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The warehouse driver role for the Royal Collection Trust is being advertised on the Royal Household website. The position, based at Windsor Home Park, is offering a salary of £20,500 for 37.5 hours a week.
The successful candidate will hold a Category C1 – allowing them to drive vehicles of up to 7.5 tonnes – and experience working with delivery and forklift vehicles in a warehouse.
The job advert comes as the UK is grappling with a serious shortage of HGV drivers which has sparked a fuel crisis.
The advert states: “Joining our friendly warehouse team based in Windsor Castle Home Park, you’ll help process over three million items per year, serving nine shops across three sites, plus a wholesale and e-commerce business.
“From our retail shops to our customers, you’ll be responsible for the safe driving of our goods, meeting the busy delivery schedules.
“And with every delivery you load, you’ll bring people closer to a priceless collection.
“You’ll play a crucial role in the operation of our delivery vehicles and forklifts, ensuring they meet the required standards and operating in a safe environment.
“In this varied role, you’ll also help unload stock deliveries as they arrive, and check that all details are accurate against supplier delivery notes.
“From rotating stock, to picking and loading shop orders, you’ll make sure orders are processed on time, and every customer receives the highest standard of service.
“The role will involve lifting and carrying boxes on a daily basis.”
The successful candidate will be flexible and willing to help in all areas of the warehouse.
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They will also have good attention to detail.
Numeracy and IT skills are desirable.
The advert adds: “This is your opportunity to use your enjoyment of teamwork and positive approach to deliver the exceptional.”
Candidates have until October 10 to apply for the role.
However the advert warns the vacancy could close early if a high volume of applications are received.
Interviews will take place later this month.
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