Van-Kam Freightways Ltd. is Western Canada’s leading LTL Service provider; founded in 1947 Van Kam has a long standing history in the transportation industry and is a well-known name in Western Canada. Engrained into Van Kam’s history of 72 years is a company dedicated to growth, stability, and community. As a company that continues to prosper, we value our employees at every level and recognize that our success is based upon having committed individuals on our team.
We are currently hiring a service driven Office Admin – Shop/Fleet to work the Surrey shop. The successful candidate would be responsible for the following duties:
• Receiving and posting all invoices and credits to work orders
• Allocating PO numbers for service/work orders and stock
• Updating and setting up new units for truck, trailer and forklifts in the system
• Running the PM services and opening work orders for the services/CVI
• Liaise with outside vendors for work orders and parts/stock
• Filing for the truck/trailer/forklift/power walkers
• Print and check work orders for Surrey mechanics – time and parts used
• Updating and maintaining mechanic payroll hours and information in the AS400
• Fax repairs to inspection stations as required
• Applying for renewal of station/ordering CVI decals
Applicants must have previous clerical experience, specifically data entry and filing. This is a fast paced environment and the successful candidate must be able to work in a shop environment. We require a service oriented person who is proficient with Microsoft Office. The successful candidate must have time management skills, organization skills and be able to work in a team. Previous experience in the transportation industry with an AS400 system is an asset, but not required.
If you are interested in joining the Van Kam team, please email your updated resume and cover letter outlining your interest in this opportunity.
We thank all applicants; however only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
“Van Kam is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Environmental Responsibility”