Warehouse

Quality Inspector (Goods Inwards)

What’s on offer?
Paying between £24,000 and £30,000
Monday to Friday 8.00am till 4.30pm
Permanent position
Company Sick Pay
Cycle to Work Scheme
Healthcare Scheme
Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
GP24 Service
Life Insurance
A warm and friendly working environment
Free onsite parking
Major Recruitment are looking for an experienced Goods Inwards Inspector to join our clients’ dynamic team based in Stokesley.
The successful candidate will ensure that all incoming goods and materials meet the required quality standards and specifications, verifying their compliance through inspection, testing, and documentation, thus facilitating smooth operations within the organisation. Making sure non-conforming product does not leave the GI area until any deviations have been resolved or written permission has been obtained to release the product.
Main Responsibilities:
  • Inspect and assess incoming goods and materials against specifications and quality standards.
  • Conduct visual inspections, measurements, and tests ensuring all supplied items are processed within the agreed turnaround time scales

  • Conduct relevant documentation checks in accordance with our goods inwards procedures

  • Identify and document any non-conformities, defects, or discrepancies.

  • Collaborate with suppliers and internal stakeholders to resolve issues related to quality or specifications.

  • Maintain accurate records of inspections, test results, and supplier documentation.

  • Communicate inspection findings and recommendations to relevant departments.

  • Assist in the development and improvement of quality control procedures.

  • Monitor and report on supplier performance and quality trends.

  • Adhere to company procedures and health and safety policies

  • Ensure compliance with health, safety, and environmental regulations in the goods inward area.

  • Participate in internal and external audits as necessary.

  • Support 8D’s and liaise with suppliers and ensure robust corrective actions

  • Support the Goods In Team as necessary

Role Requirements:

  • Certification or training in quality control or inspection techniques

  • Qualification at an A level standard or above

  • Any warehouse best practice training.

  • Understanding of quality systems

  • Awareness of HSE, Lean and manufacturing practices.

  • Strong attention to detail and ability to spot defects or discrepancies.

  • Good understanding of quality control principles and practices.

  • Proficiency in using inspection tools and equipment.

  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

  • Computer skills for data entry and documentation

  • Familiarity with quality management systems (QMS) and ISO standards desirable

  • Have experience maintaining ERP systems

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT THE NEWTON AYCLIFFE BRANCH ON 01325 468780

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Goods Inwards Inspector

What’s on offer?
Paying between £24,000 and £30,000
Monday to Friday 8.00am till 4.30pm
Permanent position
Company Sick Pay
Cycle to Work Scheme
Healthcare Scheme
Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
GP24 Service
Life Insurance
A warm and friendly working environment
Free onsite parking
Major Recruitment are looking for an experienced Goods Inwards Inspector to join our clients’ dynamic team based in Stokesley.
The successful candidate will ensure that all incoming goods and materials meet the required quality standards and specifications, verifying their compliance through inspection, testing, and documentation, thus facilitating smooth operations within the organisation. Making sure non-conforming product does not leave the GI area until any deviations have been resolved or written permission has been obtained to release the product.
Main Responsibilities:
  • Inspect and assess incoming goods and materials against specifications and quality standards.
  • Conduct visual inspections, measurements, and tests ensuring all supplied items are processed within the agreed turnaround time scales

  • Conduct relevant documentation checks in accordance with our goods inwards procedures

  • Identify and document any non-conformities, defects, or discrepancies.

  • Collaborate with suppliers and internal stakeholders to resolve issues related to quality or specifications.

  • Maintain accurate records of inspections, test results, and supplier documentation.

  • Communicate inspection findings and recommendations to relevant departments.

  • Assist in the development and improvement of quality control procedures.

  • Monitor and report on supplier performance and quality trends.

  • Adhere to company procedures and health and safety policies

  • Ensure compliance with health, safety, and environmental regulations in the goods inward area.

  • Participate in internal and external audits as necessary.

  • Support 8D’s and liaise with suppliers and ensure robust corrective actions

  • Support the Goods In Team as necessary

Role Requirements:

  • Certification or training in quality control or inspection techniques

  • Qualification at an A level standard or above

  • Any warehouse best practice training.

  • Understanding of quality systems

  • Awareness of HSE, Lean and manufacturing practices.

  • Strong attention to detail and ability to spot defects or discrepancies.

  • Good understanding of quality control principles and practices.

  • Proficiency in using inspection tools and equipment.

  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

  • Computer skills for data entry and documentation

  • Familiarity with quality management systems (QMS) and ISO standards desirable

  • Have experience maintaining ERP systems

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT THE NEWTON AYCLIFFE BRANCH ON 01325 468780

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Stores Manager

What’s on offer?
Paying between £33,000 and £38,000
Monday to Friday 8.00am till 4.30pm
Permanent position
Company Sick Pay
Cycle to Work Scheme
Healthcare Scheme
Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
GP24 Service
Life Insurance
A warm and friendly working environment
Free onsite parking
Major Recruitment are looking for an experienced Stores Manager to join our clients’ dynamic team based in Stokesley.
The successful candidate will be a customer oriented, strong warehouse leader, responsible for leading the stores/warehouse team, ensuring efficient warehouse organisation, material flow inventory control/accuracy, stock management, and support the on time delivery of materials to support manufacturing operations.
Main Responsibilities:
  • Play an active role in the Operations Management Team and contribute to the delivery of the Operations & Company strategies.

  • Oversee all stores and good inwards activities including but not limited to:

    • Receiving goods from suppliers.

    • Component storage.

    • Component picking and kitting.

    • Kit and component delivery to internal customers,

  • Manage and develop the store’s team, including hiring, training, performance management and development.

  • Foster a culture of continuous improvement, lean thinking, and internal/external customer service excellence

  • Drive continuous improvement in inventory accuracy, stock, and space utilisation, utilising technology where applicable.

  • Utilise and improve ERP system accuracy and utilisation to support accurate order planning and customer satisfaction.

  • Implement and maintain effective stock control systems, processes, and procedures aligned with regulations and compliance.

  • Work alongside relevant departments supporting financial and certifications audits.

  • Develop and maintain key departmental KPIs highlighting areas for improvement and reporting efficiencies.

  • Work closely with the manufacturing department to ensure timely material availability in line with production plans and ad-hoc requests.

  • Actively participate in the new product introduction process, ensuring effective participation in cross functional teams and help achieve on time delivery of projects.

  • Implement visual management systems (e.g., 5S, KanBan) for organised and efficient warehouse operations.

  • Ensure compliance with health, safety, security and environmental regulations within the warehouse.

  • Collaborate with materials planning and purchasing to maintain optimal stock levels, manage slow-moving inventory and execute component obsolescence.

  • Ensure component shelf life management practices are implemented and Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) handling and storage requirements are in place and issues flown back up the supply chain where required.

  • Champion the company core values, leading by example and setting the standard across the Operations department.

About you:

  • 2 years + Experience managing a stores department in a Manufacturing Environment
  • People Management
  • Leading and hosting Audits
  • Developing and reporting KPIs
  • Health & Safety and compliance
  • Proficient with ERP systems
  • Report generation and interrogation
  • Proficient in Microsoft and Google work suites
  • Written and communication skills
  • Financially astute
  • IOSH Qualification (desirable but not essential)
  • Understanding of LEAN manufacturing (desirable but not essential)

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT THE NEWTON AYCLIFFE BRANCH ON 01325 468780

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Warehouse Operative – Newport

Job Title: Assembly Operator

Location: Newport NP11 7HZ

Pay Rate: £11.54 – £23.08 per hour

£11.54 per hour (Basic) – Worked hours within shift pattern
£14.42 per hour (Overtime x 1.25) – apply for any worked hours within Mon-Fri on top of the assigned shift
£17.31per hour (Overtime x 1.5) – apply for worked hours on Saturday
£23.08 per hour (Overtime x 2) – apply for worked hours on Sunday

Weekly Pay
Position is Temp to Perm

Shift:
Rotation Shift:
Week 1: Mon-Fri 06:00-14:00
Week 2: Mon-Fri 14:00-22:00

Please note that during first few weeks you will be required to work Mon-Fri 08:00-16:00, and you will be transferred to rotation shift upon your training completion.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • No experience required; fully paid training is provided.
  • Ability to work in a factory environment.
  • Good attention to detail and quality standards.

Workplace:
The factory is located in Newport NP11 7HZ. It is a modern, recently renovated facility specialised in the development and manufacture extensive range of plastic moulds and automotive parts. The workplace offers excellent working conditions and is committed to providing the best quality of service. Employees at this facility have many years of experience and dedication to their work.
We are seeking for a candidate who is ready to join our team, receive comprehensive training within a supportive environment and explore permanent job prospects.

Job Description:
As an Assembly Operator, you will be responsible for working on individual stations within our manufacturing facility. Your primary role will be to contribute to the assembly process of plastic moulds for vehicles. This involves operating machinery, monitoring production processes, and ensuring that products meet quality standards.

  • Measuring, grading, and adding raw materials to machines.
  • Operating production line equipment like conveyors and hoists.
  • Checking quality, adjusting controls, and monitoring output.
  • Making products on a production line.
  • Cleaning and maintaining work areas and machines.
  • Notifying maintenance about equipment issues.
  • Assembling parts into finished products.
  • Fitting parts to machinery and finishing products.
  • Shaping parts and using tools like sanders.
  • Operating preset machines and computer-controlled tools.
  • Checking product quality.
  • Trimming excess material from products.
  • Ensuring parts meet standards.
  • Keeping records of materials used and items produced.
  • Packing goods for shipment using appropriate materials.
  • Labeling and stacking packaged goods.
  • Contributing to improving processes.

Benefits:

  • Competitive pay rates with overtime opportunities.
  • Weekly payments
  • Training and development opportunities to enhance skills.
  • Opportunities for career advancement within the company.
  • Friendly and supportive work environment.

How to Apply:

Apply now and become a part of our team as an Assembly Operator at our Newport facility. We offer a quick and easy registration process, and an immediate start.

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Warehouse Operative

Warehouse Operative Role

  • Based in Thetford
  • Warehouse operative
  • Monday – Friday
  • 0800-1630
  • £11.55 p/h
  • Overtime available at time and a half
  • Involves heavy lifting
  • Working in cold environment

Major Recruitment are looking for Warehouse Operatives for our well established client in Thetford. We are looking for somebody to not only support increased demand and general handball around the warehouse. This is a temp to perm position and after a successful trial period you may be offered a full-time contract.

Warehouse Operative duties will include:

  • Working in cold environment
  • Stacking boxes
  • Heavy lifting
  • Manual work & general warehouse duties
  • Repacking

Ideal candidate will have:

  • Good work ethic and attitude
  • Able to complete manual work
  • happy to work in cold temperatures.
  • Good time keeping
  • Ideally some warehouse operative experience but not essential

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Process Operative

Location: Richmond, North Yorkshire

Salary: £11.56 – £17.34 per hour (overtime available)

Schedule: Monday to Friday 7am – varied (Expected hours 40 – 50 per week)

Position: Full-time, temp to perm position

Major Recruitment are recruiting on behalf of our very well-established and succesful client for dedicated and hard-working Production Process Operatives to join their team due to increased production demands. In this role, you will be responsible for the manual setup of concrete panel beds, from preparation to production. This is a physically demanding job, but it comes with the reward of developing your skills in a great work atmosphere.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the manual setup of concrete panel beds.
  • Prepare materials and equipment for production.
  • Operate within safety and quality guidelines.
  • Maintain cleanliness and organisation of the work area.

Requirements:

  • Must have your own transport (there is no public transport available to site)
  • Hard-working and reliable with a strong work ethic.
  • Physical fitness to handle manual tasks.
  • Ability to work well as part of a team.

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Factory Operative – Newport

Job Title: Production Operative

Location: Newport NP11 7HZ

Pay Rate: £11.77 – £23.54 per hour

£11.77 per hour (Basic) – Worked hours within shift pattern
£14.71 per hour (Overtime x 1.25) – apply for any worked hours within Mon-Fri on top of the assigned shift
£17.65 per hour (Overtime x 1.5) – apply for worked hours on Saturday
£23.54 per hour (Overtime x 2) – apply for worked hours on Sunday

Weekly Pay
Position is Temp to Perm

Shift:
3-shift Rotation:
Week 1 – Mon-Fri 06:00-14:00
Week 2 – Mon-Fri 14:00-22:00
Week 3 – Sun-Thu 22:00-06:00

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • No experience required; fully paid training is provided.
  • Ability to work in a factory environment.
  • Good attention to detail and quality standards.

Workplace:
The factory is located in Newport NP11 7HZ. It is a modern, recently renovated facility specialised in the development and manufacture extensive range of plastic moulds and automotive parts. The workplace offers excellent working conditions and is committed to providing the best quality of service. Employees at this facility have many years of experience and dedication to their work.
We are seeking for a candidate who is ready to join our team, receive comprehensive training within a supportive environment and explore permanent job prospects.

Job Description:
As a Production Operative, you will be responsible for working on individual stations within our manufacturing facility. Your primary role will be to contribute to the production process of plastic moulds for vehicles. This involves operating machinery, monitoring production processes, and ensuring that products meet quality standards.

  • Measuring, grading, and adding raw materials to machines.
  • Operating production line equipment like conveyors and hoists.
  • Checking quality, adjusting controls, and monitoring output.
  • Making products on a production line.
  • Cleaning and maintaining work areas and machines.
  • Notifying maintenance about equipment issues.
  • Assembling parts into finished products.
  • Fitting parts to machinery and finishing products.
  • Shaping parts and using tools like sanders.
  • Operating preset machines and computer-controlled tools.
  • Checking product quality.
  • Trimming excess material from products.
  • Ensuring parts meet standards.
  • Keeping records of materials used and items produced.
  • Packing goods for shipment using appropriate materials.
  • Labeling and stacking packaged goods.
  • Contributing to improving processes.

Benefits:

  • Competitive pay rates with overtime opportunities.
  • Weekly payments
  • Training and development opportunities to enhance skills.
  • Opportunities for career advancement within the company.
  • Friendly and supportive work environment.

How to Apply:

Apply now and become a part of our team as a Production Operative at our Newport facility. We offer a quick and easy registration process, and an immediate start.

INDTG