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Warehouse & Logistics Trainer - Nottingham

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Company: Page Personnel
Contract: PERM
Location: Nottingham, United Kingdom


  • A great opportunity for someone to progress within a logistics training role!
  • Based on the outskirts of Nottingham...

About Our Client

You will be joining a business that has experienced rapid growth over the last 6 years and have been operational since 1956 across the manufacturing industry! The business have 6 sites based across the United Kingdom and are looking to enhance their training & compliance department.

Job Description

As a Warehouse & Logistics Trainer you will commute to the Nottingham site on a daily basis and report into the Head of Operations. You will be responsible for the training and delivery of a mixture of FLT and general warehousing classes for a team of around 110 employees annually.

  • Be motivated by supporting new and existing colleagues on the skills needed to do their role, championing safe, efficient and professional behaviours
  • Conduct a mixture of MHE Instruction along with general day-to-day warehouse training (manual handling, stock picking, etc).
  • Work in partnership with the departments maintaining high levels of safety and compliance
  • Manage training records, retain all colleagues MHE licenses and re-assessments
  • Ensure facility inspections both pre and post shift are completed
  • Conduct audits on licences, Warehouse racking and equipment
  • Report and investigate any MHE/Environment damage

The Successful Applicant

The successful Warehouse & Logistics Trainer will have a background in warehousing & logistics and also come with experience in a similar opportunity:

  • Be RTITB or ITTSAR accredited or hold a IPAF operating license.
  • Have manual handling instructor experience.
  • Experience and a passion for training groups of warehouse operatives.
  • The ideal candidate should have some experience in dealing with Health & Safety such as the recording, reporting, and investigation of accidents, and RIDDOR reporting.
  • Good organisation skills with an excellent attention to detail, the Forklift Trainer will deliver the following MHE Training Programmes to an excellent standard and on time - VNA, Flexi, Counterbalance, LLOP, etc.
  • Commutable to the Nottingham area.

What's on Offer

  • £23,000-£28,000
  • 33 days per year holiday
  • Eligible for the annual bonus scheme (up to £3,000)
 
 
 
 
 





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