We have over 50 hubs across the UK made up of high street branches and onsite managed service solutions. Our teams supply unskilled and semi-skilled workers to manufacturing, logistics, and FMCG businesses, amongst other blue-collar roles. Our services range from providing ad-hoc support when an extra pair of hands is needed, to supplying reliable teams of onsite recruiters who can source and manage thousands of temporary workers.
Warehouses store products to ensure supermarket shelves are kept full and clothing stores receive the new season’s fashion stocks. Many roles involve taking the delivery of goods and packing orders for dispatch. Every job is integral to ensure the whole process runs smoothly.
loaders and unloaders
flt and vna drivers
management and team leaders
If you are committed to the job, there are many routes you can take for career progression in a warehouse environment. With experience you could become a team leader, shift supervisor or warehouse manager. You could also move into quality control, freight planning or distribution.
Manufacturing involves creating new products, either from raw materials or from pre-made components. It is a broad field, so there are many job titles that encompass a variety of responsibilities. Typical jobs involve working on the mechanical, physical or chemical transformation of materials to create these new products. Manufacturing plants and factories need more than just people who work on a production line; an efficient operation requires employees in numerous roles, including management and quality assurance. There are hundreds of roles in manufacturing, all differing dependent on the products being made.
assemblers and fabricators: putting together pieces of products and assemble them. Most assemblers and fabricators work in manufacturing plants using their hands, tools and machines.
brazers, welders, solderers and cutters: using equipment to cut and join metal parts. These positions require an eye for detail, the ability to operate equipment, read blueprints and diagrams.
machine operators and tool and die makers: setting up, maintaining, and operating computer and/or mechanically-operated machines that are used to create parts for the manufacturing process.
production managers: overseeing the day-to-day operations at manufacturing plants. They ensure production stays on schedule, hire and manage workers, and fix any production problems.
quality control inspectors: examining materials and products for hazards, defects, or deviations. They generally work in manufacturing plants inspecting products.
These roles may require qualifications or training, or the company might offer on-the-job training as part of the role.
There are many routes you can take for career progression in a manufacturing environment. With experience you could become a team leader, shift supervisor or plant manager. You could also move into quality control, and with further formal education and training you could specialise in different forms of engineering such as electrical and mechanical.
The Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry covers the household items that you buy when shopping in the supermarket or a pharmacy such as food items or painkillers. ‘Fast-moving’ implies the items are quick to leave the shelves and tend to be high in volume but low in cost items.
assembly line operators.
food production operatives.
Day to day tasks in an FMCG environment vary depending on the company you work for, the department you work in, and whether the business makes food products only or a range of fast-moving items.
If you are committed to the job, there are many routes you can take for career progression in an FMCG environment. With experience, you could become a team leader, shift supervisor, or plant manager. You could also move into quality control or move into the distribution department to ensure goods are shipped efficiently to customers.
Warehouse and logistics, manufacturing and FMCG roles are gap personnel’s core sectors, but we also work with clients in other industrial businesses too. Across our network we have roles available for general operative positions including:
waste management companies.
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