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ROYAL MAIL VACANCIES: 190

Are you looking for seasonal work this Christmas?

Do you have good data entry skills?

The Manual Data Entry Centres (MDECs) are an integral part of Royal Mail's automated mail processing systems. They provide support to the automated mail sorting systems by manually keying in information such as the postcode, which systems are unable to 'read'. MDECs are located in Plymouth, Stoke and Doxford (Sunderland).

We are seeking a high volume of candidates for data entry/keyer roles with Royal Mail this Christmas:

1. Roles will start at the end of November 2017 and run for up to 4 weeks.

2. Candidates MUST be available for the duration of the booking and will only be considered after completing the induction training in late November 2017.

WORKING HOURS
19:00 - 07:00, Monday to Friday (Night Shift)

PLEASE NOTE: Candidates must be over 18 years old to work Night shifts.

PAY RATES
£9.80/hour

Candidates MUST be available for the duration of the booking and will only be considered after completing the induction training in late November 2017.

The closing date for this vacancy is 24th November 2017. We are actively seeking early applications from August 2017 onwards and will be offering booking contracts from September so that candidates are assured that they have the booking confirmed.

HOW TO APPLY

If you would like to be considered for this opportunity please apply now by following one of the links below and we will be in contact to explain the next steps.

Required skills

  • Computer Literate
  • Data Entry
  • Typing
  • Highly Detailed
  • Attendance Management

Application question

Are you over 18 years old?

Reference: 33267645

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