Warehouse Operative /Leeds
- Permanent / Full Time
This family owned and managed weaving mill based in Pool-in-Wharfedale, West Yorkshire is looking for an individual with a good work ethic to join their team as a Warehouse Operative.
Previous experience is not necessary as full training will be given. You will need to be enthusiastic, willing to learn and have a positive attitude.
THE WAREHOUSE OPERATIVE ROLE:
Working in a small team to monitor and store yarn, releasing to production to ensure the smooth and efficient running of the weaving and warping departments. Ensuring materials comply exactly with specifications on yarn analysis sheets. Keeping the production area tidy.
Key Appointments UK Ltd will assess your suitability for the role based on the information contained in your CV and application. This includes skills, experience, education, and location.
Unfortunately, due to the high numbers of CV`s we receive, we are unable to provide specific feedback to applicants who have not been successful. You will be informed as to the outcome of your application as soon as possible if you have been unsuccessful on this occasion.
Key Appointments UK Ltd acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this role, you give consent for your CV to be processed by Key Appointments for recruitment purposes only.
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