Warehouse Associate/Conveyor Technician

By | March 4, 2021

About Our Client
Everyone always says gone are the days where you start on the job with no experience, and your employer will train and work with you until you gain the experience needed to succeed. But not with my client!

Since 1928 our client has been one of the best in rubber distribution. They are 3rd generation owned family business and now more than even product quality and outstanding service is what they strive for. They are currently looking for a Warehouse Associate who wants to grow into a conveyor belt technician If you want a long lasting, stable position with a company that genuinely cares about your wellbeing than keep reading!

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY
Leading in Rubber distribution (conveyor belting, hydraulic/industrial hoses/v belts/snowplow blades for many manufacturing companies. The ideal candidate will need to be able to lift 50 lbs or more due to the heavy nature of rubber, as well as an intense willingness to learn and grow into a more technical role. The CEO of this company started sweeping the floors and wants someone with that same kind of drive to come on board and grow! You have to have that drive, and they want to see you get there!

ABOUT THE POSITION
Reporting to the General Manager you will be expected to participate in warehouse duties as well as going on the road (using the company truck) and tending to the clients who need help fixing some of their conveyor issues.

THE REQUIREMENTS
Mechanical Aptitude (using hand machines and an affinity for fixing machines)
Valid G License for on the road driving
Heavy Lifting is a requirement
You WILL be working outdoors, so you have to have 100% okay with working outside in spring, summer winter and fall.
Aggregate experience would be the ultimate cherry on top.
Experience fixing conveyors (asset but not necessary)
50% of time spend in the warehouse 50% of the time spent on the road. (So you aren’t always outside)
Clean Drivers Abstract
If you are working outside you will have to be comfortable with heights (willing to train)
If you have your forklift license (even better, but not necessary)

Compensation and Benefits:
Hourly salary between 18-23 an hour (depending on experience)
Time and a half on Saturday even if you don’t go over their hours
Will pay additional hourly pay while out on the road. As well as 50 cent per km in their own car
Access to the company car depending on location of the job site

Shifts:
8am-5pm
Emergency calls happen either before your usual hours and sometimes after, you will have to be someone who is flexible.
Occasional Saturday (this is if a client has an emergency)

Please apply directly to this posting with the most recent version of your resume. If you would like to speak with us regarding this position, please contact Sabrina Morris at: smorris@impactrecruitment.ca. To learn more about our open positions, visit us at impactrecruitment.ca.

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