• Location
    Boston, Lincolnshire
  • Job type
  • Industry
    Transport and Rail
  • External Reference
  • Category
    Transport & Logistics - Warehousing, Distribution, Logistics


Location: Lincoln

Duration: 6 months (possible extension depending on client)

Work Pattern: Mond - Fri 6-2pm week 1 & 2-10pm week 2 (rotating)

Hours: 37.5 hours full time

Rate: Competitive

Expired FLT licences are accepted - as long as you can show this (proof of evidence)


  • Completes operational approved logistics processing on schedule (Goods Receipt / Warehouse / Transport / Dispatch).
    Accepts incoming goods and compares them with the shipping document (Material number, description, quantity).

  • Checks incoming goods for visible damage, documents them and provides the information if required.

  • Takes care for correct use of transport equipment (hand-guided industrial trucks, forklift, etc.).

  • Captures relevant data in data processing systems.

  • Arranges the acceptance, storage, commissioning and removal of goods in the storage area and records them in the appropriate systems.

Personal Characteristics required

  • Be able to cope with change in a fast-moving environment

  • Have good communication skills

  • Collaboration skills - ability to work with others to achieve the ultimate end result

  • Strong attention to detail

We are The Adecco Group, a leading outsourcing agency. Our Mission: 'Making the future work for everyone'. We want to be the top of mind and top of heart choice for all of our customers.


Adecco acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and an employment business for the supply of temporary workers. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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