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Warehouse Loader/Unloader

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Position: Warehouse Loader/Unloader

Job Description:
RMS is seeking a reliable, motivated and team-oriented individual to join our Warehouse Shipping/Receiving Department. Required to load/unload product in/out of trailers. This position is within a fast-paced warehouse environment in Laurens, South Carolina. We offer competitive compensation and opportunities for growth.

Job Duties:
Work within a team-driven environment, including following instructions and meeting deadlines.
Perform inbound/outbound and inventory control activities to maintain the highest level of quality and inventory accuracy.
Maintain high standards of safety throughout operations.
Maintain housekeeping standards.
Assist team members with day-to-day operations as directed.

Job Requirements:
Entry level position.
Knowledge of warehouse work instructions, safety, and housekeeping procedures preferred.
Ability to communicate effectively with individuals of varied backgrounds and levels of management.
Ability to lift, move and transport up to 50 pounds.
Ability to sit, bend and stoop for extended periods or for duration of shift (8-12 hour shifts).
Maintain a professional and positive attitude towards team members and customers alike.
Maintain a strong tolerance for working in fast-paced and/or stressful situations, while solving problems.

Applicant must:
Have reliable transportation.
Be legally authorized to work in the United States.
Be at least 18 years old at time of application.
Be willing to submit to a background check and urinalysis drug screen (drug screen scheduled following interview).

Additional Information:
Education Requirement
High school diploma, GED, or equivalent preferred.

Employment Type(s)
Full-Time, Regular

Salary
Production: $0.0013 - $0.0016/unit
Hourly: $10.00/hour starting wage, up to $13.00/hour
Paid weekly via direct deposit
Overtime opportunities

Potential Benefits
Medical Plan: PPO (Employee and Family coverage).


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