Part-time Warehouse Worker

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

Adecco is currently hiring part time Warehouse worker(s) for the Amazon Delivery Station in Etobicoke, ON. The Warehouse Worker should be able to perform tasks that may require lifting up to 49 Lbs and work up to 20- 30 hours a week. Morning and night shifts are available.This is a great opportunity to gain valuable experience with the world`s largest retailer. Get your foot in the door and start your career with Adecco at Amazon today! 
Pay: Starting at $15.75/hr
Location: Martin Grove Rd & Belfield Rd 
Shifts: 

  • Wed -Fri      21:15-5:45 
  • Mon-Wed    21:15-5:45
  • Tues-Thurs  21:15-5:45
  • Sat-Mon       21:15-5:45
  • Fri-Sun         21:15-5:45
  • Sun-Thurs    6:15-10:15
  • Tues-Sat       6:15-10:15
  • Fri-Mon         6:15-10:15
  • Sun-Thurs    10:30-15:00
  • Tues-Sat       10:30-15:00
  • Sun-Thur       7:30-12:00
  • Mon-Fri          7:30-12:00
  • Tues-Sat        15:00-19:00

Warehouse Worker Requirements
•Must be able to work up to 30 hours weekly
•18 years old or older
•Physically fit; must be able to lift up to 49 lbs when required
•Able and willing to work extra hours, as required
General labour Responsibilities
•Unload Amazon packages from trailers
•You will be operating carts, dollies, hand trucks, and other moving equipment
•You will utilize handheld devices to scan barcodes, when required
Why Work for Adecco?
•Reliable weekly payment
•Medical and dental benefits once qualified
•Strong health and safety programs
•Flexible shifts
If you are interested in this Warehouse Worker position with Amazon in Etobicoke, ON Apply by clicking the Apply now button. 

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  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_1_026512_12323531

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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