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Kenosha warehouse opportunities-- available immediately!

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Volt Information Sciences
KENOSHA WAREHOUSE OPPORTUNITIES-- Available immediately!
Volt Workforce Solutions
Kenosha, WI
Posted:6/11/2014
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Location: US-WI-Kenosha
Job Type: Contingent/Temporary
Duration: 180 - 365 Days
Pay Rate: $10.00 /Hour
Job ID 0-7-352036
Contact: Volt Workforce Solutions
550 Warrenville Rd., Ste. 200
Lisle, IL 60532
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Date Posted: 6/11/2014Job Description
One of the Kenosha area''s largest employers has IMMEDIATE openings for qualified and motivated order pickers. The position requires the use of a handheld scanner and riding pallet jacks or forklift experience.
Armed with the tools of the trade you will be picking orders for customers all over the country and stacking them on pallets for shipment. You will be consistently working a full 8 hour shift as well a strong potential for overtime. During this shift you will be on your feet, standing, bending and lifting.
Candidates who meet the position need and can pass the pre-employment screenings should find themselves starting within 2 weeks!
Volt has been serving some of the nation''s strongest companies for over 60 years. As a Volt employee, you can expect the highest level of on-site support. We have a long-standing tradition of developing lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with its employees.
Job Requirements
Qualifying for this position means you have comparable job experience and can pass the necessary pre-employment screenings prior to starting.
HS Diploma or GED is required for the role. Individuals must bring HS diploma or equivalency information with them to the interview.
1st, 2nd shifts are available as well as 3rd shift weekends. These hours include:
1 shift 6:00am to 2:00pm
2nd Shift 2:30pm to 10:30pm
3rd shift 10:00pm to 6:30am
Volt is an equal opportunity employer
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