Warehouse Operative

Posted By: Liam Hardy
Salary: £11.11per hour
Location: Gateshead
Job Type: Temporary
Category: Manufacturing

Central Employment is currently recruiting a Warehouse Operator to work in a busy food production warehouse on behalf of our client based in Team Valley, Gateshead.


Primary Roles

  • To manage inward/outward stock movement whilst maintaining accuracy and integrity of the store’s inventory records
  • To develop and maintain a professional relationship with third party, carriers, courier companies
  • Ensure all stock records are kept up to date maintaining accuracy
  • Show professionalism to any offsite personnel or management

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Off load supply vehicles, ensuring they meet factory requirements
  • Visual checks on conformance of materials to factory requirements and purchase orders
  • Labelling of incoming materials / Sampling incoming materials in line with raw material intake procedure
  • To pick customer orders and assemble for departure once completed
  • Health and Safety standards to be followed and upheld including forklift use
  • Continuous stock counts (Daily/Weekly/Monthly)
  • Ensure warehouse is kept clean at all times / Ensure correct PPE is used

Candidate Requirements 

  • Valid Counterbalance or Reach Truck Licence essential
  • Manual Handling Experience
  • Previous experience in a similar role


Rate of Pay

£11.11 per hour



40 hours per week or 36 hours – 3×12 hours per week (To be confirmed)



This role is ongoing with the opportunity for the right candidate to become a permanent employee after 12 weeks


Location: NE11


Please apply online (attaching your CV). Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to each one individually, but please be assured that we will contact all applicants selected for interview in due course. Central Employment is an Equal Opportunities employer.

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