Material Handler / Overhead Crane Operator
Material Handler/FLT/Overhead Crane Operative / £9.23 - £9.78 per hour / Wolverhampton
A Material Handler / FLT Operative/ Overhead Crane Operative is required for a large steel processing company based in Wolverhampton. It is a great opportunity to join an established multi-national steel processing company, with career progression opportunities available to the right candidates.
Duties will include:
- Loading and unloading machinery and vehicles using the crane and FLT's
- Handling steel (blanks and processed packs of steel)
- Decanting stock
- Banding, packing and palletizing finished products
- Some basic PC use using the in house computer system
- Any other duties as required
Candidates MUST have experience operating FLT's/ OHC's and relative steel experience to be considered. Preferably candidates will have licences for both cranes and FLT though experienced candidates without licences will also be considered.
Position is working three shifts rotating Monday - Friday;
6am - 1:30pm Monday to Thursday. 6am - 1pm Friday
2:30pm - 9pm Monday to Thursday. 1pm - 8pm Friday
9pm - 6am Monday to Thursday
The contract works out at 37.5 hours per week, with overtime available as and when required.
The rate of pay for this role is £9.76 per hour on mornings / afternoons, whilst paying £10.41 per hour on the three shifts.
If you think this Material Handler role is right for yourself then APPLY NOW! For more information contact Stephen Parker at ASC Connections.
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Please note, if your application is suitable, one of our consultants will call you within 5 working days. If you have not heard from us within this time, your application has unfortunately been unsuccessful, however we will keep your CV on file to consider you for future opportunities.
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