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Careers at Wetherby Group

Are you interested in joining our team?

Our current vacancies are listed below, if you are interested in applying, please send your CV to recruitment@wetherbygroup.com

 

Production Operative

Our production operatives are responsible for the accurate manufacture of powder-based, water-based and solvent-based performance building products including through-coloured renders, screeds, adhesives, mortars, exterior wall coatings & paints.

Key Responsibilities

  • Batch manufacture of performance building products and renders from raw material through to final finished product
  • Packaging, labelling and palletising finished goods
  • Movement of raw materials and finished goods
  • Equipment cleaning and work area housekeeping
  • Accurate recording of manufacturing process to ensure quality and environmental standards are maintained
  • Assist with stocktaking on a periodic basis
  • Ensure testing of manufactured product is carried out in line with company Quality Assurance procedures

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • Experience in a similar manufacturing role is desirable but full training will be given
  • Current fork lift truck licence preferred but we will support experienced FLT drivers to renew licences if required
  • Punctual and reliable with a flexible approach to work
  • Enthusiastic and  conscientious with the ability to work quickly and accurately

Working Hours:  Monday to Friday – 8am to 5pm

Salary negotiable depending on experience

Warehouse Operative

As a member of our warehouse team you will assist in the day to day operations of our busy raw material and finished goods warehouse and distribution function. You will help co-ordinate the efficient receipt of goods in and the effective despatch of goods out while ensuring that all stock controls and processes are adhered to.

Key Responsibilities

  • Effectively manage incoming deliveries of raw materials, product packaging and finished goods
  • Ensure that all goods in and out are correctly recorded and stored appropriately
  • Ensure that stock rotation controls are adhered to
  • Maintain high levels of housekeeping
  • Operate all machinery including fork lift trucks in a safe and professional manner
  • Carry out daily inspections of all forklift trucks in line with current LOLER guidelines
  • Ensure that all working practices are maintained in line with current health and safety regulations
  • Assist with periodic stock checks

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • Current fork lift truck licence preferred but we will support experienced FLT drivers to renew licences if required
  • Warehousing and distribution experience is desirable but full training will be given
  • Organised with good IT and numaracy skills
  • Ability to work as part of a small but busy team
  • Able to work well under pressure and meet deadlines with confidence

Working Hours:  Monday to Friday – 8am to 5pm

Salary negotiable depending on experience