Partnerships between Adecco and a local client always give great
benefits! While working as a Warehouse Package Handler for Adecco
at a local client, you will earn $17.00 - $18.00/hr and receive a
weekly paycheck. Warehouse Package Handler jobs at a local client
are temp to hire that will allow you to enhance your career while
gaining valuable warehouse experience.
As a Warehouse Package Handler at a local client you will hand
pick orders, build and stretch wrap pallets, pack and label
merchandise for shipment.
Primary responsibilities include:
Picking orders and placing items on conveyors
Packaging product to order specifications
Working in a team environment to efficiently package required
Operating carts, dollies, and other moving equipment to move
large quantities of merchandise
These Warehouse Package Handler jobs are entry level positions.
Training is provided and no previous experience is necessary. This
is an excellent opportunity to earn $15.00/hr while gaining
valuable experience that you can add to your resume.
Qualifications for Warehouse Package Handler include
1 year of warehouse, logistics, or distribution center
Ability to follow verbal and written instructions
Must have reliable transportation and good attendance
Ability to stand for entire shift and walk throughout the
We have openings on 1st and 2nd shifts!
For instant consideration for this Warehouse Package Handler job
in Santa Fe Springs, California, click on Apply Now!
--Benefits include 30% off all merchandise and free lunch on
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