Pallet Repair Worker


Are you good with your hands, and comfortable using power tools? We have a great opportunity for a Pallet Repair Worker for a busy pallet recycling facility. You will be repairing and rebuilding pallets using various power tools including a pneumatic air gun and bandsaw. This is a fast paced environment, and so you will need to be comfortable quickly grasping new concepts, and be able to work independently.

The location is transit accessible, in south east Calgary. The pay is $16 per hour. The shift is days – Monday to Friday 7am to 3:30pm.

The duties will include:
•Break down pallets
•Repair pallets
•Build pallets
•Use tools including pneumatic air gun, band saw and grinder;

Experience you will need:
•At least 6 months experience of using hand and power tools in a work environment
•Previous experience of repairing pallets is an asset, but we are also interested in candidates with similar skills such as roofing and some construction work
•You will need excellent manual dexterity
•You must be able to follow instructions, quickly grasp new concepts, and then work independently
•Ability to work in a high paced environment
•You must be able to lift up to 50lbs

•Monday to Friday, day shift
•Pay is $16 an hour, paid weekly
•Transit accessible location in south east Calgary
•Free parking is available
•Optional benefits are available through Randstad from your first payday

If you have the right experience and are interested in finding out more, please get in touch! An immediate start is available for qualified candidates. If you are interested please choose one of the options below!

** Online: Apply directly to this job advert or register yourself online at

** Email: send your resume directly to the following consultants, stating the job role in the email subject line:;

Randstad Canada
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