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So what’s Supply Chain Management? Well, we’re responsible for moving all Aldi products from our suppliers (from around the world) into our Regional Distribution Centres. It’s a really important part of the business, and we’re always looking to make it as cost-effective and efficient as possible. And the more we grow, the more important Supply Chain Management is. So, we’ve developed a network of consolidation centres outside our distribution centres. These work closely with suppliers to store stock for the regions to keep up with the demand – which we’ll need with the big plans we’re hatching.

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This department has transformed over the last few years. The team is made up of a number of Directors, Managers and Assistants, all working together in a harmonious, highly effective team. Which role would suit you?

Supply Chain Manager

As a senior member of the team, you’ll make sure that Aldi products get from the suppliers through to our distribution sites across the UK. It’s about looking at the strategy to make sure that every stage of the supply chain (right back to the source) works effectively. It’s very fast-paced and there’s plenty of variety: you could be dealing with a supplier in Spain one week and Slough the next.

The way we work as a business is different to other Logistics operations. And that’s something you’ll particularly notice as a Manager. You’ll actually own an area and be given the autonomy to drive that individual strategy. Importantly, you’ll be responsible for developing and motivating a team of Assistants. What’s more, being an Aldi manager, you’ll understand that you need to give your team plenty of freedom too. So you’ll trust your Assistants in the decisions they make and the way they run their areas.

This is a high-profile, demanding role, but if you’re ready to apply yourself and keep improving, it will be hugely rewarding too. 

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Salary

£54,285 rising in increments to £79,040 in year 4.

Holiday allowance
5 weeks’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays.
Hours and benefits

You’ll work a 5-day, 50-hour week, working Monday - Friday. When you start, you’ll receive full training, a company pension, and company maternity, paternity and adoption leave after 2 years. And after 6 months, you’ll receive private employee medical insurance.

Supply Chain Analyst

As an Analyst, it will be your role to analyse vital business information and data. You’ll also conduct internal and external research that will help develop clear recommendations and solutions. The analysis will support the department strategy to make sure that every stage of the supply chain (right back to the source) works effectively.

As someone who thrives on collaboration, you’ll work with people across other functions both nationally and internationally. Reporting to either a Director or Manager, you have a sound understanding of industry best practice, can work with different data sets, and can manipulate these to derive strategic insights for better business decision-making.

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Salary

£41,200 rising in increments to £45,225 in year 5.

Holiday allowance

5 weeks’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays.

Hours and benefits

You’ll work a 5-day, 40-hour week. After 4 years, you’ll receive a company pension and private employee medical insurance. And after 2 years, you’ll get company maternity, paternity and adoption leave.

Supply Chain Assistant

Supporting the team, you’ll make sure they have everything they need to keep our stores supplied and our business running smoothly. From checking invoices and keeping important documents secure, to organising filing and backing up information, you’ll make sure everything’s well organised. 

Because this is Aldi, the day-to-day responsibility for an entire area (such as a consolidation site), will fall to you. Managers won’t interfere – they’ll trust you to make the right decisions. That’s a lot to take on and it can be demanding. But for the right people, it’s a fantastic place to work. 

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Salary

£32,075 rising in increments to £37,455 in year 5.

Holiday allowance
5 weeks’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays.
Hours and benefits

You’ll work a 5-day, 40-hour week. After 4 years, you’ll receive a company pension and private employee medical insurance. And after 2 years, you’ll get company maternity, paternity and adoption leave.

Supply Chain Co-ordinator

Working with internal and external stakeholders in buying, regional distribution centres and with suppliers you will be responsible for delivering high quality product sales analysis and intake plans to agreed timeframes. You will be working as part of a growing and developing supply chain management team, looking for continuous improvement within your role to simplify processes and maximise efficiencies.

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Salary

£32,075 rising in increments to £37,455 in year 5.

Holiday allowance
5 weeks’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays.
Hours and benefits

You’ll work a 5-day, 40-hour week. After 4 years, you’ll receive a company pension and private employee medical insurance. And after 2 years, you’ll get company maternity, paternity and adoption leave.

Supply Chain Administrator

In conjunction with key stakeholders, you will be responsible for delivering a high quality and cost efficient inbound supply chain both through operational and project management. You will be working as part of a growing and developing supply chain team, looking for continuous improvement within your role to simplify processes and maximise efficiencies.

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Salary

£22,310 rising in increments to £27,450 in year 5.

Holiday allowance
5 weeks’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays.
Hours and benefits

You’ll work a 5-day, 40-hour week. You’ll also receive a company pension and private employee medical insurance after 4 years and company maternity, paternity and adoption leave after 2 years.

Customs Manager

As a Customs Manager you’ll develop and manage a Customs & Excise Team, playing a vital role within the National Supply Chain Department.

You will be responsible for leading a strong internal team and ensure constructive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders of all levels.

We do things our own way at Aldi. But whatever we're doing, we must be getting it right. With a wave of impressive sales figures behind us, we're opening new stores at lightning speed. And without our Customs team, there'd simply be no products in those stores.

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Salary

£54,285 rising in increments to £79,040 in year 4.

Holiday allowance

5 weeks’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays.

Hours and benefits

You’ll work a 5-day, 50-hour week, working Monday - Friday. When you start, you’ll receive full training, a company pension, and company maternity, paternity and adoption leave after 2 years. And after 6 months, you’ll receive private employee medical insurance.

Customs Analyst

As an Analyst, it will be your role to analyse vital business information and data. You’ll also conduct internal and external research that will help develop clear recommendations and solutions.

As someone who thrives on collaboration, you’ll work with people across other functions both nationally and internationally. Reporting to either a Director or Manager, you have a sound understanding of industry best practice, can work with different data sets, and can manipulate these to derive strategic insights for better business decision-making.

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Salary

£41,200 rising in increments to £45,225 in year 5.

Holiday allowance
5 weeks’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays.
Hours and benefits

You’ll work a 5-day, 40-hour week. After 4 years, you’ll receive a company pension and private employee medical insurance. And after 2 years, you’ll get company maternity, paternity and adoption leave.

Customs Assistant

Supporting the team, you will take responsibility for managing third party customs agents to ensure compliant and efficient import of our product to maximise availability into our distribution centres and stores.

In conjunction with key stakeholders, you will be responsible for delivering a high quality and cost efficient inbound supply chain both through operational and project management. You will be working as part of a growing and developing customs team, looking for continuous improvement within your role to simplify processes and maximise efficiencies.

We do things our way at Aldi but whatever we're doing, we must be getting it right. With a wave of impressive sales figures behind us, we're opening new stores at lightning speed. And without our Customs team, there'd simply be no products in those stores.

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Salary

£32,075 rising in increments to £37,455 in year 5.

Holiday allowance
5 weeks’ annual leave plus Bank Holidays.
Hours and benefits

You’ll work a 5-day, 40-hour week. After 4 years, you’ll receive a company pension and private employee medical insurance. And after 2 years, you’ll get company maternity, paternity and adoption leave.

What we'll offer you

Our Application Process

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Online Application/CV Upload

You’ll need to complete an online application or upload a CV that highlights your key skills, attitude and character. It’s your first chance to grab our attention so don’t hold back.

Video Interview

If we like the look of your application, you might be asked to join us for a video interview. This helps us to get a better idea of who you are, and what we’re looking for.

Online Test

If you’re applying for a management role and we think you’ve got the Aldi personality, we’ll ask you to complete a quick online test. If you’re not applying for a management role, you might skip this stage. 

Group Assessment

If all goes well, we’ll then ask you to spend some time at one of our assessment centres. Our processes have been created to ensure you have the chance to shine. We’re looking for your drive, professionalism and work ethic.

Final Interview

If we’re convinced that you’re a good ‘Aldi fit’, we’ll ask you to come for a final one-to-one interview. Here we’ll go into more detail about your contract and what we’ll expect of you.

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