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Phillips Supply Company

Warehouse Associate



Job Description
We are seeking a reliable Warehouse Worker and General Laborer to join us! We are looking for responsible, motivated candidates with clean and safe driving records and a good work history.

This Position Will Be Responsible For…
• Ensuring outbound shipments are accurate and free of damage.
• Pulling and preparing product for shipment, ensuring that the exact number and type of product is loaded and shipped.
• Moving and staging product and materials using a double pallet jack or other equipment.
• Maintain the facility’s equipment and materials in a neat, clean, and orderly fashion.
• Keeping appropriate records and reports.
• Become knowledgeable of the responsibilities, procedures and duties of other areas of the warehouse.
• Maintaining a safe working environment.

You might be a great fit if..…
• You are capable of repetitive lifting of up to 75lbs
• You can sit, stand, and walk for extended periods of time
• Ability to read, write, and speak English
• Ability to count accurately, do simple math and write legibly
• Strong sense of urgency; flexibility in meeting deadlines
• Strong attention to detail and quality
• Ability to use Forklift and/or picker, preferred but not required.

Candidates will be required to undergo pre-employment background check and drug screen








About Phillips Supply Company
Founded in 1947, Phillips Supply Company is a second generation family owned business that specializes in selling a wide variety of janitorial products and equipment. Phillips Supply has grown to become one of the largest woman owned Janitorial and Sanitary Distributors in the Midwest, servicing Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia.


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