Supply Chain Warehouse Operative Apprentice - John Mason International Ltd - KA 118

Company overview:

Based in Huyton, Liverpool and operating for over 137 years, John Mason International are one of the UKs largest international removals companies, helping more than 10,000 people move each year.

Key responsibilities for the role:

  • To assist the warehouse team to carry out all functions involved with warehouse activities.
  • Manual handling or lifting
  • The safe loading and unloading of all containers and to advise shipping department of any discrepancies
  • To transport household goods to/from vehicles.
  • To export pack goods as required and ensure correct labelling/marking
  • To liaise with shipping department and ensure paperwork for each move is complete.
  • To ensure that all warehouse movement and warehouse handling computer records are maintained.
  • To ensure maximum warehouse space utilisation and efficiency.
  • To ensure that the company site / warehouse is clean and tidy.
  • General maintenance to ensure that the company buildings/grounds are properly maintained.
  • To ensure the efficient dispatch/receipt of goods.
  • To ensure that all export moves are accompanied by a packing list

Full training in Export Packing and Manual Handling will be provided.

Key skills to be successful in your application are:

  • Hard working
  • Team work skills

Location: Wilson Road, Huyton 
Contracted hours: 8am til 4pm 
Hourly rate of pay: TBC
Closing date: 19 January, 2022

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