Wildlife Tree LLC
We are seeking capable, reliable warehouse associates to help us fulfill customer orders. You’ll keep our inventory organized, get orders ready for shipment, prepare invoices, check packages for any damage and report your findings to the warehouse manager, and make sure our warehouse space remains clean. Job seekers should be hardworking team players who take pride in a job done right, but also must be self-starters and able to work independently. If you’re not a fan of desk work and like flexible hours, this is the job for you. This is a part-time position. Reach out to us today!
- Assist with incoming stock to keep inventory neat and organized
- Pull, package and process stock to prepare shipping orders on time
- Fill and verify customer invoices to ensure they are accurate and clients are satisfied with their order
- Inspect products for any damage or defects, document your findings, and report them to the warehouse manager
- Maintain a clean and orderly work environment while adhering to all safety regulations
- Work within inventory, communication and shipping software (training provided)
- High school diploma or GED is preferred
- Prior warehouse experience is a plus
- Familiarity with warehouse equipment such as pallet jacks and hand trucks is preferred
- Job seekers should have good physical stamina and be able to stand for long periods of time
- Needs to be able to lift at least 35lbs
- Excellent time management and communication skills, and organizational skills are required
- Must be a self-starter and able to work independently as well as within a team.
- Non-smoking work environment
$14 - $16 hourly
About Wildlife Tree LLC
Wildlife Tree is focused on educating people to care for living things and to understand their environments. We want to inspire children to become wildlife advocates by learning about animals through imagination and play. When a child plays, they learn more and feel the most connected.
We support zoos, conservation, and animal education organizations all over the world who actively fight to save species and conserve wildlife. Learn more at www.WildlifeTree.com