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We're hiring: Warehouse Operative needed

March 24 2015

We are on the look-out for an experienced Warehouse Operative to help with goods in and out of a small but busy warehouse.

Ideally you will already work in or have previous experience in a waste industry, IT recycling or scrap. However, we will not discount any applications if you fit the following criteria:

You can:

  • Operate a counterbalance forklift truck and hold an up to date licence
  • Drive a LWB van to carry out local and national IT collections
  • Load and unload articulated and other wagons
  • Accurately record weights of loads and fill in paperwork
  • Learn to recognise the reuse value of items and prioritise their collection first

of scrap

  • Work in a small team within a Warehouse environment
  • Breakdown IT equipment for reuse, recycling or scrap
  • Keep yard tidy and free of debris
  • Keep daily records of van checks and report to supervisor of works needed

As well as the above you must:

  • Have a full, clean driving licence and be over 25 years of age for insurance purposes
  • Have a strong work ethic, want to get stuck in and make a difference to the way we work
  • Be able to communicate clearly and professionally to different types of people as this is also a customer facing role
  • Maintain a cool head under pressure
  • Have fork lift truck experience and valid training
  • Be Flexible - As a growing company there will be other responsibilities where required and as we are small there needs to be an all hands on deck attitude at times
  • A good knowledge of IT components would be beneficial but not essential

 Pay: £6.50 per hour + commission, plus 20 days holiday per annum, plus bank holidays

If you are interested please email your CV and covering letter to:

Please note that we will not respond to any application that doesn’t obviously show evidence of meeting all the above criteria. This is advertised elsewhere.