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Baggage Screener Job In So15, Southampton, Hampshire

United Kingdom, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Published 2021-12-16
Expires 2022-01-16
ID #795988455
9 £
Baggage Screener Job In So15, Southampton, Hampshire
United Kingdom, Hampshire, United Kingdom,
Published December 16, 2021

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Hourly
Occupation: Baggage screener
Min. Salary: 9.30


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BardWood Support Services is a leading recruitment company to the FM industry since 2015. A fantastic opportunity has arisen for Baggage screeners to work on behalf of our well know client.
The ideal candidate will possess the skills to deliver an effective and efficient service to the client.
NO SIA NEEDED
Pay rate - 9.30
Location - Southhampton
Shift pattern - up to 12 hour shifts (days, nights, weekends)
Duties – operating x-ray machines, checking and lifting baggage, delivering excellent customer service
We are looking for Traffic Marshalls to start as soon as possible.
You must have:
·5 year checkable work history
·Excellent communication
·Excellent customer service
Skills needed:
·Excellent customer service skills
·Possess the ability to work under pressure
·Effective Communicator
·Display a polite and professional attitude to internal and external guests
·The ability to work independently or as a team
For an immediate interview for this Traffic Marshall role, please apply today

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    Bardwood Support Services Limited
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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