Our client is a global leader in the third party logistics industry who has been dominating for over 140 years. Due to growth, they are currently looking for 30 Warehouse Associates to join their team in Delta, BC. They offer afternoon shifts, paying $15.50 to $16.00 per hour. The also provide a safe, clean and professional work environment where employees have fun and managers provide a supportive atmosphere.
SHIFTS AVAILABLE: Afternoons
DAYS: Mondays to Fridays
HOURS: 3:30 pm – 11:30 pm
PAY: $15.00 Per hour
LOCATION: Delta, British Columbia
Sorting products, ticketing, packing and labeling boxes.
Work for leaders in the industry
Benefits Available through Randstad
Potential for long term work
Stable and Consistent Hours
Covid Protocols strictly enforced
Safe and Clean facility
Supportive Management Team
No experience necessary.
Able to stand for a long period of time.
Must pass criminal check.
Must be legally entitled to work full time in Canada.
If you are interested and qualify, please apply here or email email@example.com or call 905-317-5195.
Happy Job Hunting!
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