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Warehouse Operative

Job Type
Stevenage, Hertfordshire
£16.63 - £17.60 per hour
Job Ref
Date Added
May 14th, 2024

Please not for this position you MUST be a UK BRITISH CITIZEN

Carbon60 are looking for a Warehouse Operative to work for a client of ours based in Stevenage. We are working with a UK defence company who specialise in designing and producing missiles and missile systems on a site based in Stevenage.

This Warehouse Operative position is a long term contract of 12 months with the potential of extension. Due to the nature of the company you will be required to go through certain DBS/security checks.

  • Stock control / storekeeping including shelf life control.
  • Loading the manufacturing cells with the requisite jobs in accordance with planned lead and cycle times, in order to comply with manufacturing programmes and delivery schedules.
  • Packing including the use of hand tools. Receiving and issuing of tooling.
  • Updating computer records.
  • Kitting activity.
  • Loading and unloading of Lorries.

Skillset/experience required:

  • MUST have lineside experience
  • Experience in a stores environment or manufacturing control.
  • Follow instructions.
  • Willing to work flexible shift patterns.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Work on own with minimal supervision.
  • Use own initiative.
  • Manual handling training.
  • Lifting & Slinging training (Including overhead cranes).
  • ESD training.

This Warehouse Operative position is working Monday - Friday standard day hours.

If you are interested in this position and would like to know more, please contact Shelby Agius at Carbon60 Fareham.

Carbon60, Lorien & SRG - The Impellam Group STEM Portfolio are acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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