Across the country, warehouse associates work hard to ensure that goods and supplies are organized so companies and customers have access to what they need when they need it. Large companies such as Amazon, Target and Walmart, along with small businesses, employ warehouse associates to keep their operations running smoothly.
Our company is looking for a dedicated and hard-working individual to fill the open warehouse associate role. The warehouse associate is responsible for a variety of tasks throughout the warehouse. The ideal person for this role will be an organized individual who is dedicated to doing whatever it takes to maintain an organized system and get the job done. If you are a person who thrives on order and enjoys a challenge, we want you to apply!
Typical duties include:
Record incoming and outgoing shipments
Provide inventory control
Handle and categorize packages and merchandise
Label and ship orders
Lift heavy boxes up to 60 lbs.
Operate machinery such as a forklift, hand truck and bailer
Perform data entry and report on warehouse performance
Ability to lift up to 60 lbs.
Ability to work up to 8+ hours per day on your feet
Valid driver’s license
Ability to operate warehouse equipment such as forklifts and pallet jacks
High school diploma or GED
Written communication skills
Must be a team player
Time management skills
Basic computer knowledge
Previous warehouse experience
Warehouse associates are employed as both full-time and part-time employees and earn an average of $13.11/hour.
Warehouse associates must have a high school diploma or GED.
Large corporations, trucking companies and small businesses all employ warehouse associates. Many warehouse workers are promoted to shift supervisors or warehouse managers.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs for warehouse associates are expected to grow up to 4% over the next ten years, which is as fast as the average job.