Yes, although hours will vary from employer to employer. Where the stock controller role is based in a high street store, the range of available hours may be less than for wholesalers or supermarkets, who will often operate 24/7. Still, if you’re looking for unconventional shift patterns, this could well be a great option for you.
Busy! With deliveries coming in and goods going out to the retail floor, stock control, rotation, picking and processing damaged goods, your workload will be constant. You may be working in a relatively small stockroom, but you could just as easily find yourself in a large warehouse, which could be cold and noisy. You’ll also need to work as part of a team to ensure your duties are completed each day.
Yes. That’s not to say that our temporary stockroom assistant vacancies couldn’t become something more regular – lots of our clients like to rebook their favourite Staff Heroes – but we don’t promise that that will happen.