Warehouse Worker

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

Adecco is currently hiring 5 Warehouse Workers for our client in Ottawa West (Stittsville). Our client is completing a few warehouse re-arrangement projects to get ready for their new production line and is looking for associates who have a minimum of 6 months of warehouse experience and are able to work in a fast paced warehouse environment, perform repetitive and perform very physically demanding tasks.

This is an 8 week contract opportunity to start with potential to turn permanent will be based on performance and business needs.
The hours are 7:25am (sharp) until 5pm Monday to Friday with a pay rate of $16/hr There will be a 1-hour lunch break on all shifts. 

Warehouse Worker Duties can include:

-    Replenishing and putting away products, re-arranging shelving units
-    Loading and unloading trucks 
-    Operating warehouse equipment such as: stock pickers, electric pallet trucks, and balers
-    Order picking, packing, wrapping, labeling, shipping and receiving products
-    Maintaining a safe and clean work environment 
-    Inventory counting 

Warehouse Worker Requirements: 

-    Excellent attendance and punctuality 
-    Able to work in a fast paced warehouse environment, perform repetitive and perform very physically demanding tasks with minimal supervision
-    Attentive to details with strong organizational skills 
-    Steel Toed work boots
-    Must be able to pass a criminal record check 


To be considered for this Warehouse Worker opportunity in Ottawa West (Stittsville), please click on Apply Now!




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