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Electric Pallet Jack Operator

Company: Adecco USA
Location: Mount Juliet
Posted on: November 23, 2021

Job Description:

Electric Pallet Jack Driver Adecco is hiring immediately for Electric Pallet Jack Driver jobs at our client site in Mount Juliet, TN. Electric Pallet Jack Driver do essential jobs with one of our premier clients in a state-of-the-art facility, with starting pay at $16.00/hr., plus available overtime. As an Electric Pallet Jack Driver, you will load and unload shipments and move materials throughout the warehouse. Requirements:

  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
  • 1+ years related forklift experience
  • Flexibility in schedule to work overtime as needed What's in this for you?
  • Weekly pay starting at $16.00 /hr.
  • Benefits after 1 week - medical, dental, vision, options
  • Generous referral bonuses offered Other Job Details:
  • Multiple shifts - We will help you chose the best shift for your schedule!
  • Remote on boarding and drive-up hiring are available
  • Safety measures in place including contact free temp checks, increased cleaning/sanitation, and more Click on apply now for immediate consideration for these Electric Pallet Jack Driver jobs in Mount Juliet, TN! After submitting your application, you will have the opportunity to schedule an immediate interview at our socially distanced recruiting center! Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/DisabledTo read our Candidate Privacy Information Statement, which explains how we will use your information, please navigate to https://www.adeccousa.com/candidate-privacyThe Company will consider qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records

Keywords: Adecco USA, Nashville , Electric Pallet Jack Operator, Other , Mount Juliet, Tennessee

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