Material Handler/Forklift Operator

Job Description Kelly Services is interviewing for a company in Peru, Indiana that needs an experienced Material Handler/Forklift Operator.
This will be a direct hire after 30 days.
1st shift7:
00 - 3:
30 (1/2 hr lunch)Responsibilities for this position include:
- Loads, unloads, and moves materials within plant and yard- Follows verbal instructions- Loads and unloads materials onto or from pallets and shelves by hand- Loads materials into vehicles- Conveys materials to or from storage or work sites to designated area, using forklift - Secures lifting attachments to materials and conveys load to destination, using overhead crane.
- Follows all safety rules and regulationsStarting wage is $15/hr to increase as training is completed to $15.
71/hr Requirements - Forklift experience- Overhead crane experience- Warehousing experience- 2 positive work references Highlights Upon direct hire benefits include:
- Health insurance- Vacation and holiday pay- 401KTHERE IS ONLY 1 POSITION AVAILABLE - APPLY NOW! Why Kelly ?At Kelly Services , we work with the best.
Our clients include 97 of the Fortune 100 (TM) companies, and more than 70,000 hiring managers rely on Kelly annually to access the best talent to drive their business forward.
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About Kelly Services Kelly Services, Inc.
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Kelly offers a comprehensive array of outsourcing and consulting services as well as world-class staffing on a temporary, temporary-to-hire, and direct-hire basis.
Serving clients around the world, Kelly provided employment to more than 555,000 employees in 2014.
Revenue in 2014 was $5.
6 billion.
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