Join BeeBee Wraps and make a positive impact!
BeeBee Wraps is looking for another member of the team. Are you the right candidate to come and work at our small but fast growing eco-business? Do you care about how we are impacting on our natural world? Do you want to be instrumental in effecting change?
BeeBee Wraps is an exciting, rapidly growing eco-brand. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to be part of establishing BeeBee Wraps as the 'go-to' alternative to plastic, and involved in growing our social mission to curb our impact on the natural world.
We are a small, hard-working team and we expect the right candidate to be ready to roll up their sleeves and join in the everyday tasks as well as growing into roles carrying more responsibilities.
Initially, the role will be predominately manufacturing BeeBee Wraps (including cutting, waxing, packing and dispatching), evolving into administrative and customer-facing tasks (ensuring a secure supply chain, fostering positive relationships with customers/partners/suppliers, communicating the BeeBee Wrap brand).
This role will see the right candidate be an integral part of the company as it grows. Our ethos is to nurture and develop our team and we are committed to paying a living wage. We are positive about job shares and flexible working.
You will have an appreciation of human impact on the natural world and an appetite for addressing these issues with proactive solutions.
As we are small but growing fast, you will be ready to take part in day-to-day tasks with the end goal in mind. The role will naturally develop over time to carry further responsibility.
The right person will be a self-starter, comfortable with working independently, open to learning and have a positive attitude to their work.
You will be confident working with Microsoft Office, particularly Excel and Word, web browsers and databases. You will have excellent communication skills and ready to welcome constructive feedback.
You will have GCSE passes in English and Maths. Whilst qualifications are a good benchmark for assessing candidates we also highly value experience and alacrity to learn.
Our ethos is to work as a team and we are committed to treating each other with respect and care. The right person will mirror these values and, with their own uniqueness, bring another positive element to the team.
Full-time role. 8.30am-5.00pm.
Occasional weekend/evening work is required with prior notice. Time in lieu is given.
Permanent contract with 3-month probation, 5 weeks paid holiday.
We pay a competitive Living Wage.
The candidate must have the permanent right to work in the UK
How to apply
Please email CVs and wage expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline 29 April 2018
At this stage, we are inviting direct applications rather than agencies.
**Update: This vacancy has now been filled, but please check out our Careers page for our latest vacancies.