Drivers and professional movers required! Pay starts from$22-25.

  Toronto

BOXIFY Moving and Storage, Inc. is a locally owned and operated company looking movers. We are looking for hard working, experienced and clean cut, individuals who have great customer service abilities. No day or job is the same, which makes each day unique and offers the opportunity for growth and education. Moving Teams are responsible for ensuring furniture is loaded and unloaded professionally and carefully while providing an excellent customer experience. Experience in furniture moving and packing is a must. We have an exciting, fast paced & team-based work environment with a strong commitment to customer satisfaction!

Job Duties & Responsibilities:
Work in a moving team of least 3 members
Wrap furniture in protective material
Load, pack and unload items with care
Ensure that no items are damaged while moving, immediately report broken or damaged items
Place furniture in the requested positions at the new location
Assist in taking inventory of items and ensure that no items are lost during transportation
Pack and/or unpack furniture for short-term and/or long term vault storage in warehouse
Perform various duties in warehouse as needed

Requirements:
Must be in good physical condition
Punctual and professional
Must have reliable transportation

Driver’s license is a plus
Dependable and flexible to work varying shifts based on customer demand. Work overtime is required

Experience:
Furniture moving (preferred)

Pay
Hourly rates starting at $22 per hour . Paid weekly
$250 bonus for referring a friend

Schedule
Day shift
Overtime
Weekend availability

For more information, please contact recruitment at hr@boxify.ca or Call us at

Job Type: Full-time

Pay Starts: From $22.00 per hour

Benefits:
Paid time off
Schedule:
Day shift
Overtime
Weekend availability
Supplemental Pay:
Tips

Experience:
moving or labor-related: 1 year (Preferred)

Language:
English (Required)

Willingness to travel:
75% (Required)

Work Location: One location

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