Now recruiting for Full Time, Permanent Butchery Operatives in Spalding, Lincs. (Relocation Support Package)

Information day – Friday 1st September at 11:00

Course Starting - Monday 11th September at 10:00

Nottingham Jobs are supporting Our Club & Morrisons to recruit the following Butchery Operative positions for their premises in Spalding, Lincolnshire:

Butcher Level 1 Meat Packer & Slaughterperson Level 1
Pork and Beef Boning and Abattoir roles available

This is a great opportunity to prepare for a role with Morrisons by undertaking 2 week pre-employment training programme/sbwa (Nottingham), 4 week work placement (Spalding) & Guaranteed interview (Spalding)

Please note all applicants must be available to work full time for the four weeks of their work placement with Morrisons. 
(Hotel accommodation, meal allowance and travel expenses will be paid during the sbwa) 

Selection Day Venue: Notts. County FC, Meadow Lane Stadium, Meadow Ln, Nottingham NG2 3HJ


•          18+ years of age
•          Economically inactive, unemployed and claiming JSA, IS, UC or ESA (WRAG).
•          A citizen of a country within the European Economic Area (EEA) or have the Right of Abode in the UK, and
•          Have been resident in the EEA for at least the previous three years on the first day of learning

For further information or to book a place, please contact Nottingham Jobs on 0115 8764508 or speak to your Jobcentre Work Coach.

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