Warehouse operative duties.
Loading and unloading delivery vehicles, by hand or Sack Cart.
Checking for damaged or missing items and then sorting stock for storage in the warehouse.
Taking goods to the appropriate storage space.
You will also ensure orders are packaged and labelled correctly to prevent returned orders.
Cleaning and maintaining the warehouse will also be part of the daily routine.
warehouses can be dangerous places, so following workplace health and safety rules will be essential.
We want someone who is personally responsible; is regularly present and punctual; arrives prepared for work; is committed to doing the best job possible.
We require a forward thinking individual to have enthusiasm, show initiative when needed and to be professional at all times.
Personal motivation - Commits self to work hard towards goals, shows enthusiasm.
Team Commitment - Positive participation towards team ethos and team objectives.
Adopt a flexible attitude in relation to daily duties.
Ensure work is carried out to the highest standards of health and safety with regards to themselves and that of others.
A driver's mate travels with the driver of our van, helping to load and unload deliveries.
Responsibilities vary depending on the goods being transported, but typically driver's mates assist the driver with:
Packing and loading the vehicle, taking account of the delivery order and making sure that items are easily accessible.
Checking that all of the items are accounted for against delivery sheets.
Helping unload goods at the delivery point.
Removing packaging and placing items at the customer's request.
Obtaining delivery signatures from customers.
A driver's mate needs:
A good level of general fitness and stamina.
To be reliable and punctual.
Excellent organisational skills.
Common sense and a responsible attitude.
A polite attitude towards other road users.
An awareness of health and safety issues.
Good customer service skills.
To work well in a team.