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  • Category
    Industrial & manufacturing - Assembly / Production
  • Job type
  • Location
    Ancaster, Ontario

Our client in Ancaster is looking for Warehouse Associates to join their organization on all shifts. As Warehouse Associates, your responsibilities will include but are not limited to; machine operation, inspecting, sorting, assembling automotive parts, cleaning parts and moving products off the line. As a Warehouse Associates you must have previous manufacturing experience. Machine operation and inspection experience is an asset. Furthermore, you must possess good hand/eye coordination. This position is full-time. The available shifts are Monday to Friday days (7am to 3pm) or afternoons (3pm to 11pm), as well as night shift Sunday night to Thursday night (11pm to 7am). Pay will vary depending on shift.


Warehouse Associates Duties and Responsibilities:

-Machine operation

-Inspecting & Sorting

-Assembling automotive parts

-Cleaning parts

-Making sure products are moving off the line


Warehouse Associates Skills and Requirements:

-Completion of high school

-Must be available for at least two of the three shifts

- Must have steel-toe safety shoes

-Good hand/eye coordination

-Pays attention to detail

-Manufacturing experience

-Previous assembly experience is an asset


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 Warehouse Associates job in Ancaster, ON, then please apply now.




  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_1_021098_12183871

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