General Labour – Material Handler

  Winnipeg

Are you a reliable individual seeking long term daytime work in a warehouse environment? Apply now for an immediate opportunity as a Material Handler in the Mission Industrial Park in East Winnipeg!

Candidates must be available Monday to Friday during daytime hours. The shift starts at 7:00 am to 3:30 Monday to Friday.

This is an ongoing temporary position with no current end date. The ideal candidate will be physically capable of repetitive lifting and have a strong track record of attendance and reliability. Must be able to work in a team.

Advantages
-Monday to Friday
-Daytime hours
-$13.50/hour
-Access to health and dental benefits at a reduced cost
-Bus route accessible
-Free parking on site
-Paid weekly via direct deposit
-4% vacation pay paid weekly
-Moderate pace work environment

Responsibilities
-Racking materials for galvanizing – 5 lbs to 30 lbs
-Cleaning galvanized materials with a grinder or a hand file
-Unracking Transferring materials to an order bin.
-Repetitive lifting
-Cleaning work area during downtime between galvanizing

Qualifications
-Steel-toed shoes required
-6+ months warehouse or general labour experience is an asset
-Owning a car is an asset
-Physically capable of prolonged standing, bending and lifting up to 40 lbs
-Good verbal and written communication in English
-Team player with a positive attitude

Summary
Ways to apply;

– Apply directly to this post
– Email your resume to winnipegindustrial@randstad.ca Include the title of this job ad in the subject line
– Create a profile and apply through our website, www.randstad.ca

**At this time our office is currently closed and we will be conducting all interviews virtually and over the phone. Please visit www.randstad.ca to learn more about how we are working hard to protect our clients and our candidates during the Covid-19 pandemic.

We thank all applicants for their interest in this position and only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Thanks!

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