Are you an experienced Warehouse Operative looking for your next role? Do you want to develop an engaging career with a business that recognises and rewards their employees? If so, we want to hear from you.
Who am I working for?
We are Fowler Welch - a leading logistics provider, we deliver a range of products and services to retailers and wholesalers across the nation. This is achieved by every employee playing an important role to ensure all our customers get the very best from the business.
Fowler Welch has a simple vision for the future: we want to continue to be a supplier-of-choice for fast-moving consumer goods among major manufacturers and retailers.
Now, we’re looking for a number of Warehouse Operatives to join our growing team in Heywood.
Are there any benefits?
We believe our employees are the driving force behind our success, which is why we offer a wide range of benefits that are exclusive to Fowler Welch staff and focus on your wellbeing. Some of these benefits can be taken advantage of from the first day you join us.
This role also offers good earning potential. Based on current employees' earnings for working up to 47.5 hours, you could earn for example on a Monday to Friday (5 from 7) days shift up to £443 per week or a Sunday to Wednesday (4 from 7) nights shift up to £495 per week - various shift patterns and hours are available.
Here are just a few of the benefits we offer:
- Competitive company pension scheme
- Life insurance and GP helpline
- Health cash plan
- Free parking across company sites
- A range of discount schemes, including gym memberships and travel insurance
What will I be doing?
As a Warehouse Operative, you’ll receive, pick and pack customer orders, using the warehouse management system as required.
You will also make use of the fork lift trucks and any other MHE to support the smooth running of the warehouse.
Sounds great! What do I need?
- Experience of working in a fast-moving warehouse environment
- A good eye for detail
- The ability to work on your own initiative
- A flexible approach
It would be brilliant if you had a full driving licence, but this isn’t essential. Experience of working with a Warehouse Management System (WMS) would also be beneficial, as would Health and Safety training, an FLT licence or RTITB standard training in any other forms of MHE.
We’re keen to hear from you if you’ve worked as a Warehouse Operative, Warehouse Assistant, Warehouse Co-ordinator, Distribution Operative, Logistics Operative, Warehousing & Distribution Operative, Picker or Packer.
Please note, we will be conducting interviews / assessments from Tuesday 17th July. Candidates will be given the opportunity to provide practical evidence of their professional qualifications.
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