Forklift Driver/Store Person


Backline Gloucester
Published
7th March 2019
Location
Gloucester
Category
Job Type
Salary / Pay
£8.00 - £9.50
Job Reference
GlosFS

Description

Our client, a leading provider of agronomy services, technology and strategic advice are on the lookout for self efficient store assistant with a forklift counter balance licence.

 

This company is looking for a candidate to assist the manager in providing first class distribution and warehousing services and to ensure efficient and effective customer service.

 

Remuneration:

Monday to Friday - 40 hour week with Overtime paid after that.

£8.50 - 9.50 for the right person

28 days holiday

 

Duties:

- To receive, store and dispatch products ensuring that appropriate company procedures are followed.

- To follow BASIS requirements within the store at all times (training will be provided)

- To perform warehousing functions to the best they can be and conform with all legal and company best practice.

 

Qualifications and Skills:

Qualified Counter Balance FLT driver

Be a qualified BASIS Storekeeper (Not essential as full training will be provided)

Class 2 'C' Licence - Preferable but not essential. (Company will train the successful candidate)

Good interpersonal skills

This is an excellent opportunity to join a highly respected company within their industry with progression available for the right person.

Due to the nature of the location, the candidate must have their own transport.

 

If you are interested in this position and would like to know more or to apply for this position then please contact either Siobahn or Adrian on 01452 904217 or email a CV to gloucester@backlinelogistics.co.uk

Immediate interviews are available.

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