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PPT Driver

PPT Driver

  • Location

    Sheffield

  • Sector:

    Logistics

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £8.50 (Increasing to £9.20 after 12 weeks)

  • Contact:

    Malgorzata Ayres

  • Salary high:

    9

  • Salary low:

    8

  • Job ref:

    GBPPTSHEF

  • Published:

    about 1 year ago

  • Duration:

    Temp to Perm

  • Expiry date:

    2018-01-03

  • Startdate:

    Immediate

Are you a PPT Driver looking for regular work? Flexible working hours and set shift patterns? Then look no further! Why not join #TeamAssist

We are currently recruiting for several PPT Drivers (Powered Pallet truck) for both Day and Night shifts for our client based in Sheffield.

Candidates must have at least 12-months previous experience working within a Warehouse environment. Applicants applying must also hold a PPT Licence valid for a minimum of 6 months.

This is a fantastic temp to perm opportunity for candidates that prove to be hard working, flexible and reliable.

 

Job Location - S9 1RF

Day Shifts

6am-2pm paid at £7.50ph on a 5 out of 7-day shift pattern, increasing to £8.20 per hour after 12 weeks service.

2pm-10pm paid at £8.00ph 5 out of 7-day shift pattern, increasing to £8.70 per hour after 12 weeks service.

 

Night Shifts

Fixed Nights - 10pm-6am, paid at £8.50ph on a 5 out of 7-day shift pattern. Increasing to £9.20 per hour after 12 weeks service.

 

Benefits

• Pension scheme

• Full training provided

• Free Parking

 

Day to day duties Include;

• Goods in – Receiving goods into the warehouse

• Sorting / replenishing pick locations

• Picking – Locating goods and picking customer orders

• Packing – packing picked items ready to ship to customers

• Recording goods / taking inventory

• Loading / Unloading vehicles

• Preparing goods for dispatch

 

 

Are you over 18?

Do you have a valid Reach Truck License?

Are you available to start immediately?