ENVEA UK Ltd manufacture a range of industrial pollution monitoring devices at their Cambridge site which are sold throughout the world.

The Stores & Logistics Associate will take ownership of managing and handling components and materials in and out of the factory, with the relevant care and expertise required for instrumentation components and products.

The role is multi-skilled and carries responsibilities to support goods inward process as well as to prepare instrumentation and products for despatch or assist in goods in inspection in line with business requirements.

The Stores and Logistics Associate will contribute to the work of the Stores and Logistics team, they will need a flexible attitude and attention to detail to be successful in this role.

Reporting Structure

Reports to: Supply Chain Manager


As a member of Stores & Logistics team, you will play an active role and undertake below responsibilities:

Goods Inward

  • Receive, unpack, perform visual quality control, confirm quantities and paperwork accuracy before booking in material.
  • Enter relevant details onto the company ERP system, and file and maintain records adequately.
  • Communicate with suppliers or other relevant contacts in a professional manner.

Stores management

  • Maintain kitting and stores activities to ensure flow of material within Manufacturing department.
  • Maintain a clean and tidy stores area.
  • Perform monthly/weekly cycle counts and punctual stock checks to ensure accurate stock levels.
  • Manage stock transactions required to keep ERP stock figures accurate, including stock transfers, direct receipts/issues across multiple warehouses (physical or within ERP system).


  • To prepare and pack products and instrumentation in readiness for shipment.
  • To handle, pack, carry instrumentation products with requested care.
  • To arrange daily shipments of standard products using relevant courier software.
  • Provide weights, dimensions, and any other required information (eg. packing list) to Logistics team to raise shipping documentation and invoices.
  • Monitor and manage stock control and re-ordering process of packaging material.

Goods in inspection

  • Support Goods in inspection process to qualify and confirm products and materials are compliant with ENVEA quality standards.
  • Manage and organise all relevant returns to suppliers, including keeping internal documentation accurate, updating ERP system as required and communicate with suppliers or other relevant contacts in a professional manner.


  • Assist in other areas of the Operations department whenever necessary.

Key Contacts

  • Internal: Operations Department, Engineering Department, Customer Service Department
  • External: Suppliers and Logistics Couriers

Qualifications and Experience


  • Minimum GCSE’s Maths and English Pass C (or equivalent)
  • NVQ or equivalent – Certificate in warehousing and storage (level 2/3) – Not essential


  • Previous exposure to production/stores environment is essential.
  • Experience in secure packing methods and hands on approach is required.


  • Computer literate with knowledge of Word/Excel/Outlook – Essential
  • Knowledge of computerised stock control systems (Sage or equivalent) – Essential
  • The reading of mechanical drawings would be advantageous.
  • Instrumentation/ Electronics background – Preferable but not essential
  • Knowledge of standard booking couriers and preparation of packing notes, weights, and dimensions

Personal Qualities

  • Empathy with the mission, vision, values and ethos of the company.
  • Results oriented with a positive outlook.
  • Flexible can do attitude.
  • Good time management and an ability to effectively prioritise tasks.
  • Good self-discipline, demonstrating reliability, dependability and tenacity.
  • Show commitment to problem resolutions using critical thinking.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Logical and creative thinker.
  • Keen to learn.
  • Passionate for high levels of customer service leading to customer respect and trust.
  • Resilience; thrives in a high pressure environment.


The role is based at the head office in Swavesey, Cambridgeshire. Occasional local travel may be required to perform duties.