Trainee Stock Processing & Inventory Assistant (L4 7UN) Ref:3005128


This job is a Kickstart opportunity, ringfenced by DWP; you must be aged 16-24, claiming Universal Credit and prepared to register with the ESF Ways to Work project to apply.

x1 Role in Taskers Sports L9 7ES

x1 Role in Taskers Angling L4 7UN

As a trainee Stock Processing and Inventory Assistant you will be trained up to be responsible for the processing of incoming stock into the business. You will also be helping to manage inventory levels alongside other staff.

Tasks and Duties include: Ensure that incoming stock is processed correctly and efficiently, this involves taking in large deliveries, unpacking and counting the stock, then pricing and alarming it ready for it to be transferred to the stockrooms or warehouse and understand the process of the stock management software. Represent the company in the most professional manner at all times. Conduct your work in a safe and responsible manner.



As part of the recruitment process for this Kickstart vacancy, please advise applicants that they will be contacted by the Liverpool Ways to Work team upon receipt of application for this post.  Applicants will then be invited to attend a pre recruitment training session delivered Liverpool Ways to Work team as part of the application process.




Closing date
How to apply
Please ask your Jobcentre Plus Work Coach to refer you to this vacancy. Email your name, contact details, CV (if you have one) and your unique application number off your Work Coach (if provided) to

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