• Independent multi-sector recruitment specialist

Northallerton

FLT Driver

What’s on offer for an FLT Driver?

  • £11.55 an hour
  • 40 hours each week – Permanent Morning Shift Monday to Friday 6am-2pm
  • Weekly pay every Friday
  • A temporary to permanent contract
  • A warm and friendly working environment
  • Full onsite training
  • Free onsite parking
  • Benefits: 24/7 medical Advice, Retail discounts and Gym membership discounts
  • Canteen

Our client is a well-established, multi-site, food manufacturer based in the heart of North Yorkshire. Based across their sites, they have seen impressive growth year on year, with further growth plans for 2021. They supply their products into brand named manufacturers that supplies most retailers in the UK. An opportunity for an FLT Driver to join their team on a temporary to permanent basis at their Leeming Bar Site.

This opportunity as an FLT Driver, gives you the chance to work with one of the most successful food manufacturers in the region.

As an FLT Driver, you will join their back shift on a permanent back shift 2:40pm-11:30pm

Production Operative Duties:

  • Daily meetings with the team leader or supervisor
  • To help prioritise workloads within the department / designated warehouse area
  • To deal with the movement of products within the warehouse, using a Counterbalance FLT
  • Picking and packing duties when required, and taking instructions from supervisors and management
  • Loading and unloading wagons
  • Maintain the company’s health & safety standards at all times
  • To follow all legal and company requirements to the use of forklifts in the Warehouse

Role Requirements:

  • Experience of working in a warehouse environment
  • An in date Counterbalance Licence (RTITB / ITTSAR)
  • Must be punctual
  • Experience of working to targets
  • Communicates effectively on all levels
  • Professional attitude to work
  • Able to work with own initiative

*Please note, that due to the location of the client’s sites, your own transport is advised due to their rural location and limited public transport routes for shift start times*