Forklift Operator

Kelly is now hiring a Forklift Operator to work at Covidien in Camden, SC.
Covidien is a global healthcare products company.
Must be forklift certified and have previous manufacturing experience.
Job Duties:
Responsible for driving Forklift throughout plant.
Must be able to recognize and distinguish colors-cans are color coded to the machines and flags.
Must wear steel toe shoes and safety goggles and a dust mask if within 50 ft of blow down operation.
Will sweep floor in assigned OES area.
Will load sliver onto can truck for transport.
Will walk in and outside or plant with exposure to weather.
If you are at least 18 years old, and have a High School diploma or equivalent then you may already be eligible for hire!If you are ready to accept an offer and jumpstart your new career, just respond to this ad via email with your Name, Phone Number, Email address, and Resume.
We will contact you to schedule an interview today!Kelly Services is an equal opportunity employer.
All qualified candidates will be contacted to schedule an interview.
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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