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Am Package Centre Clerk - Winnipeg, Winnipeg

Published 2022-05-25
Expires 2022-06-25
ID #1012461509
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Am Package Centre Clerk - Winnipeg, Winnipeg
Canada, Manitoba, Winnipeg,
Published May 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Am package centre clerk - winnipeg


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This position is responsible for loading, unloading, shipping, receiving, scanning, sorting, and stocking packages. He/She may utilize heavy machinery to complete tasks. This position performs other tasks as assigned.

Location: 1740 Dublin Ave., Winnipeg

Shift: 6AM - 11AM, Monday to Friday


Responsibilities:
Delivers outstanding customer service to walk-in customers and telephone inquiries.
Takes ownership of customer's shipping needs and offers viable solutions.
Takes action to learn all product and service offerings, alternative solutions, and industry trends.
Operates all equipment, software, and devices and trains others.
Maintains a clean, organized, and safe working environment.

Qualifications:
High school diploma , GED, or International equivalent
Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office and Adobe Suites
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to lift 40+ lbs./18+ kgs.
UPS Canada is a diverse and equal opportunity employer. Please advise our HR representatives if workplace accommodation is needed. Thank you for your interest in UPS Canada.

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