If you’re looking for a career that can offer flexibility, career opportunities and job stability then why not consider a role working in a warehouse?
When looking for a career path, warehouse roles are often overlooked, but with a variety of different jobs available and various benefits, they can be a great career choice.
If this is something you’re considering then take a look at the many advantages of working in a warehouse that we’ve put together.
Warehouse staff are constantly in demand as the industry is continuously expanding. While most industries struggled during the pandemic, this sector grew rapidly, creating thousands of new jobs and excellent job security for warehouse staff. With warehouses busier than ever and thousands of job active vacancies, there is a wealth of overtime available, so it’s easy to earn some extra cash if you’re open to working extra hours.
Experience isn’t essential
Many of the roles in warehouses don’t require much, if any, previous experience, with the hiring managers preferring to look out for motivated, reliable candidates with good communication skills. That’s because many of the practical or technical skills required to carry out the roles effectively can be taught quickly and effectively to individuals with a willingness to learn. This is great for someone looking for their first job, students looking to earn some extra cash, or anyone with little, to no, work experience
A place of opportunity
With the growth of the industry comes an increased number of roles and more opportunities to expand your career. An employee who begins in an entry-level role can be offered training to move into their desired roles, which can range from forklift or machine operation to supervisory or management roles.
Another benefit of working in a warehouse is that they typically like to promote from within wherever possible. It makes sense to promote someone that already knows and understands how things work within the warehouse, a member of the team that they already know is reliable, motivated and can work independently.
Most warehouses operate 24 hours a day, meaning that they usually offer a wide variety of shifts – this can include days, nights, weekends, or rotating shifts. Having multiple shift options provides more flexibility, allowing you to fit work in around your personal circumstances, especially if you’re trying to work around childcare or other personal life commitments.
If you’re looking for work, or simply considering shifting careers, there are many reasons warehouse work could be the right move. So why not give it a try?
We’re always looking for warehouse staff and would love to assist you in your search. If you’d like to discuss what opportunities we have available, give us a call on 01422 413 813 or email us at email@example.com and one of our experienced team members will be happy to help.