Metal Picker/Sorter – 4:30pm – 2:00am – Permanent

Are you interested in an entry level labour position? Do you describe yourself as a night owl?

Our client is seeking to add multiple new team members to their evening shift – Monday to Friday – 4:30PM – 2:00am.

Due to location must have vehicle or reliable transportation

This is a temporary to permanent position for high performing workers. Hired after 3 months with wage increase medical/dental benefits and unionized environment.

Starting wage is $13.50 – $14.00 per hour.

What you will be doing:

Working in conveyor picking stations removing unwanted material from product stream Cleaning production areas, including shoveling, scraping and sweeping Assist with shop and yard cleanliness by removing debris and picking-up metal from various places throughout the facility Clearing snow as required. Loading and unloading material and equipment Assisting operators with maintenance and repairs of equipment Pressure washing yard equipment Assist in organizing and cleaning warehousing and part storage areas

Requirements:

No experience necessary but previous work experience in a manufacturing, production, or similar scrapyard/auto part environment will be considered an asset Able to meet the physical demands of the position including standing, walking, sitting, climbing, crawling, kneeling, bending, moderate to heavy lifting and pushing and pulling up to 50 pounds throughout the day Willing and able to work in variable weather conditions including hot, dry summer conditions and cold, harsh winter conditions Knowledge and understanding of metallic materials purchased, ferrous and non-ferrous classifications, an asset Able to work with minimal supervision/general oversight Able to communicate clearly as including using a handheld radio

Must own or be willing to purchase – Hard Hat, Hi Vis Vest, Steel Toe Boots, Safety glasses and safety gloves

Must have a vehicle, as no bus service is available at shift time

Job Types: Contract, Permanent

Salary: $13.50-$14.00 per hour

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