Warehouse Picker Operative

Posted 17 July by CastleView Group
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CastleView Group are acting as a training and employment company, we are committed to the selection, training, recruitment and development of the top-quality people, basing decisions and judgments completely on suitability for the job and upskilling.

Our Client is looking to recruit several Warehouse / Picker Operatives to join a Friendly team in a well-established Company. We are wanting motivated driven candidates who want to learn new skills and gain new experiences to progress within their career.

Duties in the workplace will include:

  • Working in a very busy distribution environment
  • Picking orders from pallets to cages using AMT (Arm Mounted Terminal)
  • Using a LLOP (Low Level Order Picker)
  • Operating a hand-held scanner to pick and pack items ready to dispatch
  • Labelling products appropriately
  • Hand balling products from containers
  • Labelling products appropriately
  • Working to strict company deadline and targets
  • General warehouse duties
  • Adhering to strict health and safety rules and regulations

The ideal candidate will be a good team player and hardworking and reliable. Good chance of a permanent positon for the right candidate

All Training Provided

Day shift: 0600 - 1400 & 1400 - 2200 rotating, includes 1 in 2 weekends

Night shift: 2200 - 0600 operates Sunday to Friday

Pay rates are £8.21ph - £9.20ph for day shift and £9.02 - £10.12 for night shift depending on performance, increased at weekends.

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