A guide to a career with Toyota Material Handling UK.

Toyota Material Handling UK launch a dedicated website to promote new vacancies and supply top tips for application success.

A new website from Toyota Material Handling UK has been launched to offer an easy method to search for jobs online.

Tony Wallis, Operations Director Toyota Material Handling UK commented: “There has been a lot in the media recently about unemployment figures across the country. As a leader within the material handling industry and a growing business, with nationwide depot locations, we wanted to provide an accessible method of searching for current vacancies across the company for the UK.” advertises the latest vacancies from all areas of Toyota Material Handling UK’s operation including; sales, service technicians and support functions. As well as information on The Toyota Way and the history of the company, the site also offers a number of factsheets providing a guide to applying, interview techniques and a few top tips. If job seekers find a suitable role they can apply whilst online by completing a simple form and attaching their CV.

Tony added: “We would like to find the most suitable applicants for our positions and our company but understand that the application process for any job is not the most enjoyable experience for most people. With Taking Care with Toyota in mind we have tried to support job seekers with as much information as possible to become successful applicants in whichever roles they choose. The first career resources focus on CV writing, interview technique and some general tips, further resources will be added to the site during the year.”

The new site is updated with vacancies on a regular basis, with active links from, the blog and Toyota Material Handling UK social media profiles.

Toyota Material Handling UK combines the strengths of the highly successful Toyota and BT organisations and serves customers better by improving the range and quality of products and services available.

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