I would like to express my sincere gratitude to Mrs Peplinska for her cooperation, helpfulness and competence in assisting me in my job search. I thank her for her professional and respectful approach to business. It was a pleasure to deal with her and I wish her all the best in future.
Packer jobs pack a variety of items for distribution. Packer jobs use a selection of packing methods to contain and protect items so that it can be transported safely. The particular method packer jobs use depends upon the type of item, its value, where it is being sent and how it will be despatched.
Packer jobs may work for warehouses within manufacturers, wholesalers, retail shops, department stores, mail order operations or some packer jobs may work for charities.
Some packer jobs operate machines that do the packing work for the packers,the packers will be responsible for loading the machine with raw materials, the packer jobs will then put the items in boxes and then attach the labels.
Some packer jobs deal with raw materials include paper, cardboard, tissue paper and bubble wrap. In some cases packer jobs may also have to group together different garments in accordance with a delivery note, and then the packers weigh and label the final packaging.
Duties and requirements of a Warehouse Packer
Pick Packers are detail-oriented problem solvers who can think quantitatively and notice defects and errors quickly. When problems arise, they must be able to act quickly and decisively. In order to be successful, the Pick Packer also has great communication skills and is able to work as a team member with a wide variety of people in the supply chain.
- Having basic mathematical abilities
- Demonstrating verbal and written communication skills
- Being proficient in basic computer applications
- Being able to stand for long periods of time and lift heavy objects
Packer jobs usually work 37 to 40 hours a week, although most packer jobs shift work patterns vary. Packer jobs might have to work shifts, including weekends or nights. Part-time work is common for packer jobs.
Hourly rates for packer jobs range from £7.50ph for new packer jobs, to £9.00ph for experienced packer jobs.
A packer should enjoy practical work, be careful, methodical and able to follow instructions, packer jobs should be nimble-fingered for some jobs, write clearly if the job involves writing packaging labels and work well as part of a team.
Although no particular qualifications are needed for packer jobs, it is helpful to have some Key Skills qualifications, GCSEs/S grades or GNVQs/GSVQs. English, maths and practical subjects are useful.
Packer jobs can work towards NVQs/SVQs Levels 1 and 2 in Packaging Operations.
Packer jobs may progress to supervisor or chargehand, or move into other areas of work such as machining or quality control inspection.
Contact the Warehouse Division Team
Email the WarehouseDivision at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Candidates can submit a CV online using our Register online service.
Warehouse Jobs by Email
If you would like to receive notification of new warehouse job opportunities by email please subscribe to the warehouse mailing list.
Salary: £8.50 p/h
Stafffinders are currently recruiting for multi-drop van drivers in the Paisley and Glasgow area. What we need from you: -
Must have multi-drop experience within the last year
Valid UK Driving Licence (up to 3.5t)
Supporting employment references are essential.
What we can provide: -
Short/Long term contracts available
Salary: £10.50 p/h
Stafffinders are currently recruiting for a Class 2 HIAB driver on an ongoing basis with our client in Paisley.
Candidates must have:
· Class 2 HIAB
· Experience in driving Class 2 HIAB
· Checkable employment references
· Various shifts available
· Immediate starts available
· Variable rates
This vacancy is being advertised on behalf ...