Warehouse and Mail Sorter Nights Filton, Gloucestershire

Job title: Warehouse and Mail Sorter Nights

Company: Gi Group

Job description: 2021-03-17

Part Time


Mail Processor

Gi Group are now recruiting for Mail Processors for Royal Mail in Filton, Bristol on night shifts.

Gi Group/Royal Mail is now recruiting for Mail Processors. If you are 18 years of age or over, are punctual, hard working, reliable and have a flexible approach, you are exactly the type of person we’re looking for.

With a National Lockdown now in place until the 12th April there will be a greater demand for workers , and as you’ll be classed as an essential worker there’s guranteed work. So it’s a perfect opportunity to pick up some extra cash and keep yourself busy during this time.

Shifts Available
Monday to Sunday 10pm – 6am

Peak Pay Rates from 2nd November to 18th January 21

Monday – Saturday
22:45 – 06:45 £9.14

22:45 – 06:45 £10.76

After you have completed 12 consecutive weeks your pay increases to £13.23ph

A little bit of information bout the role:-

Processing of mail takes place in the Regional Distribution Centres (RDC). Within the RDC operations include cross docking – which can be road to rail as well as road to road, mail consolidation, parcel processing, bulk mail processing and the processing of mail order returns. RDCs are 24 hour-7 day a week operation. The role involves working as part of a team to achieve tight deadlines

  • Cross docking involves the unloading of wheeled containers from incoming vehicles, moving them to the correct despatch lane and then loading them to outgoing transport.
  • Mail consolidation is the moving of mail from one container to another more appropriate for the conveyance of the work.
  • Parcel processing requires scanning and identification of parcel destination by either code number or postcode and placing mail into the correct wheeled container for despatch. This can be done manually or via an automated conveyor system with parcels picked from a moving belt. Once containers are full, they will be pushed to the correct despatch area and loaded onto vehicles.
  • Bulk mail is received from customers in a variety of containers and can be in mail bags, trays or bundled and is sorted by code number to an appropriate container for despatch. These containers will then be moved to the despatch lanes and loaded onto trucks.
  • Returns are posted by receiving customers for sorting back to the posting customer. These have to be sorted to the correct posting customer and scanned before being loaded onto vehicles for delivery.7
  • The operations take place in a loud, busy factory-style environment where you will be standing for long periods of time, lifting items up to 11KG in weight and pushing wheeled containers weighing up to 250kg.

Does this appeal to you? Do you have the drive and dedication we need, and do you want to work for a company that has stood the test of time? If so, this position may be for you. Royal Mail has been around for 350 years and delivers to every address in the UK.

If you are interested please contact Lara at Gi Group for a registration on 0117 456 9777 or 07468475963, once you are registered and we have the correct documentation there’ll be an immediate start.

Gi Group Holdings Recruitment Limited group of companies includes Gi Recruitment Limited, Draefern Limited, Gi Group Recruitment Ltd, INTOO (UK) Limited, Marks Sattin (UK) Limited, TACK TMI UK Limited and Grafton Professional Staffing Limited. We are committed to protecting the privacy of all of our candidates and clients. Following some recent changes to data protection laws we have updated our Privacy Policy. To view a copy and to help you understand how we collect, use and process your personal data please visit the Privacy page on our Gi Group UK website.


Warehouse Operatives

EW210317188253 – Bristol

Filton – Gloucestershire

£9.14 – £13.23 per hour



per hour

Expected salary: £9.14 – 13.23 per hour

Location: Filton, Gloucestershire

Job date: Wed, 09 Jun 2021 23:48:05 GMT

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