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Warehouse Assistant $1.9K–$2.4K a month

Posted By: Anderton_jiang

Date: Wed, 6 Jan 2021

Remuneration: Best Offer

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Warehouse Assistant Requirement


Manual handling tasks such as receiving, tallying, put-away, picking and packing of parts.


Able to read, write simple English and communicate via email.


Able to drive forklift but not compulsory.


Physically fit.


Minimum educational level : N-level


5 days work week. Friendly environment. Training provided.



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