The Hotel Storekeeper is responsible for:
> Efficient day to day management of the stores department, including, but not limited to, managing, monitoring, developing and training team members, ensuring an efficient and cost-effective provisions operation
> Supporting adequate resourcing of teams, completing appraisals, identifying development opportunities and supporting staff to guide, motivate and direct their respective teams
> Ensuring adherence of company’s policies for the ordering, loading, receiving, storing, inventorying, and issuance of all Hotel products
> Managing uniform and linen stores on behalf of the Inventory Manager and Hotel department
> Preparing orders to achieve efficient consumption analysis against departmental budgets, supervising and training staff where necessary
> Supporting the Inventory Manager with the planning and management of logistics within set lead times
> Maintaining storeroom stock levels to meet the immediate and long term needs of the ship
> Participating in stores routines and rotations in accordance with operational needs and the Maritime Labour Convention
>Ensuring the delivery, receipt and safe movement of stores on turnaround days in accordance with company health and safety policy and procedures and acceptable Public Health Sanitation Programs and EU SHIPSAN procedures
> Ensuring prompt and secure storage, under correct temperature control
> Reporting any spillage, breakage or damage that occurs during storing operations, in the storeroom, or under transportation to other departments
> Efficiently and accurately locating and picking stock when preparing departmental requisitions
> Completing stock takes in accordance with company policy and procedures
> Responsible for taking physical count of all Hotel items following the Inventory Cycle Count schedule.
> Ensuring proper disbursement of merchandise from the storerooms following the pick-up times established in the Internal Requisitioning Timetable for Hotel Items
> Creating pick lists for all approved Hotel customer orders
> Providing pick lists to Linenkeeper
> Invoicing all pick lists in the inventory system upon issuance of supplies
> Conducts storerooms spot check to ensure items are correctly stored in order to minimize deterioration and waste and to maximize storing and space efficiencies
> Responsible for providing the necessary ongoing training to subordinates on precautionary measures to avoid bodily injuries and/or damages to company’s property when using chemical and cleaning material
> Assists the Inventory Manager with assigned duties required by the day-to-day operations of the Inventory Organization
> Identifying and reporting to the Inventory Manager any receipt discrepancies during the loading process
> Making recommendations to Inventory Manager regarding personnel actions such as promotions, new hire requests, and discharges
> Undertaking quality control checks, logging any issues and reporting
> Reporting order discrepancies to the Inventory Manager
> Reporting spoilage, slow-moving and non-moving items to the Inventory Manager each cruise
> Ensuring effective communication and teamwork between stores and other Hotel departments
> Reporting maintenance defects in line with company policies and procedures
> Ensuring cleaning standards and schedules for the storerooms are adhered to and logs maintained in accordance with acceptable Public Health Sanitation Programs and EU SHIPSAN procedures
> Supporting the Inventory Manager with the completion of daily, weekly and end of cruise reports and documentation in accordance with company policy and procedures
> Effective participation in garbage duties to ensure safe disposal and environmental compliance in accordance with company policy and procedures
Other duties and responsibilities:
> As assigned
Why join Azamara?
Our global guests come to us for the destinations we visit and the cultural connections we make, but they return to Azamara for the unforgettable hospitality that our crew provides. Our staff-to-guest ratio is 1.7 staff to 2 guests, and this allows us to offer personal, hands-on and friendly service from the first point of contact to the end of the voyage. Our crew comes from every corner of the world, and are the men and women at the heart and soul of our brand.
V. Group is the leading global maritime agency with a pool of 44,000 active seafarers and approximately 3,000 shore colleagues. We represent in excess of 300 global client businesses who have engaged our management services for around 1,000 vessels.
At V. Group, our ambition is straightforward - to drive the transformation of our industry and to be the leading global provider of marine crew supply/management services.
Our values comprise of ‘five C’s’: we Care, we Collaborate, we Challenge, we are Consistent, and we Commit and Deliver, these values are central to our business and remain embedded in to our service output.
We aim to be an industry leader, challenging the parameters of best practice and shaping the future of Marine Operations.
As a strictly compliant global leader in marine services, V. Group will not request any fees or compensation for our services from seafarers. Please be aware of any illegal recruitment services and crewing representatives attempting to act on our behalf.