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Cargo Warehouse Operative

Right Now Elite Services (Division of Right Now Group) are currently recruiting for Warehouse Cargo Operatives for a very large global parcel company based at East Midlands Airport (DE74 2SA) for a variety of shifts.

No previous experience is required.

Full training will be provided for this role and this position will start ASAP

This would be a great opportunity for individuals who are looking for additional work around their current job / commitments.

Shift Options:

Shift A (part time)

Tuesday – Friday

01:30 – 05:00

Sunday

20:00 – 05:00 (includes half hour break)

Shift B (part time)

Monday – Thursday

19:15-23:30

Friday 19:15-00:30

Shift A & B combined: (full time)

Monday – Thursday

19:15-23:30

Friday 19:15-00:30

&

Tuesday – Friday

01:30 – 05:00

Sunday

20:00 – 05:00 (includes half hour break)

You will receive:

Weekly Pay
Free Parking
Staff Canteen
Optional overtimeHourly rate:

Day 1: £12.00ph
12 weeks: £12.50ph
26 weeks: £13.20phWarehouse Cargo Operative Duties will include:

Working in a Warehouse Environment
Loading and Unloading Parcels onto X-ray machine, Conveyor belts and vehicles
Using a handheld scanner, Parcels will need to be scanned as they travel through the facility.
Faced Paced environment but adhering to all Health and Safety instructionsThis position will involve repetitive manual lifting and some parcels could weigh anything up to 20 Kgs.

It is essential that you have a good level of fitness.

For this Role you will need:

Safety Boots / Steel Toe capped boots (You will need to bring these)For this role we will need to apply for a DBS check (Criminal Record Check) to confirm that you do not have any disqualifying criminal convictions and you will also need to complete some aviation security training called CO Training (Cargo Operative Training) which we will put you through, this training is completed online and takes approximately 1 hour 30 minutes to complete. The cost for the DBS and CO training will come to a total of £105 and this will be deducted from your first weeks

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