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Part Time Stocker

Company: High Point ABC
Location: High Point
Posted on: November 24, 2022

Job Description:

*Job Responsibilities: *

*We are currently hiring part-time Stockers in High Point, NC. The ideal candidate will be available from 7 am to 9 pm Monday - Saturday. This position has the potential of becoming a Full-Time Position. *You may download an application at Highpointabc.com or complete an application on site at 201 West Fairfield Road, High Point, NC. *Do not apply on INDEED. *No phone calls please.

* Assist with the unloading and/or checking in of material received
* Safely load merchandise for delivery to various locations
* Organize warehouses
* Stock store shelves
* Assist store staff
* Collect and dispose of recyclable materials
* Note all discrepancies on receiving documents; record discrepancies and notify management (supervisor) to ensure proper documentation of changes
* Rotate existing and new stock
* Maintain accurate records and generate work orders via computer program
* Assist Operating Staff as required
* Assist retail customers as needed

*Requirements: *

* Able to work a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends
* Previous warehouse or delivery experience preferred
* Criminal background and driving record checks are required
* Maintain a clean and safe work environment
* Knowledge of proper equipment handling including but not limited to hand trucks and pallet jacks
* Lifting, caring and pulling up to 75 pounds
* Pushing up to 300 pounds

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: $13.50 per hour

Weekly day range:
* Monday to Friday
* Weekend availability

Work Location: One location%58047475%

Keywords: High Point ABC, High Point , Part Time Stocker, Other , High Point, North Carolina

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