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General Labor, Sorter

Company: Careerbuilder-US
Location: Vancouver
Posted on: September 24, 2022

Job Description:

General Labor, Sorter, Entry Level - We're immediately hiring General Laborers / Sorters to sort recyclables at a large recycling and processing plant in Vancouver, WA . Sorting recyclables is not a glamorous job but it's a necessary one that helps keep our community clean. NO DIPLOMA OR EXPERIENCE NEEDED! Tons of Growth Potential - We Promote from Within! MULTIPLE SHIFTS AVAILABLE! As a full-time General Laborer / Sorter, you'll earn $15.85 - $16.85 per hour. Plus, as a General Laborer / Sorter at Leadpoint, you'll enjoy perks that include: Health, dental and vision insurance options after 90 days of employment. Company-provided PPE including safety vests, hard hats, safety glasses, protective gloves and arm shields. An employee lunchroom with a refrigerator and microwave for your use. Paid time off that starts to accumulate after 90 days of employment. Weekly pay. Job Requirements:Prior warehouse, general labor or sorting experience is a plus, but not required. We need reliable, detail and safety-oriented Sorters who: - - Can lift up to 25 pounds, as needed, and stand -for your entire shift. - Consent to a background check. Leadpoint prides itself on being a second-chance employer. Consent to a drug screen. Have reliable transportation to get to work although many of our facilities are located near a bus line. We also promote carpooling and ride sharing. If you can follow instructions and enjoy working as part of a team, then please APPLY NOW to start your career with -Leadpoint. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Keywords: Careerbuilder-US, Vancouver , General Labor, Sorter, Other , Vancouver, Washington

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