SHIPPER

  • Category
    Office, clerical & administrative - Clerical
  • Job type
    Direct Hire
  • Location
    Aurora, Ontario

Our client in Aurora, is looking for a Shipper to become a part of their team. This will be a full-time, morning shift running from Monday to Friday, 07:00 am 03:30 pm and Pay Range is $34,000 - $38,000 per year.

Job Summary: The shipper is responsible for ensuring all orders are shipped from the Distribution Center within the published  timelines in accordance with policy and procedures.

Shipping Process Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with Order Processing Manager to create efficiencies in the shipping processes
  • Communicate any shipping inefficiencies/or missing requirements to the Order Processing Manager, such HTS codes or Federal Tax ID numbers
  • Work in conjunction with Order Processing Supervisor and Loading Dock Coordinator to plan and prioritize orders to ensure they are shipped within the published timelines
  • Ensure all orders that exceed our basic shipping requirements (cubic capacity) are split correctly and rated accurately and in accordance to our freight rating policy and procedures
  • Ensure all Collect or Third Party Shipments are processed as per policy and procedures
  • Follow all special instructions (such as delivery appointments) referenced in the warehouse notes on the order have been adhered to and transposed onto the BOL correctly and accurately
  • Cross reference all Trade Direct shipments and ensure they are thoroughly checked between our invoice, Commercial invoice and order prior to processing the shipment
  • Ensure Trade Direct `End of Day reporting is accurate and signed prior to submitting to customs for clearance. Generate all BOLs for Canadian shipments and ensure they are scheduled with assigned carrier(s) within stipulated time frames
  • Follow shipping processes are ensure they are adhered to at all times
  • Upkeep of all internal shipping documentation and worksheets in keeping them maintained and updated
  • Be fully knowledgeable in the functions of the department to assist in other areas as required
  • Ensure Health and Safety Policy & Procedures are adhered to at all times and notify Management if any incidents or breach of these policies incur
Loading Dock Responsibilities
  • Ensure that all orders are staged to be shipped have been labelled correctly and packing slip and BOL affixed to shipment
  • Ensure all shipments meet company and customer delivery commitments
  • Ensure UPS Southbound logistic trailers are loaded within the stipulated timeframe provided by Management and to maximum skid capacity and skid and box counts agree to Master Invoice

Academic/Educational Requirements:
  • OSSD or equivalent Valid Forklift Class Certification an asset

Required Skills/Experience:
  • Minimum 2 years shipping/receiving experience
  • Forklift certification
  • Safety conscious at all times
  • Ability to work well under pressure in a fast faced environment
  • Ability to work well on a team but be self-motivated and independent at times
  • Strong organizational and time management skills
  • Great attention to detail Positive attitude
  • Ability to follow verbal and written instructions
  • Ability and willingness to take initiative
  • Willingness to learn and work to the best of his/her ability and be versatile/cross trained in other warehouse functions
  • Knowledge of UPS Connect System an asset but not a requirement Working Conditions OHS regulated facility Clean, heated warehouse environment, with frequent exposure to outside temperatures around the loading dock area

If you believe you are a fit for this role, please apply with an updated resume.

Thank you!

B6520

  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_1_026520_12166824

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