A warehouse worker is a highly skilled and integral professional within any business that deals with orders or products. They are responsible for the receiving and processing of incoming stock, picking orders from warehouse stock and managing them accordingly. Warehouse workers are the backbone of many businesses – without them, a company would struggle to keep track of inventory and product would likely go missing or get misplaced.
As a warehouse worker, you must be able to work quickly and efficiently while paying close attention to detail. Many businesses rely on warehouse workers to keep their products and inventory organized so that it can be easily accessed when needed. If you are interested in a career as a warehouse worker, you will need to be physically fit as the job requires lifting and moving heavy objects. You will also need to be able to work well under pressure as deadlines are often tight.
Experience: Warehouse experience is an asset but not mandatory
Duration: 2 weeks
Requirement: Ability to lift to 40lbs, steel toe boots, and experience using an RF Scanner