Wash Operative

Location: Nottingham

Business: SARVAL

Salary: Competitive Salary and Benefits

Business:         Originally founded as Prosper De Mulder Limited in 1926; SARIA’s UK operations have a market-leading presence in a wide range of sectors associated with the food chain. The Group’s companies manufacture quality products for use in human and animal foodstuffs, agriculture, aquaculture, and industrial applications. The company has a UK annual turnover approaching £250 million and employs around 1,000 people at 23 sites across the country. 

The Position: 

Applications are invited for a Wash Operative based at our Nottingham Site. This is a full time permanent position, working 12 hour shifts on a 4 on 4 off shift pattern (days and nights). 

As a Wash Operative, your duties and responsibilities will vary based on the Company’s requirements but will include: 

  • Washing and disinfecting vehicles and trailers.
  • Tipping loaded raw material trailers and vehicles where required.
  • Maintaining good standards of housekeeping in the vehicle wash and associated areas.
  • Completing work records as required including wash certification.
  • Daily checks of trailers on site.
  • Tipping and cleaning raw material bins as required.
  • Any other ad hoc duties as required by management. 

The Person 

  • Candidates must hold a full UK driving licence.
  • Must be able to prioritise the workload.
  • Have excellent communication skills.
  • Be flexible with working hours.
  • Previous experience within a similar role would be advantageous although training will be provided where necessary.
  • Be self-motivated with the ability to work as a team and use their own initiative. 

Salary:  Competitive Salary and Benefits 

Please apply in writing with your CV to HR Department, Ings Road, Doncaster, DN5 9TL or e-mail recruitment@saria.co.uk

* Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted due to the high volume of CV’s being received. 

Closing Date – 14th March 2021

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