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Auto Shop - Parts Coordinator in Brampton at Dicom

Date Posted: 10/18/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Auto Shop - Parts Coordinator


Dicom Transportation Group is presently looking for an experienced Parts Coordinator to join our team within our Auto Shop at  our Brampton terminal

What's in it for you?

•  Competitive Benefits after 3 months

•  RRSP Options

•  Salary according to experience

•  Corporate discounts with several retailers

•  Opportunity to grow professionally and personally

Shift: 8:00am to 4:30pm


The ideal candidate is someone who is dedicated, self-motivated, comfortable working on various tasks and can work independently. 

Key 
Accountability
  • Use of Mirror Software and other computer programs
  • knowledge of various automotive parts 
  • Experience driving Counter Balance Forklift
  • Ability to drive to offsite location to pick up parts
  • Ensure parts are in stock, order parts when required
  • Maintaining shop organization and cleanliness 


More about Dicom

Dicom Transportation Group is part of the Montreal based Dicom transportation and logistics Group.

We offer access to the most extensive 'Rush Delivery' network in Ontario and Quebec.

Our 'Can Do' Team of over 1,200 Service and Support Associates has earned a reputation for providing dependable, cost-effective, overnight priority package and expedited LTL service to more than 2,200 destinations throughout Ontario and Quebec.

We currently operate 26 terminals, 300 tractor/trailer units and 450 cars, vans and trucks strategically positioned across Ontario and Quebec to optimize our service.

That's why many of Canada's smartest companies call us 'Partner'.

Only selected candidates will be contacted. Please note that Dicom Transportation Group is subscribed to a program of employment equity.

Job Requirements

  • Knowledge and experience using Mirror software
  • Ability to lift 70 lbs.
  • Experience operating Counter Balance Forklift
  • Own Transportation