News: Job Going at Shredded Neat

Posted on 7th September 2017

Part-time position with Shredded Neat Limited?

We are urgently looking for someone reliable who can help out at our Depot in Ditchling Common on a part-time basis.

Work will involve:

Driving to carry out collection of confidential waste, paper, cardboard, polythene etc., at customer’s premises, in our range of vehicles around Sussex.

To securely shred materials, either on customer’s premises or at Shredded Neat’s Depot. This role includes typical warehouse duties, baling, loading/unloading vehicles, maintaining cleanliness of warehouse/vehicles. Training provided for the right applicant on all the above, but you must have a Full and ideally clean (or very nearly clean) driving license.

You must be able to lift heavy boxes and sacks, forklift experience would be good but not essential (we can train).

What we would like!

Ideally would suit someone younger who is trying to get into proper employment as we may develop the role into a full time post in due course with other advanced training, or for someone older who doesn’t want to work a full week or has other work/commitments.

We love people who have a pleasant, can-do, positive attitude, willingness to learn and can work reliably on their own as well as part of a team. Salary dependent on skills, experience and hours, you will also need to pass a DBS check

Contact:

In the first instance contact Mike Easton at our Depot, telephone 0800 234 6660, email mike@shreddedneat.co.uk check us out at www.shreddedneat.co.uk

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