As an Assitant, I was required to help two house removal companies deliver household furniture.
I was working with a team of three, myself included. I was a non-driver.
As a team, we had to collect household furniture and transport them individually into the van. Sometimes I would assist others who were a bit slow. So common sense and using your initiative is vital.
The hardest part of the job was to deliver the furniture to the customers' new house as quick as possible. Sometimes it was demanding and I would need to quicken the pace. Though, for a beginner in this field of work, it does improve on one's time management skills.
What I enjoyed most about this job is that you're outside most of the day, you have a one hour break for lunch, get to talk to the customer; which I really enjoyed and go into newly furbished homes.
Overall, you rarely stop- so time quickly progresses and then its off home.
Outside all day and hours of work quickly go and get paid obviously.
Only one to two days work for most of the week.