Operations Managers (Delivery)

£27,834–£30,131 dependent on relevant experience and location, plus 10% bonus potential and competitive benefits package

Location – IV1, IV12, IV15, IV18, IV19, IV30, IV36 Postcode areas

You don’t need logistics or unionised experience to be an operations manager at Royal Mail. We’re looking for people who want to coach, lead and motivate teams to perform at their very best. Our markets are changing fast, and we’re adapting to what the future will bring. If you’re an experienced manager who has the energy and resilience to drive positive change on a big scale, we want to hear from you.

About the role

As a Delivery Line Manager you will manage and motivate front-line staff in busy, shift-based operational environments. You’ll join us either as a work area manager in large mail processing centre employing up to 1,000 people, or as a line manager in one of our delivery offices where between 20 and 300 people work. Whichever you choose, you’ll help to drive performance, working to implement new ways of working while always upholding the standards of service that our customers expect. This is an exceptional environment in which to learn hands-on people management, with real opportunity for personal growth and development.

Hours:  Five days over six, Monday to Saturday (rota day off), Eight hours per day (approximate start 6.30am start 14.30pm finish with flexibility required)

About you

A quick thinker with a passion for improvement, and a talent for motivation and communication, you’ll get results by influencing others and helping them understand how their work affects the overall performance of their business unit. You’ll need to be ready to handle challenging situations and bring people round to a new way of working with skill and tact. This isn’t for everyone – but for the right kind of person, it offers huge opportunity for growth and development.

About us

Five centuries in business has made Royal Mail more than a household name. We connect companies, customers and communities across the country, delivering a ‘one-price-goes-anywhere’, universal postal service to more than 29 million addresses across the UK.

Our market is changing, but as a FTSE 250 organisation we are focused on achieving our vision of being recognised as the best delivery company in the UK and across Europe. We want to be more commercial, flexible and efficient, and are employing our strong brand and a range of new products and services to achieve this.

 

The closing date for all applications is 11th February 2018.  Assessment Centres will be taking place between 26th February 2018 and 16th March 2018.

 

Your start date will be May 2018, with your first 8 weeks spent on a brand new induction programme which will introduce you to your new role and to Royal Mail Group. Please note, the induction programme will be held central location and therefore this may involve some overnight stays.

 

 

We are an inclusive employer with equality, diversity and fairness at the heart of our values.  We welcome applications from individuals from all different backgrounds and are committed to promoting fair participation and equality of opportunity for all of our job applicants.

We are an inclusive employer with equality, diversity and fairness at the heart of our values.  We welcome applications from individuals from all different backgrounds and are committed to promoting fair participation and equality of opportunity for all of our job applicants.

 

 

 

For more information on Royal Mail Group and our Values please click on the link (http://www.royalmailgroup.com/our-people).

 

Closing Date: Job Enquiries: Recruitment Enquiries:

 

In accordance with our Recruitment Policy it is a mandatory requirement to submit a Line Manager Reference with any job application you make.  This is only applicable for applicants in CMA represented grades/managerial roles. Applicants in CWU represented grades such as Operational Post Person/Administration roles do not have to provide a reference.  The reference requirement is based on your substantive grade.  

Please note, there is a new version of the Line Manager Reference template. Click on the link below to access the updated reference and ensure this version is this is submitted to your line manager for completion.  This should then be uploaded with your job application on SuccessFactors.

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Terms & Conditions – Terms of Appointment:

 

The following standard items are referred to in individual advertisements by the numerical code.

 

1. Appointment will be on a substantive basis. 2. Compulsory transfer terms will apply. 3. Voluntary transfer terms will apply. 4. For Administration grades in all Business Units, appointees will serve a trial period of one year. For all other grades: performance will be monitored according to Business Units’ Performance Management Systems 5. Details of terms applying appear within the advert. 6. Appointment will be made on a temporary basis pending the outcome of the relevant Business Review. Should circumstances change, the appointee may be made substantive without the need to re-advertise or undertake a further assessment. 7. Appointment will be subject to satisfactory completion of the appropriate induction training.

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