Warehouse Operative Picking/packing Job In Milton Keynes, Osborne Appointments

Published 2022-08-09
Expires 2022-09-09
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Warehouse Operative Picking/packing Job In Milton Keynes, Osborne Appointments
United Kingdom, Bedfordshire, Bedfordshire,
Published August 9, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Temporary
Salary type: Hourly
Occupation: Warehouse operative picking/packing
Min. Salary: 11.00

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We are currently recruiting for Pickers and Packers to work at the H&M warehouse based in Magna Park, MK17 7AB, Milton Keynes.

Would you like to work for a company that offers an opportunity of getting a permanent contract and a number of fantastic benefits such as sample sales? If yes, this is a perfect opportunity for you!

Osborne Appointments are proud to be looking for Pickers and Packers on behalf of a huge high street retailer. We are looking for motivated, positive individuals who would like to join our client’s team in helping to fulfil their customer promise.

Do you think you can be one of the H&M’s next Pickers and Packers?

What we can offer:

Possibility of permanent employment after 12 weeks
Fully paid induction and training
Working at a heavily automated and modern site
Excellent pay rates / Weekly pay
Opportunity to work overtime (paid at x1.5 rate)
Free on-site parking
Onsite support available 7 days a week
Subsidies canteen
Free luxury hot drinks
Good public transport to Magna Park from Central Milton Keynes
Pay Rate: £11.00 – £13 p/h Over-time Rate: £16.50 - £19.5 p/h

What we expect:

Ability to work both AM and PM shift
Ability to work any 5 days in a week (rota provided in advance)
Good communication skills
What will you be doing as a Pickers and Packers:

Picking stock using hand scanner
Packing customer’s orders
Putting the stock away to correct locations
(Various duties depending on the department)

We have a number of Pickers and Packers  positions available with immediate starts!

If this position sounds like you – call us now at (phone number removed).

This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of Osborne Appointments who are acting as a recruitment agency. Your application will be considered in competition with others and we will be in contact with you within 3 days

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    Osborne Appointments
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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