R&M Southampton – Warehouse Operative/Driver

One of R&M branches located in Southampton is looking to employ a Warehouse Operative/Driver to join their busy team. The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of day to day picking, packing, warehouse and driving tasks. 


Salary: Negotiable/Depending on experience 

Hours: Mon-Fri 8.00 – 5.30 (with one hour lunch break) 


Benefits: Pension Scheme, Cycle to Work Scheme, Staff Christmas Party, Training and Development opportunities (City & Guilds approved training through Electrical Distributors Association). 


Main Duties: Main responsibilities to include (but not limited to): 

Receiving, handling and dispatch of goods coming into, or going out of the stores or warehouse. 

Unloading and checking goods, correctly storing them, picking, packing and dispatching customer orders, entering details of received goods onto a computer system, keeping the warehouse area in an acceptable condition. 

Responsible for ensuring any vehicle taken onto the public highway is safe to use and is correctly loaded. 

Responsible for the distribution of goods within a specified area and any other related tasks as specified on a daily basis by the branch manager. 

To ensure all dealings with customers and suppliers are conducted in a professional and courteous manner. 

All tasks to be performed in compliance with the groups Health & Safety and Quality Control systems, and within the scope of British law. 


Key Skills: Essential skills needed: 

Good organisational and time management skills 

Accuracy and attention to detail 

Good IT skills for data entry 

Ability to work as part of a team, but also with own initiative 

Ability to function under pressure and with an understanding of priorities relating to customer service 


Training: Training will be given on all aspects of the liaison with suppliers & customers and any additional IT required. 


To Apply: Please apply for this position by submitting your CV to Marc.Shortridge@rm-electrical.com


Closing Date: 3rd May 2019