General Labour/ Order Picker in Woodbridge On

  • Category
    Warehousing - General Labor
  • Job type
    Temporary/Contract
  • Location
    Woodbridge, Ontario

We are seeking Order Picker/General Labour for our client located in Woodbridge.

The are two shifts running from Monday to Friday i.e. Morning Shift 06:00 am to 02:30 pm and Afternoon Shift 03:00 pm 11:30 pm. Pay rate is 15.75$ per hour.

Job Title: Loader/Order Picker
Department: Shipping
Salary Grade: Hourly

Position Summary:
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Loading & unloading of trucks Responsible for loading product onto truck Ensure that the product is loaded properly i.e. the counts are correct and that there are two people handling one box one on each end and with the box turned on its side
2. Use proper lifting techniques when handling/moving boxes of siding Responsible for maintaining a safe and clean workplace i.e. all garbage is to be picked up as well as any wood to avoid any accidents with the forklifts Sweeping warehouse, loading area and shipping office Loading of all tautliners and flatbeds with the help of two other loaders Responsible for opening and closing curtains on tautliner and applying straps around each crate
3. Ensure that the load is secure and that all steps have been taken to ensure the load will arrive safely at its destination
4. Responsible to break up crates of siding in order to hand bomb the product into van Emptying garbage during shift
5. Must be able to pick a product and create a crate when necessary
6. Participate in mid and year end inventory count if needed Comply with all company policies and procedures, including Health and Safety, as applicable Perform other duties as assigned by the Shipping Supervisor/ Manager

Requirements:
1. Should be able to lift up to 50 pounds
2. Safety Shoes are a must

Please apply with an updated resume for consideration or contact us at 9056950202.

B6520

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