- NAS Reference
- Weekly wage
40.00 per week
- Working Week
Monday - Friday, 10.00am - 19.00pm, 2 x 15 mins breaks and a 30 min lunch break.
- Date Posted
- Start Date
- Expected Duration
Now Taking Applications
Supply chain warehouse operative
- Employment Type
Intermediate Level Apprenticeship
Description of Opportunity
You will be joining a friendly team within our modern & clean factory. This role is varied as we assemble and manufacture some of our products onsite. igus manufactures polymer bearings, energy chain systems, readychain, linear systems and 3D printed parts. Our customers are from all different types of industries.
For more information about this vacancy please contact Tracey Chaplin
email@example.com - INTEC BUSINESS COLLEGES LIMITED (Ref ID: VAC001789912)
Good attention to detail for accuracy with assembly and picking
GCSE (or equivalent) grades A-C/8-4 in English & maths is desirable but not essential
A hardworking attitude - the job is varied and some days may involve a lot of heavy lifting
A team player who will support the factory team to maintain low error rates while getting a high volume of orders out the door
Somebody who can use their initiative and support throughout the factory as necessary
Willing to learn
Free onsite parking
Breakfast and lunch provided
Pay is above the national minimum apprenticeship wage
Employee assistance programme with a wellbeing app
Clean and modern factory environment
Developmental opportunities to study further
Access to Brackmills must be achievable for you
We only hire once the candidate has completed a paid trial period. We can accommodate the candidate with the timing of this, but it’s important to know that you will like the role and be a fit for our company
We are a company that promotes from within. We hope after completing a level 2 that we can then further develop a candidate onto higher levels. There is always the opportunity for progression with the right candidate within this business.
Günter Blase began igus® back on 15th October 1964 in a double garage in Cologne. For the first 20 years, the company worked as a supplier of complex technical polymer components. However, in 1983, Frank Blase established reinforced plastic energy chain systems and injection moulded polymer bearings as two distinct product groups and set up a network of sales engineers. These seemingly unrelated products are linked together through the belief in making functionally advanced, yet affordable polymer components and assemblies.
Between 1985 and 2016, igus® grew from 40 to more than 2,950 employees distributed between the head office in Germany and 35 subsidiary companies around the world. igus® also has representative partners in more than 35 other countries. igus® will continue to invest in expansion in the coming years, thanks to the opportunities for growth provided by modern materials.