Department: Transport, Mail and Distribution Services
Grade: Truck Helper
Campus: Sir George Williams (Downtown)
Union/Association/HR Policy: STT des métiers de Concordia-CSN
Reporting to the Supervisor, Distribution, Transportation and Mail Services, the incumbent assists in the transport and the delivery of goods, materials, furniture, and equipment throughout the University.
- Load and unload trucks, with or without the assistance of the Truck Driver.
- Operate forklifts and other material-handling equipment.
- Obtain proper documentation and signatures when picking up and delivering goods; sign the appropriate documents to acknowledge the receipt of goods.
- Assist the driver in maintaining the truck logbook and help with the cleaning and the maintenance of the truck.
- Carry out other duties as assigned by the Supervisor, Distribution and Transportation Services.
- High School Diploma (SSD) and two years of related work experience.
- Class 5 driver’s license.
- Ability to operate forklifts and other material-handling equipment highly desirable.
- Basic knowledge (Level 3) of spoken English and French interact with clients and to provide basic information. Basic knowledge (Level 3) of written English to fill out forms.
- Knowledge of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) and of the Transport of Dangerous Goods (TDG) regulations (chemical, biological and/or bio-hazardous materials) desirable
- Good interpersonal and organizational skills; client-service orientation.
- Have physical ability to frequently lift/carry/move without assistance up to 11 kg (25 lbs.) and with assistance up to and over 45 kg (100 lbs.).
- Have physical ability to Occasionally lift/carry/move without assistance up to 23 kg (50 lbs.).
- Will require enrollment in the Hearing Conservation Program.
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