Warehouse Order Picker, Calgary, Co-op Refinery Complex

Published 2022-06-30
Expires 2022-07-30
ID #1067142432
Warehouse Order Picker, Calgary, Co-op Refinery Complex
Canada, Alberta, Calgary,
Published June 30, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Warehouse order picker

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Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) is immediately hiring Warehouse Order Pickers on a Permanent Part-Time basis at our Food Distribution Centre in SE Calgary, Alberta!

Who we are:

As a co-operative, we do business differently. We believe in working together to serve Western Canadians, delivering profits back to our communities and investing in sustainable growth. Our work is guided by our values of integrity, excellence and responsibility and driven by our vision of building sustainable communities together. To learn more about who we are, visit .

What you’ll do:

Our Team Members play an integral part to ensure Co-op Food, Hardware and Agriculture Store shelves are fully stocked across Western Canada. FCL provides an environment for our team members to grow and develop their careers, starting from our Warehouse Order Picker position! To see more of our Distribution Centre and one of our Co-op Employee Stories, watch our.

You will fill, check and pack orders using a pallet jack and headset system throughout the warehouse, selecting items from floor stock to assemble on pallets, to then be transported to local Co-ops.
Assist in handling incoming merchandise and housekeeping.
Performing physical work including frequent bending, lifting, and reaching. We take pride in ensuring ergonomic safety is fostered and encouraged.
You will be working in a fast-paced environment in various climates (e.g., freezer on occasion, proper PPE is supplied and premium pay eligible).
You will have an opportunity to also work in our Home & Building Solutions warehouse when required.
The starting rate of pay is $18.54/hr.
You are also eligible for premiums when working in the Freezer or Yard, as per the CBA.

Why it matters:

We help local Co-ops serve their communities by providing support and leadership to food, pharmacy, hardware, agriculture, liquor and convenience stores, and by delivering quality products and exemplary customer service.

Who you are:

You are looking for a positive working environment to develop a career in Supply Chain, and:

You have a minimum of Grade 12 or currently enrolled in High School
You have basic computer knowledge
Previous warehouse experience (including shipping/receiving) would be an asset
You’re honest and trustworthy, results oriented and strive to be the best in what you do
You believe in collaboration, building relationships and value the perspectives of others

Our Team Members in this role receive an employer-contributed pension plan, health benefits when maintaining 24hrs/week, and union membership. We encourage our team members to take advantage of our vast range of learning opportunities, to grow and develop, and to foster a culture of teamwork and innovation!

FCL embraces diversity and inclusion and we’re working to create a workplace that is as diverse as the communities we serve. We support and provide an environment that allows every person to bring their whole self to work.

We take the health and well-being of our team members and customers very seriously. We continue to take steps across all areas of our business and locations to keep our team members and customers safe and healthy.

We thank all candidates for their interest, however only those selected to continue in the recruitment process will be contacted.

Please note you may be required to undergo a background and substance test in accordance with FCL policies. FCLHP









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