Warehouse Operatives

Posted 4 July by Pertemps Banbury
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Warehouse Operative

Shift: 5.45am - 1.45pm / 2.15pm - 10.15pm Monday - Friday

Location: Banbury

Pay rates: AM - £11.44 per hour for the first 12 weeks, increasing to £12.06 per hour after that. PM - £12.59 for the first 12 weeks, increasing to £13.32 per hour after that.

Would you like the opportunity to work with some of the world's largest brands? DCS Group is the UK's leading distributor, manufacturer and exporter of health, beauty and household products. As the uniquely appointed representatives for Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Johnson & Johnson, PZ Cussons, SC Johnson to name a few, DCS has unrivalled multi-channel insight and category expertise. Our latest exciting plans to develop and grow our new food distribution business has seen major brands such as Whitworths and Danone joining forces with DCS.

We are currently recruiting for seasonal warehouse operatives to work at our Banbury site.


1. To sort and pack products in a fast paced warehouse environment
2. Work with your team to achieve daily targets
3. Ensure all health and safety standards are adhered to at all times


4. Experience in a warehouse or production environment is preferred but no essential - full training will be provided
5. Ability to work well in a team and follow instructions carefully

Other information:

1. Start dates available throughout June, July and August
2. Work available through until mid November
3. A free meal is provided on every shift
4. Access to staff shop onsite

Click apply now or contact Pertemps Banbury to learn more about this great opportunity!

Reference: 52852888

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