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The opportunity you have been waiting for: Apply for Warehouse Attendant Job in Canada

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Here is the time to apply for a warehouse attendant Job in Canada. Warehouse attendants work in warehouses where they receive, unpack, arrange, store goods, and gather, pack, prepare and load goods for dispatch. A warehouse attendant is a professional who is an integral part of any business that stores and processes orders or products. They oversee receiving and processing incoming stock, picking orders from warehouse stock and managing them.


Common duties of a Warehouse Attendant are inspecting goods for damage or defects, doing
data entry work, maintaining the receiving area clean and organized, maintaining physical inventories, arranging products on pallets, packing items and pulling items based on customers’ orders. You don’t need to have experience with a Job in Canada before getting a warehouse attendant job.


An applicant for this Canadian job must have a minimum high school diploma or equivalent. Also, you must be able to communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in written form, Capable of heavy lifting and heavy work, be familiar with proper lifting techniques, and be able to write legibly and maintain organized and accurate records and reports.


Responsibilities


Assist user departments in obtaining their material requirements in a timely fashion; Execute department processes (e.g. Cycle counts); perform data entry into the SAP system, including material issues, receipts, transfers, etc. Also, become familiar with all facets of the role, including various computer applications, stock numbers, material receipts/issues/shipping, quality control and related paperwork; Loading/unloading trucks, stocking shelves, and picking materials to fill orders.


The sum of $30.30–$34.64 will be paid when you work hourly for the job.

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Location: London, ON

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