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Day department head

No. 1318
July 5, 2024
Location
Mont-Royal
Salary
$24.40 per hour
Job category
General labour - Production
Type of job
Temporary
Schedule
Day shift, Monday to Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., 40 hours per week (Possibility of overtime depending on business needs)
If you are ready to take on new challenges, we want to meet you! Our client is a large company specializing in the fashion industry. With a large market of over 400 stores in Canada and the United States, it has a strong internal workforce estimated at over 6,000 employees. Currently, we are looking for a day department manager capable of managing a team of between 15 and 25 employees carrying out one or more of the following activities: reception, rental, replenishment of picking rentals, picking and shipping.

Tasks

  • Receive the goods and place them in the rentals.
  • Receive goods by containers.
  • Direct and assist employees when receiving goods.
  • Evaluate performance using various KPIs.
  • Provide feedback and coach employees to improve performance.
  • Perform any other related task.

Advantages

  • Competitive salary.
  • Flexible hours.
  • Possibility of advancement.
  • Close to the metro.

Job requirements

  • At least two (2) years of experience in an apparel distribution center, particularly in an e-commerce environment.
  • Experience with an RF scanning system, computer knowledge and ability to work with different processing systems.
  • Pallet truck, order picking and forklift driver certification, mandatory.
  • Professional management experience.
  • Basic knowledge of written and spoken French and English.

Desired profile

  • Be able to manage and coordinate a team of handlers.
  • Have excellent computer skills.
  • Excellent stress tolerance.
  • Comfortable working independently as well as in a team.
  • Be reliable and punctual.
  • Excellent sense of customer service.
  • Have initiative.

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