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Order Pick Pack

Location: Leetsdale
Posted on: June 10, 2024

Job Description:

Warehouse Order Pick Pack

Adecco is assisting a local client recruiting for a current Warehouse Order Picker - Packer job in Leetsdale, PA. This opportunity is long-term temporary to hire. As a Warehouse Order Picker - Packer you will hand pick orders, build and stretch wrap pallets, label, and transport products within a warehouse facility. If you meet the qualifications listed below please Apply Now!

Responsibilities for the Warehouse Order Picker - Packer job include:

•Pick orders by reading pick tickets, complete necessary paperwork, move products to the warehouse shipping area and operate barcode scanners during order picking or put-away process

•Must have experience pulling orders for shipment

•Packaging kits to order specifications

•Working in a team environment to efficiently package required orders

•Handling finished materials and move to appropriate storage areas within the warehouse

Candidates must meet the following requirements for consideration:

•High School diploma or GED

•Previous order pick or inventory experience preferred

•Criminal background check and drug screen

Pay for this position is $9 - $9.25/hr plus overtime as needed. This is a temporary-to-hire opportunity.

Adecco provides one of the most comprehensive benefits package in the industry to contract workers. Benefits are available to you as a contractor after one week of employment.

For immediate consideration, please contact:


192 Ohio River Blvd

Phone: 724-251-3013

Fax: 724-251-3019

Email: lisa.morgan@adeccona.com

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

Keywords: , Pittsburgh , Order Pick Pack, Other , Leetsdale, Pennsylvania

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