Warehouse Associate

  • Category
    Warehousing - Material Handler
  • Job type
    Direct Hire
  • Location
    Whitby, Ontario

Adecco is currently recruiting 5 full time afternoon and 5 full time night shift Material Handler positions for a busy warehouse distribution center in Whitby, ON. This is a fixed term permanent position, in order to qualify for this Material Handler role, you must be able to lift 55 pounds, perform repetitive lifting/bending, and have min. 6 months of warehouse experience. There are 2 shifts in which they require to staff for: Afternoon shift which is 4:00pm to 12:00am & and Midnight shift which is 12:00am to 8am. Must be able to work Saturdays and Sundays during busy periods and must be able to work day shifts during the first week of training. Our client is a well-established, Canadian company that is known for fantastic customer service and innovative retailing. The pay rate for this position is $15.78/hr contract length is approx. 5 months in length.

 

Material Handler Responsibilities:

  • Using RF scanner to navigate warehouse shelving.
  • Selecting cases of product and compiling orders on a skid.
  • Moving/rotating product as required.
  • Cleaning and maintaining warehouse environment.
  • Unloading products from shipping containers

 

Material Handler Qualifications:

  • Must pass criminal background check
  • Ability to stand and lift 50lbs continuously throughout an 8 hour shift.
  • Strong English communication skills.
  • Experience with an end rider/motorized pallet jack is an asset.

 

If you are interested in this busy Material Handler fixed term permanent opportunity in Whitby, apply now.

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  • Apply with Adecco

Reference number CA_EN_1_021050_12295125

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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