The Warehouse Worker I stocks, locates, and provides parts to internal and external customers.
The Parts Puller is responsible for accurately locating, identifying, and safely pulling parts. The Parts Puller will also be responsible for making sure the parts meet the quality standard that is indicated by supervision.
As a member of the Production Control Department, the Receiving Technician will be responsible for receiving and unloading freight both manually or with equipment such as forklifts and pallet jacks.
You will be responsible for specialized outdoor/indoor warehouse and inventory duties including loading and unloading trucks, order pulling and shipping.
Being an Inventory Specialist at Pine Mountain Sports means being a part of an exceptional team who provides excellent hospitality to our customers and contributes to a culture where we love what we do.
Duties to include filling propane bottles, dispensing lubes, fuel, putting together customer orders, answering customer questions on products, making hoses, helping the customer load and unload, assisting with the inventory, help off, keep warehouse organized and help answer phones
Maintain and improve warehouse cleanliness and organization. Order filling, including wire cutting & pipe order filling. Safe forklift/equipment usage.
Performs a variety of customer service/office administration and warehouse duties related to the operation of a Sales Service Center.
Also known as Package Handlers, many of our Warehouse Workers start out as seasonal employees but we also hire warehouse workers throughout the year. They are a diverse, collaborative, energetic team who enjoy fast-paced work.
As a hybrid of warehouse associate and delivery driver, the warehouse driver associate’s tasks include working in the warehouse and assisting delivery drivers.