Distribution Center
Openings

  • Seasonal Merchandise Processor
    The Merchandise Processor is a very demanding position that requires the continuous lifting of up to 25 pounds. It requires steady, fast-paced work and focuses on the correct picking/packing of many items. Associates stand and walk for the duration of the shift. Selecting the correct product and the number of products to fulfill store needs is the focus of this position. The ability to match, count and verify products are needed skills. Attention to detail, basic counting and reasoning skills are necessary.
  • Seasonal Merchandise Handler
    The Merchandise Handler is responsible for handling full cases of product.  The position includes consistent lifting of cartons and merchandise.  Merchandise Handlers may also receive the product into the distribution center, maintain case quantities for picking operations and help palletize outbound product. This is a strenuous job that requires the continuous lifting of up to 50 pounds.
  • Seasonal Shipping Associate
    A Shipping Associate is responsible for consistent loading of outbound merchandise, promotional store sets, and store supplies onto semi-trailers.  Lift, stack, and load merchandise cartons onto and off conveyor lines, semi-trailers, pallets, etc. Loads cartons of up to 75 pounds 100% of working hours. Maintain and verify documentation and information to facilitate the flow of merchandise being loaded on and off the semi-trailer.
  • Seasonal Equipment Operator
    An Equipment Operator is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of power equipment including forklifts, standup forklifts, order or cherry pickers or cranes. Equipment Operators move cartons, pallets or other containers of product within the distribution center. The position requires continuous standing, repetitive motion, lifting of up to 50 pounds and the associate may operate equipment at heights of 30 feet or more. This position requires steady, fast-paced and accurate work and requires a motor vehicle record check. Attention to detail, basic counting and reasoning skills are necessary.