Activate your career in logistics with a job at Hermes
Are you a logistics buff looking for a full-time or part-time job? Hermes has tons of opportunities. Apply and get your Hermes career underway.
What are you going to do:
Hermes is one of the UK’s leading parcel delivery companies, undergoing a rebranding to Evri in March 2022. With strong roots in the logistics industry, Hermes UK offers jobs in warehousing, transportation, procurement, engineering, customer service, and more. With such a mixed bag of logistics work, you’re sure to find a Hermes career that fits your interests, experience, and skills. And with entry-level roles all the way up to highly technical and executive positions, you can start anywhere on the career ladder.
So what are the most common Hermes vacancies, and what do they involve? Well, driver jobs with Hermes are certainly the most sought-after. When you become a Hermes driver, your responsibilities include loading, transporting, and delivering items to clients safely and in a timely manner, accepting payments for delivered items, and adhering to assigned routes and time schedules. Hermes courier jobs are great for those who want to be out and about, and not glued to an office desk. Hermes warehouse jobs are extremely popular as well. In this role, your duties could include picking and packing items from shelves, drafting shipping reports, or carrying out quality control checks.
The requirements to work for Hermes vary a great deal, depending on the position you go for. For Hermes delivery driver jobs, there are minimal requirements – all you need is a valid UK driving licence and insurance. For Hermes HGV jobs, you’ll need a class 1 or 2 HGV licence to be able to operate a large vehicle, such as a lorry. Requirements vary for warehouse work, but for entry-level roles, no experience or education is required. To do it well, you’ll need to be focused, organised, and have excellent time management skills; efficiency is key in this role. You’ll also be on your feet for long periods of time, so you’ll need to be in good physical condition to carry out your warehouse job at Hermes well. To land a specialised role, you may need a degree in logistics or similar field, and some prior work experience.
The average hourly wage for an entry-level Hermes job is about £9-£11. This number will depend on your age, the type of role, and your experience level. Experienced professionals looking for a specialised position can expect to earn anywhere between £15-£25 an hour. So, have we piqued your interest? Apply today and our recruiters will contact you with new Hermes careers in your area.
What we offer:
- A job with a household logistics brand
- Flexible working hours
- A fair, industry-standard salary
- Career development opportunities
- A dynamic work environment
What we ask:
- No minimum education required
- No experience required
- Capable of physically demanding work
- An eye for detail
- Good time management
You might be wondering: “how do I find a Hermes job near me?” Good question! If your location is filled out in your profile, we can match you to jobs in your area. If you want to take the initiative and explore vacancies other than Hermes near you, head over to all our jobs by location.
- Education Level
- College, Secondary School, University, Other
- Working hours per week
- 8 - 40
- Type of Contract
- Part-time jobs, Evening jobs, Weekend jobs, Summer / seasonal jobs, Temporary full-time jobs
- Salary indication
- Between £10.00 and £25.00 Per Hour
- Responsible for
- Delivering cargo to retail stores, picking and packing items in the warehouse, or processing incoming orders, depending on the role.
- Published at
- Profession type
- Logistics jobs
- Full UK/EU driving license preferred
- Car Preferred
- Must be eligible to work in the EU
- Cover Letter Required
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