morning shift - record center specialist in surrey

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surrey, british columbia
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Our client located in Surrey B.C is looking for a Record Centre / Data warehouse worker to help out on their busy assembly line. You will be required to remove staples, prepare documents for scanning and complete records for documents scanned. This position is for few months with possibility for full-time role depending on your work ethic.

Duties and Responsibility.

- Walk, stand, kneel, squat, stoop and bend for extended periods of time

- Work without assistance in order to grip, lift, push, pull, and carry boxes including up and down inclines, stairs, and over changes in walking surface/elevation

- Read and write English

- Lift and move boxes, read labels, and process incoming and outgoing orders.

- Operate handheld scanner

- Climb and balance on Ladder Carts (not step ladders)

- Lift and carry boxes weighing up to 50 lbs without assistance for prolonged periods

- The employee must be able to load, operate and move handcarts, pallet jacks and various other material handling aids

- Load and shrink wrap pallets at ground level, or on carts

- Load boxes onto pallets and load pallets onto trucks manually and with material handling aids

- $15/Hr per hour
- Month to Month Contract ( Mon - Friday )
- 37.5 Hours per week
- Weekly Pay Cheque
- Free Parking
- Transit Accessible

- 2+ years of assembly line experience
- Good attention to details
- Able to work with minimum supervision
- Reliable, team player & able to work with tight deadlines
- Criminal Backcheck is required for this position

If you are interested in this position, 3 easy ways to apply:

1. E-mail resume to
2. Apply online:
3. Drop resume off in person: 809 Columbia Street, New Westminster BC (located @ New West Skytrain station located on the main floor facing on Columbia Street next to Shopper Drug Mart)

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