Shipper Receiver

  • Category
    Industrial & manufacturing - Assembly / Production
  • Job type
    Temporary/Contract
  • Location
    Orangeville, Ontario

Adecco is currently hiring a Shipper/Receiver/Forklift Operator for one of our clients in Orangeville. Our client is a leading plastic product manufacturer who is at the forefront of product development and manufacturing technology. The successful candidate should be dedicated and reliable and in return can expect full time hours and long term employment with a thriving company. This is a senior level position. Candidates must have a minimum of 5 years experience in Shipping/Receiving.

Shipper/Receiver/Forklift Operator Job Responsibilities:
Operates Forklift
Uses computers with a high focus on quality
Standard Shipping and receiving
Follows standards, rules, policies, work instructions, directions
Customs paperwork, cross border shipping
Use handheld scanners

Shipper/Receiver/Forklift Operator Job Qualifications:
Must be familiar with using computers
Must have experience with using hand held tools such as; measuring equipment, tape measures, calipers, micrometers
Must be able to lift, push (up to 100 lbs on a roller table), pull, pinch
Detail oriented and good communication skills
Previous manufacturing experience in a continuous process is a must, preferably in a plastics extrusion environment
Must have 1 to 2 years of previous Forklift experience.
We will provide certification if you have the proven experience.
Must have own steel toed boots

If you are interested in the Shipper/Receiver/Forklift Operator position in Orangeville, ON, please click on the "Apply with Adecco" button now.


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Reference number CA_EN_1_023601_12130379

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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