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Vanderpol�s Eggs Ltd. Warehouse Shipper/Reciever Full Time in Abbotsford, BC

Vanderpol�s Eggs Ltd.

Branch Abbotsford BC CA

Position:
Warehouse Shipper/Reciever
Location:
Abbotsford, BC

Ï¿½ Valid, clean Class 5 Canadian Driver�s License. The Warehouse Shipper/Receiver is a member of the warehouse team and as such, participates in team efforts…

Vanderpol Eggs Ltd is a company who values their employees. Located in the Fraser Valley, we are a family owned company proudly servicing local and international customers for more than 55 years. This stability has not limited our ongoing growth and therefore has created numerous advancement opportunities for employees at all levels. We constantly look for ways to improve the work environment, provide a safe workplace, listen to our employees, communicate company information, and provide ongoing training to assist employees in performing their current job and also prepare them for career opportunities. We also offer a competitive compensation and benefits package.

Vanderpol�s Eggs is looking for a Warehouse Shipper/Receiver to work from its Abbotsford facility. The primary role of the Warehouse Shipper/Receiver is to (a) Pick and assemble orders. (b) Rotate stock. (c) Receive raw materials/ packaging and manufactured goods into the warehouse facility. The Warehouse Shipper/Receiver is a member of the warehouse team and as such, participates in team efforts to achieve assigned business unit goals; works closely with team members to ensure all warehouse/inventory activities are completed on time and according to SOPs and regulatory requirements; and provides support to other roles within the warehouse as required. This position requires shift work, weekend and holiday rotations.

The Warehouse Shipper/Receiver role includes: �
Receiving �
Picking and Shipping �
Materials Handling �
Quality and Customer Focus �
Safety & Work Environment �
Continuous Improvement

COMPETENCIES (Knowledge, Skills, Ability) �
Team focus which includes the effective collaboration with others to achieve area and team goals. Communicates information with fellow team members, lead hand, and other department team members. Encourages others. �
Participate in required meetings and safety discussions providing input and recommendations. �
Able to move from one task to another efficiently and accurately. �
Operate equipment I.E. lift truck, forklift.
o Forklift Operators Certificate.
o 5 ton truck, 6 speed manual transmission. �
Very detail oriented and accuracy in reading and interpreting documents such as pick orders, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. �
Good verbal and written communication skills with the proven ability to clearly understand instructions and communicate one-on-one. �
Organized in approach to work assignments, practices effective time management, and prioritizes tasks. �
Deal with changes, delays, or unexpected events in a calm and timely manner and Constructive problem solving.

To be considered for this position you must meet the minimum following requirements. �

Six months experience in fast-paced warehouse environment, preferably within the food industry. �
High school diploma or general education degree (GED). �
Fluent English (verbal and written communication skills) with the ability to follow clear instructions. �
Demonstrated ability to operate material handling equipment. Forklift Operators Certificate and Pallet Movers operators Certificate a must. �
Valid, clean Class 5 Canadian Driver�s License. �
Basic proficiency with MS Office applications and internet applications. Experience using manufacturing/inventory control computer systems or databases a plus. �
Able to perform tasks requiring frequent standing, walking, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and crawling. �
Capable of repetitive heavy lifting I.E. Lift or carry up to 30 lbs cases (frequently); lift or move up to 100 lbs (occasionally). �
Use simple mathematics for inventory control.

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Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Abbotsford, BC, CA
Posted on: 2015-09-22
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