Stores and Logistic Co-Ordinator

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Full Time
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NIE Operations NIE
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Northern Ireland

Package Description

  • Salary commensurate with experience
  • Emphasis on career development
  • Sick Pay Scheme after completion of probation
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Pension 

Job Introduction

The post holder for this role is responsible for the management and control of tools, equipment and materials required for the timely delivery of TLI Group’s Operations from the Dungannon HQ

Main Responsibilities

  • Implementation of the TLI Safety Charter and Life Saving Rules
  • Ensuring tools, equipment and materials are stored in an orderly, safe and professional fashion
  • Ensure tools, equipment and materials are available and that there is no shortage of stock to deliver the planned works
  • Ordering of tools, equipment and materials and tracking their delivery status, sending delivery receipts to the accounts department for GRN and to NIE for delivery confirmation
  • Ensure tools, equipment and materials are signed out of the stores and allocated to individuals
  • Ensure the stores and yard are locked and secured when not occupied. Greet all deliveries and vehicles entering the depot (site security).
  • Manage stock levels in satellite yards, liaising with Supervisors and making routine deliveries as required
  • Ensure a stock take is completed monthly
  • Ensuring dockets are checked for all tools, equipment and materials to ensure compliance
  • Ensuring that all waste materials are disposed of in accordance with legislation
  • Manage waste material levels, organising collection and replacement of skips, as required
  • Implementing and identifying Good Catches, Near Misses and Stops when works are deemed to be unsafe
  • Management and maintenance of the facilities as required

HSQE Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the safe access and egress from the stores and yard, maintaining a high level of housekeeping
  • Safe loading and unloading of vehicles and deliveries
  • Ensure the risks and control measures associated with the company’s activities are identified and implemented to control them to as low as reasonably possible

The Ideal Candidate



  • Valid Driving Licence
  • Forklift Ticket


  • Experience with management of stores


  • Experience in people and line leadership
  • Developed client facing skills with a client orientated approach
  • Commercially astute
  • Ability to work with minimum supervision
  • Ability to work within a team
  • Excellent Communication, Interpersonal, Organisational & Planning Skills
  • Able to balance competing priorities and meet personal targets within a fluctuating & demanding workload


  • Committed to TLI Company Mission, Vision and Values and Business Objectives
  • Customer focus; Professional; Honesty and Integrity
  • Positive and flexible approach to work
  • Open to innovation and collaboration
  • Right first-time approach
  • Proactive with the ability to think ahead.
  • Strong personality and professional attitude


About The Company

TLI Group has operated extensively with our customers, in the upgrading, refurbishment and renewal of infrastructure networks across Ireland and the UK. TLI Group provide a nationwide service of unrivaled safety, quality and professionalism

Designing and building overhead power lines, electrical substations and Telecom Networks are the company’s core expertise. Since inception, TLI Group has executed countless projects within this field and has always delivered works of utmost quality and integrity.

Building on its vast experience and having a highly-qualified & skilled workforce has made it possible for the company to expand its portfolio. We also deliver comprehensive contracts involving the securing of planning permission, design, construction, refurbishment and maintenance of renewable solar and windfarm network connections to the national grid.