Cellnutrition UK Limited are looking for an enthusiastic self-starter as a warehousing and logistics apprentice to join a small, hard-working but fun team based on Sunderland Enterprise Park Working for the facilities manager, the apprentice will be assisting with handling orders and preparing them for shipping, managing goods deliveries and
Role may involve carrying so good physical health is necessary
Good English and Maths is essential
Telephone and Face to face communications skills
Other Languages, particularly Arabic, could be an advantage
Able to use initiative
Attention to detail
Able to follow instructions
A desire to learn
GSCE Maths & English at 9-4 or A*- C or equivalent
This vacancy could lead to a full time warehouse and logistics manager position including professional certification, the first footing on a strong and desirable career pathway
This role will involve heavy lifting and will involve some tedious tasks although these will be broken up with more interesting work.
May require occasional weekend work
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