Blue Arrow looking to fill 200 jobs for John Lewis at Magna Park Milton Keynes base

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OneMK Reporter 5 Sep 2013 at 11:34 By OneMK Reporter

JOHN Lewis in Milton Keynes is looking for 200 new people to join their Magna Park warehouse team.

JOHN Lewis in Milton Keynes has provided a welcome boost to the recruitment market as it announced that it is on the hunt for 200 new people to join their team at their warehouse on Magna Park.

Recruitment agency Blue Arrow has been asked to find 200 new warehouse operatives and Forklift Truck Drivers to work on a long-term basis for this well-loved British company.

Geoff Taylor from Blue Arrow, said: “These new roles will get 200 people into work, and offer genuine long-term work opportunities for the right people.

“We are therefore keen to let as many local people as possible aware of the open day we are holding on Thursday September 12 between 9am and 4pm at the Blue Arrow office in Milton Keynes.”

Warehouse operative and forklift truck driver roles attract a basic salary ranging from £6.25 to £9.00 per hour. As a busy warehouse, a variety of shifts are available which may also include weekend working.

To help people find out more about the roles, and gain an insight into what it would be like to work at John Lewis, the team are holding an open day on Thursday September 12 from 9am to 4pm.

Everyone is welcome to come along to Blue Arrow at 204 Upper Fifth Street, Witan Gate East, Milton Keynes, MK9 2HR to find out more.

Potential applicants do not need to book their place in advance.

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