Applying For:

Compliance and Process Manager (South)
London and South East Region

Location: London and South East Region

Salary: Competitive salary plus car/car allowance and private healthcare

Contract: Permanent

Company: Magnet

Hours Per Week: 40

Join us in this new role of Compliance and Process Manager covering our South region and you’ll have the opportunity to help shape the way our business functions

What you’ll be doing

You’ll take ownership for the stock and compliances processes, identifying opportunities to improve processes and ensuring all processes are documented and communicated to store teams. You’ll also own the PPI count process and schedule, proactively following up any issues on an ongoing basis – ensure the right level of focus are given to high loss areas.

You’ll take ownership of the store stocktake processes; ensuring results are reported and interrogated and action plans to drive improvement are in place. You’ll also identify opportunities to reduce costs through interrogation of P&L on an ongoing basis, working with area and store teams on highlighted opportunities.

You’ll focus on cost of failure (COF) identifying opportunities to improve, working with teams across central functions and operational teams to drive improvements. You’ll also work collaboratively with teams across the business to identify process improvements to deliver a better, faster & simpler approach to how we operate, ensuring process documentation is up to date and change communicated/embedded on a local level.

You’ll work with colleagues in Learning & Development to deliver any training to new or existing store teams and you’ll own all business compliance reporting, identifying and driving any opportunities to deliver improvements. You’ll also regularly attend Area Sales Manager (ASM) meetings to update on compliance focuses and opportunities and work with the ASMs and Store Process Operations Manager to identify any local opportunities to deliver improvement.

How you qualify for the role

You’ll have excellent understanding of store processes including advanced knowledge of SAP procedures (sales processes, customer and stock control). You’ll be highly analytical and able to interpret data.

You’ll have strong communication skills, exceptional engagement and ability to influence, excellent planning and organisational skills, a flexible approach to working hours and travel (some overnight stays may be required) and a full UK Driving licence. 

What you’ll get in return

You’ll discover a rewarding team environment, excellent career and development opportunities, a competitive salary and a company car or car allowance. 

Benefits also include pension and life assurance, 23 days holidays rising to 25 after five years’ service, discounts with various retailers and a generous colleague discount on our kitchen products.

Who we are

Better doesn’t happen by chance. It happens because every aspect of our business is properly considered and done with purpose and care. And that’s down to our People.

With over 200 stores we are the UK’s largest kitchen retailer and as part of Nobia, Europe’s leading kitchen specialist, we’re lucky enough to have access to the very best design expertise in the industry, ensuring our kitchens are always on-trend and built for whatever life throws at them


 

This position is now closed. We are no longer accepting applications for this position.

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