Posted on 13th June 2018
At Shredded Neat we have a need for an additional HGV driver and warehouseman, so here are the details in case anyone was looking around for a fresh role.
HGV class 2 driver/warehouse operative for Shredded Neat
What we need you to be able to do! This is a varied and manually intensive role, which includes the following:
Driving: to carry out the collection of materials, (both confidential and non-confidential – paper, cardboard, polythene and electrical), at customer’s premises, in a range of vehicles, 3.5, 4.5 and 12.0t trucks
Where necessary to securely shred materials, either on customer’s premises or at Shredded Neat’s Depot in Ditchling Common, near Hassocks.
Warehouse duties: including but not limited to the operation of the baling machine, static shredder, loading/unloading vehicles, maintaining cleanliness of warehouse and vehicles.
Forklift experience, although not essential and we can provide training
Anyone interested should call the depot on 0800 234 6660 and speak to Mike or Jack, or alternatively send their CV through to firstname.lastname@example.org we would love to hear from you.
Mark Hadley BSc FRSA MIEMA ARCS MioEE
Business Development Director
Office – 0800 2346660 Mobile – 07851 849813
Units M & N, Tidy Industrial Estate, Ditchling Common,
Hassocks, BN6 8SG
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