Goods In Assistant
£16,500 – £18,500 annum
We are looking for a Goods In Assistant to join our existing, hardworking team. Must be able to work within a Team environment and have ability to work unaided and use initiative.
The ideal candidate will possess the following strengths:
- Reliable, organised and trustworthy
- Must be physically fit as some medium/heavy lifting involved
- Be able to cope well under pressure
- Experience in a similar role or a Warehouse environment
The role includes:
- Unloading cages and pallets collected from our Clients
- Stacking / wrapping pallets for storage
- Sorting deliveries into categories and loading onto conveyor belts
- Identifying and recycling plastics, metals, and cardboard for recycling
- Ensuring that the area is clean and all rubbish is removed
Additional job info:
- Hours of work – 8.30 am – 4.30 pm Monday – Friday with 30 mins Lunch Break
- Fork Lift Licence would be considered an advantage but training with an accredited provider will be considered after Probation.
- Car driver preferential due to need to move vehicles around yard to allow for skip removal etc.
- 28 days holiday (inc. Bank Holidays)
- Extended Christmas shutdown (in addition to annual entitlement)
- Paid Overtime
- Additional Quarterly Bonus Scheme
- Free Parking
- Full uniform supplied
- Training provided including Flexitruck Forklift Licence
- Team Building events
Please note: In view of the volume of Applicants, we will only contact those who are successful in being offered an Interview.
EOL IT Services are a Disability Confident employer and will give full consideration to all applicants.
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