Warehouse Operatives - NDC
Want to know more about working as a Royal Mail Warehouse Operative in Northampton via Manpower?
Check out the FAQs below to get a better insight into where you’ll be working, what you’ll be doing and what you can expect in return.
Where are you based?
Royal Mail NDC
What does a Warehouse Operative do?
In this physically demanding but rewarding role, you’ll be loading and unloading packages from company vehicles. You’ll then scan, sort and label items and report any issues, for example, damaged packages or prohibited items. It involves a lot of walking and lifting while maintaining an excellent standard of service to our customers. Does that sound like something you could do?
What shifts are available?
- Mornings 6:00–14:00
- Afternoons 14:00–22:00 or 16:00-22:00
- Nights: 21:00–06:00 or 22:30–02:30
What is the site like?
We’ve got two big departments, X-doc and RDC, where we run the Track Machines. It’s a fun, well-organised and motivated place to work where everyone is always trying to achieve their goals.. Don’t worry – you’ll get thorough training during your induction so you’ll be fully equipped for the role.
What are the key benefits of working here?
We have free parking, on-site canteens with hot food/drinks, a prayer room, soft sitting area, smoking shelter and 24/7 security. Flexible shift patterns are available for part-time and full-time positions and we’re always happy to upskill staff.
How do I access the site?
There is a regular bus service from Rugby, but if you’re based elsewhere, you will probably need your own transport.
I’m interested. What happens next?
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