This apprenticeship vacancy is a great steppingstone into a long-term career with our thriving 50+ year old business. It gives the apprentice a great opportunity to show us their skills and enthusiasm. A large number of our team that started as an apprentice with us are now part of the senior management team, many of which have worked as part of our team for around 30 years. So, if you are looking for a long-term future in a really secure business, we welcome your application.
In your role as Apprentice Warehouse Operative you will be expected to:
- Take and manage deliveries of new stock
- Checking the delivery for damaged/missing items
- Remedial work and repacking of returned goods
- Storing goods
- Moving stock by various methods
- Picking/packing orders for despatch
- Loading goods for dispatch
- Maintaining stock records and documentation
- You will also help to maintain a clean and tidy warehouse and comply with the health and safety requirements of the role
Hawk Cycles offer a generous discount scheme for all their employees. All employees will attend regular training days to ensure they're up to date with all industry standards.
This role will become permanent upon successful completion of the apprenticeship.
This vacancy may close early if sufficient applications are received. Please ensure you apply early to avoid disappointment.
- To be successful in this role you will need to be someone with good communication skills and who is not scared of hard work
- Work well as an individual and as part of a team
You do not have to have any qualifications to be successful in your application for this role.
- Level 2 - Supply Chain Warehousing Operative Standard
Apprenticeship standards are aimed at developing skills within the Apprentice’s chosen career route, each standard has set knowledge, skills and behaviours required to be successful within the job role. This will include the completion of functional skills in maths and English. Once the apprentice has completed a minimum of 12 months training and the employer and Babcock regional trainer confirm they have met all the requirements of the standard they will be put through to end point assessment.
The end point assessment is independent from the training and includes a variety of assessment methods which test the skills and knowledge of the apprentice to ensure they are fully competent in their role.
Each Apprentice will be supported throughout the apprenticeship by a structured programme of teaching, e-learning, face to face training and workplace mentoring; this will encourage and help them to meet the requirements of the new standards and will prepare them for the end of point assessment.