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Warehouse specialist (m/f)

The doers in the warehouse

Without the warehouse specialists everything comes to a standstill in the warehouse. They accept the goods, check them for damage and professionally store them. Everything has its place. The warehouse specialist always knows where all the goods can be found.

The forklift is often the choice of transport. Getting a pallet down from an eight-metre high shelf – no problem.

The warehouse specialist is also needed when commissioning deliveries: when an order comes in, the different goods are put together and the delivery notes are prepared. Packaging and labelling is also a part of the job.

Short and sweet: the warehouse specialist apprenticeship only takes two years.

Become a part of the Geis team

Start out with Geis: find a place near you offering warehouse specialist apprenticeships.

Your tasks will be

  • loading and unloading trucks
  • accepting and checking deliveries
  • professionally storing goods
  • commissioning: compiling and packing goods
  • labelling consignments
  • stocktaking: checking the stored goods
  • operating forklifts and pallet trucks

What Geis can offer you

  • a well-founded apprenticeship in a wide range of departments
  • forklift licence
  • regular in-house training
  • additional technical training
  • apprenticeship in a recognised award-winning training company
  • very good working environment and regular working hours
  • top chance of being taken on and a secure future

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Warehouse specialist


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