About the apprenticeship
You'll be fully trained and supported. Below is a summary of what you'll be doing:
Ensuring that all delivered items such as components, raw materials, finished products and sundry items are stored in the correct manner.
Accurately process any works orders and customer orders in the defined standards and timescales, ensuring that all activities are in accordance with regulations.
Checking and re-locating of customer returns, components returns and raw materials returns and carry out the appropriate administration duties relevant to the Warehouse and Distribution Department.
Fulfilling a site service role, encompassing delivery and pick up of goods essential to department and site needs, loading and unloading of incoming and outgoing goods.
To comply with relevant elements of Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and follow at all times, safe working practices.
Generation of relevant warehouse documentation in accordance with current Good Manufacturing Practice and Good Distribution Practice.
Wockhardt UK is one of the largest generic pharmaceutical companies in the UK employing over 500 employees at the Wrexham site, home to our MHRA-approved sterile injectable manufacturing facility.
We are very excited to launch our 2021 apprenticeship programmes, which offers the chance to join our established team, get real life job experience, gain a qualification and kick-start a career in manufacturing.
Oh, and you'll also get paid too!
You will be fully supported via your Apprentice Support Bubble consisting of your supervisor, your buddy, the Head of Learning & Development and your workplace assessor.
We have a very friendly team here at Wockhardt and we can't wait to welcome new apprentices into our business.
SHIFT PATTERN: 6am-2pm and 1.30pm-9.30pm Monday to Friday on alternate weeks.
BREAKS: 30 minutes for lunch / dinner, plus 10 minute break.
HOLIDAYS: 25 days per annum, plus Bank Holidays.
Minimum age of 18 as of 6th September 2021, due to shift systems and location
Fluent in English, both verbal and written
PC-literate and able to easily navigate Windows-based systems
Flexible and able to understand quality procedures
Willingness to learn
Enthusiastic and passionate
Hard-working and committed
Great time-keeping and attendance record
Good standard of hygiene
Able to communicate effectively
Able to work independently as well as being a great team player
High degree of alertness
High attention to detail
Willing to work a shift system
Driving Licence advantageous
Willing to become fork-lift truck trained
Willing to wear safety and protective equipment as required
We have a good track record for taking on apprentices after they have completed their programme. There are lots of career paths available so we will always endeavour to reward those that perform with permanent positions for roles that are available at the time.
Good educational standard of numeracy and literacy
Welsh Spoken Skills: No Welsh Written Skills: No
Warehousing & Storage Foundation Apprenticeship Level 2.
About the employer
Wockhardt UK Ash Road North
Wrexham Industrial Estate
No, we are not part of the Disability Confident Scheme from the UK Department for Work and Pensions.
Please note that all apprenticeships are open to everyone. However, some organisations have worked to achieve Disability Confident accreditation. You should always apply for the apprenticeship you feel best suited to.
Small group assessment centre and interview during mid