WORKING TOGETHER TO BUILD A STRONG BUSINESS COMMUNITY ...

Job Vacancies


To advertise your job vacancies on this page please follow the steps below:
  • Send full details of your vacancies via email to our website administrator (EMAIL HERE)
  • For added security, our administrator will then contact you by phone to verify the details
  • The advert will then be displayed on this page for one month or until you notify us that the position has been filled.

Customer Service Administrator

Office based customer services role supporting a Field Sales Executive with daily duties. Order taking / confirming, customer contact, troubleshooting and other office duties.

Requires good telephone manner, ability to cope under pressure, punctual and accurate. Good computer skills required with training provided on in house system.

8am – 5pm Monday to Friday.


Warehouse Operative

Warehouse Operative for busy mixed line picking of stock, loading and un-loading of vehicles. Forklift truck licence required, busy and active role. Must be good with numbers, flexible and adaptable as required.

7am - 4pm  or  8am -5pm 

(to be discussed)


For further details please contact: 

Contact Lee Cocker – 07790 771 728

Lee.cocker@ukplc.co.uk


UK Packaging Supplies LTD,

Unit 27 Marlborough Road,

Lancing Business park,

BN15 8UF



Would you like the opportunity to learn and prosper within an expanding IT & Telecoms company? 


IT Support Technician

Do you have experience of IT networks, IT fault diagnosis/resolution and computer hardware deployment/support? 

To find out more then please click here



Customer Service & Energy Administrator

Would you like to learn about 5Rings' products and services, manage customer enquiries and help to maintain our strong customer relationships?

To find out more then please click here. 



Finance Administrator

Would you like to work alongside our Finance Manager, help manage our client accounts, invoicing and debt management. Along with gathering data on our faults and incidents system?

To find out more then please click here



Click on Newsletter to Download spring 2013

Reporting a
crime or a fault

For all emergencies continue to use 999

Reporting crime, however small, is vitally important to the Police for them to build up knowledge of local crime activity. If you are the victim of a crime you can inform the police either by calling 101 or click the Sussex police logo to be re-directed to their website and report easily online.