Fancy being behind the scenes helping things run smoothly? A warehouse operative may be the job for you! You will adapt to being very organised and working in a fast-paced environment.
- Picking and packing of metal products to customer’s requirements, ensuring accurate quantities and quality of goods.
- Ensuring deliveries are made in a timely manner to the customers’ requirements.
- Moving material around various locations within the warehouse.
- Material cutting (training to be provided in house)
- Loading and unloading of vehicles (forklift training to be provided by ourselves)
- General housekeeping – ensuring warehouse is safe, clean and tidy.
- Following company procedures – including health and safety – wearing appropriate PPE which we will provide.
Monday to Friday
9.00am to 18.00pm
What is a Warehouse Operative:
A warehouse operative is expected to be organised and very good with time keeping. It’s a job that certainly keeps you on your feet and your days will go very fast. You will expected to work in a variety of warehouse environments. Work activities include taking deliveries, checking for damaged/missing items, storing goods, moving stock by various methods, picking/packing orders, loading goods for dispatch, maintaining stock records and documentation.
About Your Employer:
The UK’s largest non-ferrous metal stockholders, this is one of 18 Aalco branches in the UK based in Stoke-on-Trent.
- Good organisation skills
- Attention to detail
- Positive attitude towards people and work including a can do attitude.
- Good communication skills between departments.
- Eager to learn and develop.
Applying English & Maths To This Role:
Maths would be applicable when calculating cuts to material, weights for loading trucks and volumes i.e familiarising with various lengths for various material.
English is used completing various paperwork and computers.
GCSE Maths and English 9-4 (A*- C) or Functional Skills as equivalent
Apprenticeship Supply Chain Operative Level 2
There will be an opportunity for a full time position at the end of the apprenticeship. There are various stages for the apprentice to learn and when fully trained will be reflected within the pay scheme.