We are committed to serving our communities during this time, and we are looking for customer-focused individuals to join our team in our Distribution Centre in Halifax.
all with a focus on safety, accuracy and efficiency.As an NSLC team member, you'll join more than 1600 friendly and knowledgeable individuals who are committed to delivering a strong retail experience that supports local industry and delivers on our commitment of corporate social responsibility.
We work hard to provide a supportive and engaging environment that includes an onboarding program for new members.QualificationsMinimum Qualifications : Be at least 19 years of ageHave your Grade 12 or GEDBe willing to complete a Criminal Record check (cost covered by NSLC)Be physically able to lift 23 kg (50lbs)Be available to work shift work, including overnights and weekendsPreferred Qualifications : Experience working in a warehouse or distribution centreOrder selection experienceExperience working at heightsWarehouse Management System experienceExperience in operating a forklift or end riderAbout Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC)The NSLC manages the safe and responsible sale of beverage alcohol and recreational cannabis in Nova Scotia, returning 100% of its profits to government to help fund key public services.
As a true partner in our communities, the NSLC conducts its business with integrity and respect for the environment, while supporting the growth of local industry.
For more information about the NSLC, please click HERE.Other InformationNSLC offers an attractive package for casual employees that includes : A starting hourly pay rate of $15.
30Additional pay in lieu of benefits, in accordance with our collective agreementIf you meet the above qualifications and are interested in this opportunity, please apply now.
The NSLC is an equal opportunity employer. While we appreciate the interest of all applicants, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
COVID-19 screening questions will be asked and documented during the selection process to make a determination of risk based on the responses.