Customer service (Current Employee) – Bristol – 21 February 2016
ocado bristol is a depot that is growing to quickly for its management to keep up but thats not the same else where i worked in southampton for a year first and they are one of the oldest depots and know what they are doing i would suggest that depot over bristol
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Bristol – 17 February 2016
With their excellent training program and strong customer values, I was able to provide an excellent customer service with the confidence to ensure a positive feedback on a regular basis. Being helpful and informative whilst remaining a professional level at all times.
Routine van checks are very thorough to maintain a reliable vehicle throughout and a strong brand presence at all times. Co-workers are equally as passionate about their role within the company. A relaxed and friendly working environment but remaining professional at all times.
Heaving lifting and locating properties in rural places in the darkness could prove challenging but not impossible.
Providing a high level of customer satisfaction and enjoyable team working environment.
CSTM/ Marshal (Current Employee) – Bristol – 25 January 2016
The CSTM role is quite easy really, you can go home up to 3 hours early and still get paid. I would regularly do 25 hours a week but get paid for 40. The Marshaling role is absurdly hard and stressful for only £1 an hour more. Most of the co workers are really nice and so are the management.
Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Bristol, ENG – 4 September 2014
go in print of paper work wait till you got a van do your checks on the van before going out to do your deliveries. Theres not to much to learn other than following a route plan and being on time for deliveries. the job is not hard atall just need common sense and the best part is when you come to your last drop on your route knowing its all done.
as a professional driver of a 3.5 ton vehicle the role consists of interacting with customers on a regular basis delivering there goods on time and keeping customers informed when the delivery is running late. This position has helped me to learn and improve my customer service skills as well as working well using my own initiative. The management are easy to get on with and helpful. co-workers are friendly but you spend most of the time on your own. The hardest part of the job is running late and trying to locate houses in bad driving conditions in country lanes. The most enjoyable part would be when the sun is shining and it all goes to plan which does happen 9 times out of 10 minus the sun.