Warehouse Operative

Posted 6 November by Gi Group
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Warehouse Operative

Cambridge, CB24
Pay rate: £11.50ph

Full time hours

This is a fantastic opportunity to join Gi Group and work at one of our sites as a Warehouse Operative. Our client is one of the world's leading creators of display solutions for Pop Culture collectables. They are looking for Pickers / Packers to join their business.

This role is very active and requires standing, walking and bending throughout the day.

Warehouse Operative responsibilities:

  • Working towards targets set
  • High attention to detail
  • Packing of products
  • Using UV printer
  • Cutting bespoke products
  • Quality checking before sending.
  • Work with the team to ensure the workplace cleanliness is maintained.
  • Adhere to company health and safety standards.

Warehouse Operative required skills:

  • Enthusiastic, reliable, and punctual
  • Good attitude to work and learn new skills.
  • You will have at least 6 months previous experience as a warehouse operative

Warehouse Operative Pay:

  • £11.50 per hour
  • Paid break

Warehouse Operative Shift:

  • 6:00 till 14:00 or 14:00 till 22:00 working hours
  • 5 days a week (rota will be discussed)
  • Paid break

Warehouse Operative benefits:

  • Weekly pay
  • Gi Group onsite team
  • Free coffee/tea
  • Fruit on site
  • Break Room with Pool table

To be considered for this role as a Warehouse Operative, please apply directly to the Gi Group, Central Recruitment Team!

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Required skills

  • Warehouse
  • Warehouse Operative
  • Temporary
  • General Operative
  • Packer
  • Temp

Reference: 51570062

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