A vacancy has arisen for a Stores Operative. The successful candidate will be responsible for issuing all PPE equipment and laundry to staff and visitors. Receiving, storing, moving, and issuing all non-meat production materials, including stationary, packaging, etc. within the stores department.


Main Duties

  • Overseeing and issuing laundry, checking each consignment, reporting any discrepancies, filling in the intake and despatch laundry records and maintaining accurate stock system data.
  • Maintaining lockers, issuing keys/padlocks and ensuring they are in acceptable working order. Liaising with HR regarding PPE/locker requirements for new starters and PPE/locker returns for leavers.
  • Carrying out accurate daily/weekly and ad-hoc stock counts and ensuring that stock is at optimum levels. Recording this information and reporting back to the Stock Control Co-ordinator.
  • Assist with the receiving, storing, moving, and issuing all non-meat production materials, including stationary, packaging, labels, etc. as and when required.
  • Checking and signing for delivered items, ensuring zero damage and correct quantities are received.
  • Acting as a packaging runner ensuring departments have boxes, bags, labels, and consumables in a timely manner without causing any downtime.
  • Manually moving items from/to high-level loading platform in correct and safe manner to their allocated storage areas.
  • Manually pulling pallets from/to the storage area using a pallet truck, as well as manually lifting boxes of packaging.
  • Ensuring adequate stock is available in readiness for the day’s production.
  • Liaising with the Transport team to ensure efficient loading/movement/despatch of all palletised items between storage areas as and when required.
  • Ensuring that stringent stock rotation is always adhered to and operating computerised stock system when required.
  • Dealing with daily queries in a professional and helpful manner, informing Stock Control Co-ordinator of any potential issues, as well as informing other departments of delivered issues all in a timely manner.


The Person:

  • Excellent organisational skills with ability to plan workloads effectively to meet deadlines.
  • Well developed interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Attention to detail, commitment and the ability to accept responsibility are key in this role.
  • Strong IT skills and proficiency with MS Office Applications, in particular Microsoft Excel.
  • Holding a valid licence to drive a Forklift Truck, particularly a Bendy, would be advantageous.
  • Will be committed to working within the Company Mission, Vision & Values


How to Apply:

If you feel that you have the appropriate skills and competencies required, please email a completed application form to or post completed application forms to the HR Department, Dunbia Llanybydder, Teify Park, Lampeter Road, Llanybydder, Carmarthenshire, SA40 9QE

Dunbia is an equal opportunity employer and places a strong emphasis on training and development for both skilled and non-skilled positions.