Forklift Operator- Walkie

  • Category
    Warehousing - Warehouse
  • Job type
    Temporary/Contract
  • Location
    Brampton, Ontario

Adecco is hiring full time temporary Double-End Walkie Operator for warehouse in Brampton, ON. Pay rate for this position starts at $18.50/hr plus $0.20 premium for afternoon shift. Valid forklift license and at least 6 months to 1 year of experience is required. Morning shift(s) and afternoon shift (s) available. You will be Provided with free forklift training programs if applicable. We also have $100 referral bonus. 

Hours: 6.00 am - 2.00 pm (Monday - Friday)
            2.30 pm - 11.00 pm (Monday - Friday)
Location: Steeles Ave W & Heritage Rd
Forklift Operator requirements:
Must have valid forklift license
- Must have at least 1 year of experience on Walkie forklift
- Clean criminal background
- Team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Strong organizational skills with the ability to balance multiple priorities
- Must be detail orientated
General responsibilities:
Handle inbound loads, perform cycle counts, receiving and put  away of products, and replenish stock locations.
- Perform work in accordance with account specific Standard Operating Procedures
- Work in a safe manner and adhere to safe working procedures.
- Using RF scanner
Why work for Adecco
Free forklift training programs (must meet eligibility requirements)
- Plus 4% vacation pay
- Generous referral bonuses
- Medical and dental benefits offered after 3 months
- Reliable, weekly pay periods
If you are interested in this Double-End Walkie Operators Job in Brampton, ON Apply now by clicking on the “Apply with Adecco” 
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Reference number CA_EN_1_024159_12331379

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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