warehouse worker (20% forklift) | logistics| annacis island| $18/h in delta

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job type
temporary
salary
CA$ 18 per hour
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job details

posted
location
delta, british columbia
job category
Industrial Support
job type
temporary
salary
CA$ 18 per hour
reference number
2098439STFEN
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job description

Role: Warehouse Worker
Industry: 3PL ( Third Party Logistics)
Location: Delta ( On Annacis Island)
Start Date: ASAP

Hours: 8 am - 4:30 pm Monday to Friday

We are looking for experienced Warehouse Workers to work for a Logistics Warehouse. You will make an excellent Warehouse worker if you have experience with the order Picking, can handle up to 50 lbs frequently and can work both independently or in a team setting.


What will you be doing?
- Forklift/Walkie truck operating experience
- Executes on the warehouse floor with regards to health, safety, environment
- Arrange PO’s arriving into the warehouse by each set
- Organize labeled material by each induction date in separate rows
- Learn to create manifest for outbound Laval loads
- Advise lead hand of any overages, shortages, and damages of product
- Work on the conveyor to label/sort PO’s
- Performs inventory/cycle counts as required to verify inventory
- Perform general housekeeping duties

Advantages
- Weekly direct deposit (4% vacation pay included)
- Safe Working Conditions
- Transit accessible.
- Benefits After 600 hours of work
- Easy access to Transit/ Free Parking

Qualifications
- Must hold a certificate in safe forklift operations/walkie truck, or be willing and able to
participate in training
- Understanding of regulatory regulations (ie: GMP and AIB)
- Must be functionally competent on the computer
- Must be flexible and have the ability to multi-task
- Must be willing and able to work overtime
- Effective communication and organizational skills
- Minimum 1-4 years’ experience


Mark,
Moe

Phone Number:
604.636.3079
Fax Number:
604.636.3087

Randstad Canada
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