Reach Truck Operator (7 Week Assignment)

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  • Category
    Warehousing - Warehouse
  • Job type
    Temporary/Contract
  • Location
    Delta, British Columbia

Adecco is currently hiring for a Reach Truck Operator in Tsawwassen / Delta. To qualify for this Reach Truck Operator position, you must have the ability to stand on your feet for 8 hours, as well as the capability to follow direction. Our client is one of the leaders in cardboard manufacturing. For this project you will be transporting cardboard boxes and installing them in the facilities racking. Pay rate is $24/hr for day shift, and $25/hr for afternoon shift. This facility is not transit accessible, you will require access to personal transportation. This is a 7 week assignment.

Why Work for Adecco?
We offer competitive pay
Our associates are paid weekly, accurately, and on time
Medical and dental benefits can become available once qualified
We are intensely focused on the health and safety of our associates
We offer free training programs for candidates
We care about our associates.
We will always try to find a position for you that is the right fit, and a company that is comfortable for you.

Bonuses : $50/week perfect attendance bonus, with $100 assignment completion bonus

Shift Times: 7:00AM - 3:30PM, and 3:30PM to 12:00AM

Reach Truck Operator Responsibilities:

Utilizing the Reach Truck

Ability to work up to 40’ heights

Lifting up to 30lbs



Reach Truck Operator Qualifications:

Certified on the Reach Truck

Experience working up to 40’ heights

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Reference number CA_EN_1_026527_12215008

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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