Entry Level Shift Clerk at British American Tobacco - 2 Positions

British American Tobacco has an exciting opportunity for 2 Shift Clerks to join our team in Ibadan.
The job holder will have to effectively manage the Finished Goods Handover and system confirmation, material supply, waste room activities and utilities issues such that there is little or no impact on production.Entry Level Shift Clerk at British American Tobacco - 2 Positions

Job Title: Shift Clerk

Location: Ibadan

Operational results Deliver performance targets as per the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in place given on
  • Waste
  • Productivity
Ensure timely handover and system confirmation of Finished Goods and reconcile quantities with the Shift Team Leaders. Ensure timely evacuation of waste from the shop floor and timely transfer of waste from the waste room to PMD and Landfill. Work with the staging area assistant to ensure that there is no wrapping material stock out on the shop floor. Liaise with the engineering and utilities team when there are utilities issues in SMD/FMD. Liaise with IT team during network/printer downtimes. Timely preparation and delivery of error free waste report to DDS.

Leadership results Provide requisite leadership, guidance and direction to the waste room, sorting station and staging area team. Coach the sorting station, staging area and waste room teams and support resources to comply with established standards and document standards for improvements made.

Essential Requirements
  • Leadership skill, organizational and people management skills are crucial.
  • Ability to use Microsoft office tools at basic proficiency level ( MS Excel, MS Word, MS PowerPoint and
  • MS Outlook).
  • Familiarity with structured problem solving tools and ability to prepare clear, concise, and well-organized written reports.
  • Minimum qualification OND in any relevant field.
  • Knowledge of SAP is an added advantage.

  • How to apply
    Interested candidates should;
    Click here to apply

    Application Deadline Date
    23rd April, 2018.

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