General Labour Associate

  • Category
    Warehousing - General Labor
  • Job type
    Temporary/Contract
  • Location
    Moncton, New Brunswick

Adecco is currently hiring multiple temporary, full time General Labour Associates for our client in Moncton, NB.  To qualify for these General Labour Associate roles, you must have previous General Labour experience. 

 General Labour Associate Responsibilities:

• The ability to work both indoor and outdoors in various weather conditions    
• Ability to use necessary tools and machines
• Perform general clean up duties    
• Perform other General Labour duties as required
• Execute daily work instructions received from Supervisor in a timely manner
• Must be Punctual and reliable    
• The ability to follow directions, both written and verbal                   

General Labour Associate Qualifications:

• Must be able to work in a team setting
• Must have previous general labour experience    
• Have steel toed work boots     
• Must have a valid driver’s license    
• Must have the ability to lift up to 50lbs     
• Must be able to work flexible shifts, days, weekends or evenings    
• Must maintain positive attitude and work ethic
• As a requirement for this role, a criminal background check will be completed


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 these General Labour Associate jobs in Moncton, apply by clicking the “Apply now” button below. 
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  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_1_023043_12304469

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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