To apply for a position with Venners as a stocktaker, you need to be highly numerate and have at least assistant manager level experience in a hospitality setting. You will definitely need to hold a clean UK driving licence and have your own vehicle. You also need to be presentable, have strong people skills and a flair for customer service. Previous food and beverage stocktaking experience is highly desirable, although full training will be provided.
We also welcome prospective applications from all other areas of the UK and Ireland.
Venners are the UK’s leading licensed trade stocktake and compliance audit company. Our training is widely recognised to be the best in the licensed trade which means that a Venners trained stocktaker can cope with the very highest level of specification demanded by today’s clients. In addition the diversity of our customers means that you see a variety of operational businesses and styles.
At Venners we do not subcontract work or deal in franchises and all employees are fully contracted to us. We also expect people to work reasonably locally most of the time but of course there are times when we will ask our staff to travel in order to cope with customer demands.
We offer a competitive salary and provide mileage payments for use of your own vehicle. Authorised expenses are naturally also reimbursed. The current average level of service for a Venners stocktaker is 14 years, when you consider that we employ approximately 225 stocktakers nationwide that represents a good level of satisfaction amongst our employees. Many people in the trade chose stocktaking as the next stage of their career as it represents a good way of staying in the hospitality sector without the excess demands on time.
The policy and practice of Venners Limited require that all staff are afforded equal opportunities within employment and that entry into employment with the company and progression within employment will be determined only by personal merit and the application of criteria which are related to the duties of each particular post and the relevant salary structure.
In all cases, ability to perform the job will be the primary consideration. Subject to statutory provisions, no applicant or member of staff will be treated less favourably than another because of his or her sex, marital status, sexual orientation, racial group or disability.
The company welcomes diversity amongst its staff and seeks to ensure that all candidates for employment are treated fairly, and that selection is based solely on the individual merits of candidates and on selection criteria relevant to the post.
Venners Ltd publishes Gender Pay Gap data in line with the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017. The report for the 5 April 2018 snapshot date can be found here