Loading/Unloading – Brampton/Woodbridge –


Dear Job Seekers,

Are you ready to take on a new career challenge? Are you interested in starting to work immediately in the Brampton-Woodbridge area? Well here is your chance to work for a major supply chain company—which also happens to be a large multinational corporation!

This is a great opportunity for those who are looking for full time hours with possible overtime, as well as the opportunity to grow into the company. If you have experiences in general labour and are comfortable with the details below, we would love to hear from you!

– On the border of Brampton & Woodbridge (Highway 50/Castlemore Rd)

Shifts Available:

Shift C:
Mon-Thu (6PM-4:30AM)
Fri-Sat-Sun OFF

Shift A:
Sun-Mon-Tue (6AM-6PM)
Wed (6AM -12PM)
Thu-Fri- Sat OFF

Shift B:
Wed (12PM-6PM)
Thu-Fri-Sat (6AM-6PM)
Sun-Mon-Tues OFF

Additional Shifts: (not available yet)
– Mon-Fri (6AM-2:30PM)
– Mon-Fri (7AM-3:30PM)
– Mon-Fri (8AM-4:30PM)

Pay Rate:

– Full time hours, with 3 days off!
– Overtime and double-overtime available
– Weekly pay periods
– 4% vacation pay paid out weekly or banked
– Opportunity to be hired permanently by the company!
– Bright and clean warehouse, conveniently located on the border of Brampton & Woodbridge
– Customized benefits starting on day one
– Working for a prestigious USA-based logistics company

– Working in a team environment in a large warehouse
– Loading & unloading products on/off trailers
– Order picking, packaging, labeling, lifting, other general labour tasks
– Maintaining a safe working environment

– Legally eligible to work full-time
– Must have steel-toed safety shoes
– Previous experience with general labour
– Must have a clean criminal background

If you are interested, please apply online and email me at ravinder.mehmi@randstad.ca. I can also be reached at 289-442-0763 (text me).

We thank you for your interest in this general labour opportunity in Brampton-Woodbridge. We will review your application and contact you shortly if you’re a good fit. Good luck!


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