Shipping/Receivings Salaries in British Columbia

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Job Postings

CAD 44,417 /yr

Average Base Pay

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Average annual salary:

CAD 37,500

Lower end of salary range

CAD 45,760

Average of salary range

CAD 53,560

Higher end of salary range

Cities in British Columbia with the Most Jobs for Shipping/Receivings

Here are the top 6 cities in British Columbia with the most jobs for Shipping/Receivings and the average yearly salary in each:

CompTool's Squirrel includes 157 jobs postings for Shipping/Receivings in cities across British Columbia.

Latest Shipping/Receivings Jobs

Discover the latest competitive salaries for Shipping/Receivings in British Columbia.

Job Title Company Salary
shipping and receiving supervisor SSR Roof Supply Ltd. CAD 61,360
shipping and receiving supervisor Hyalos Inc. CAD 66,560

Companies With Most Job Postings in British Columbia For Shipping/Receivings

If you're looking for a diverse range of job opportunities, consider exploring positions at these companies, which have a significant number of Shipping/Receivings job postings in British Columbia:

FAQs

Here are some frequently asked questions related to Shipping/Receivings job postings and salaries in British Columbia:

Q What qualifications are needed for a shipping/receiving job in British Columbia?
A Qualifications for shipping/receiving jobs in British Columbia typically include a high school diploma or equivalent, basic math and computer skills, the ability to lift heavy objects, and sometimes forklift certification. Previous warehouse experience can also be advantageous.
Q What are the typical duties of a shipping/receiving clerk in British Columbia?
A Typical duties of a shipping/receiving clerk in British Columbia include receiving shipments, inspecting goods for damage, inventory management, preparing items for shipment, maintaining accurate records, and coordinating with carriers for pickup and delivery.
Q How can I find shipping/receiving job openings in British Columbia?
A Shipping/receiving job openings in British Columbia can be found through online job boards, company career pages, staffing agencies, and local newspapers. Networking and attending job fairs can also uncover opportunities in this field.
Q What is the career progression like for someone in a shipping/receiving role in British Columbia?
A Career progression for someone in a shipping/receiving role in British Columbia often involves advancing to supervisory positions, moving into specialized roles in logistics or inventory management, or pursuing certifications that lead to higher responsibility and pay within the supply chain industry.

List of Job Postings for Shipping/Receivings in British Columbia

Explore our extensive list of Shipping/Receivings job postings in British Columbia. Whether you're seeking your first job or considering a career move, you'll find a diverse range of opportunities. Click on the job titles to access more details and application links.

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Shipping/Receivings in British Columbia
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