BY TECQUIPMENT | 20th setembro 2022

Senior Export Packer

TecQuipment is the leading provider of high-quality educational equipment for engineering disciplines. The company’s laboratory products are used by students and educators across the world, in over 1500 establishments in more than 100 countries. Be part of a world-leading company that puts employees first.

We have recently become Employee-Owned. This move secures the longevity of the company and means that customers purchasing their best-in-class laboratory teaching products and software will be supported for many years to come. An Employee-Owned Trust has been set up that puts the TecQuipment employees in the driving seat of managing the company’s future. An Employee Forum that consists of members of each department within the company represents the employees as the primary shareholders in the business. Two members of this Forum have been appointed to the TecQuipment Trustees Board of Directors.

From Portsmouth to Peru, our products go all over the world and the Packing Department is responsible for ensuring these products are securely packed to ensure they arrive at their destination in perfect working order. Within this role, the successful candidate will be responsible for the following:

  • Packing of products to a high standard in line with delivery deadlines ready to be despatched to worldwide destinations
  • Measuring and weighing parcels ready for export, orders can vary in size from jiffy bags to large bulky crates or pallets
  • To assist with the smooth and efficient running of the packing facility and supporting Goods Inwards department when required
  • Dispatching orders and administration of UK courier service
  • Monitoring packing material stock levels and reordering when necessary
  • Reporting quality issues identified during the packing process
  • Maintain physical finished goods stock and stock records and perform stock takes
  • Manage the department workload and liaise with Shipping & Finance Departments
  • Loading and unloading of lorries.

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