Stacker / Palletizer

  • location: Reedley, CA
  • type: Temporary
  • salary: $14 per hour

job description

Stacker / Palletizer

Are you a go-getter with a great can-do attitude? Do you have a little experience and looking for your next warehouse opportunity? We are hiring Stackers  to work for a great company in Reedley, CA. You can expect to work under the day to day guidance of the packing house supervisor. We are looking for engaged and enthusiastic individuals who are looking to work in the production industry, apply today!   

Responsibilities

Employee will be stacking cases of citrus fruit on to designated pallete, Strapping palletes, operating a pallete jack, lifting 20 to 40lbs cases, and standing up to 8 or more hours a day.



The essential functions of this role include:

  • working up to 4 hrs of overtime per week
Skills
  • Stacking
  • Standing
  • Lifting
Education
  • No Degree Required
Qualifications
  • Years of experience: 0 years
  • Experience level:Entry Level
Shift: First

Working hours: 6 AM - 2:30 PM

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