Forklift Operator - Afternoon Shift

  • Category
    Industrial & manufacturing - Forklift Driver
  • Job type
  • Location
    Scarborough, Ontario

Adecco is currently hiring temporary to permanent Forklift Operators, Afternoon Shift in Scarborough, ON (Markham & Finch Ave). To qualify for this Forklift Operator position, you must have current certification and a minimum of 1 year counter balance and raymond reach operation experience and be comfortable lifting up to 50 lbs. Our client offers long-term opportunities and potential for growth. The pay rate for this position is $16.00/hr.

Forklift Operator Responsibilities
- Operate counter balance & raymond reach forklifts to unload materials
- Supply all required materials to the various lines to complete the production requirements
- Help to create skids of packaged materials and prepare the skids for shipping
- Move completed skids to shipping area to prepare for loading

Machine Operator Qualifications
- Must be currently certified and have a minimum of 1 year counter balance and raymond reach operation experience
- Comfortable lifting up to 50 lbs & working in a fast-paced manufacturing environment
- Available for Afternoon Shift from 3:30pm-12:30am
- Good communication skills and ability to work well with others

Why Work for Adecco?
- Great pay + 4% vacation pay
- Paid weekly accurate and on time
- Medical and dental benefits once qualified
- Strong health and safety programs
- Flexible shifts
- Generous Referral bonuses
- Free training programs

If you are interested in this Forklift Operator, Afternoon shift role in Scarborough, ON, click on the 'Apply' button or call our GTA East Offices at 416-296-0822 to learn more today!


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Reference number CA_EN_1_026659_12116315

Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Adecco’s Employment Accommodation policy. Applicants will need to make their needs known in advance to their Adecco representative.

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