Seasonal Merchandise Handler Equipment Operator - 2nd and 3rd Shift (SMHEO0318-951DCC)

Maximize the company growth and profitability through the processing and handling of all orders by loading/unloading, picking, putaway and replenishing merchandise through the operation of a stand-up type forklift, stock picker or other powered equipment.
Operate material handling equipment to facilitate the movement of products and supplies.
Perform all job tasks assigned by the leadership staff to achieve daily productivity.
Rotate through different departments and business channels to meet the demands of the business.
Move merchandise, supplies, and/or boxes repetitively.
Follow the loss prevention and security guidelines to minimize inventory shrinkage and profit loss.
Promote a culture of respect and an atmosphere of teamwork in order to foster a positive working environment.
Abide by the established dependability guidelines to maintain business productivity.
Adhere to company safety guidelines to prevent personal injury and product and facility damage.
Required Skills
Ability to move and/or lift up to 65 pounds; heavier merchandise with team assistance
English language skills (written and verbal) preferred
Must work effectively as a team member
Basic math skills required
Previous equipment operating experience a plus
High school diploma/GED or equivalent preferred
Flexible Schedule - Monday - Friday 3pm - 11:30pm
Flexible Schedule - Sunday - Thursday 11pm - 6:30am
The job description and other aspects of the job listed on this job posting should not be construed to contain every function/responsibility that may be required to be performed by an associate in this job. Associates are required to perform other related functions as assigned.

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