Arrow Electronics Warehouse Associate I – (Picking Graveyard Shift – Higher Starting Wage!) in Reno, Nevada
Warehouse Associate I – (Picking Graveyard Shift – Higher Starting Wage!)
Position Summary :
The Warehouse Associate in the Picking Department is responsible for the effective handling and processing of electronic component customer orders in the Primary Distribution Center. Under general supervision the Warehouse Picking Associate performs both physical and administrative tasks that support the quality, efficiency, and service goals of the Primary Distribution Center.
Job Title: Warehouse Associate I
Must be comfortable working under productivity and quality standards
Respectful and team contributor (cleanliness and communication)
Flexible work schedule as needed
Available Scheduled Shifts include: 12:00am - 8:30am (with overtime on the back end)
What is in it for you?
$17.05/hr. Starting wage + incentive pay
Climate controlled environment with excellent break room facilities
Conveniently located off Longley, easy access off freeway, S. Virginia St, or S. McCarran Blvd.
Training and skills development and performance coaching
Opportunity for advancement working with a global Fortune 150 company
Medical, dental, vision, paid time off, 401k, domestic partners program and more
Community involvement opportunities, company functions, employee recognition programs, etc.
1 year warehouse or relevant experience
Able to read printed numbers, letters, and symbols with a 5-point font size
Know or Learn to effectively and safely operate facility material handling equipment (e.g.; forklift, pallet jack, Automated Storage & Retrieval system, carousel) and packaging equipment (e.g.; tape machine, pad pack machine) after applicable training period(s)
Perform end-user computer functions (e.g.; data input, interpret information and instructions from computer screens) on Warehouse computer systems (e.g.; terminals and RF units)
Ability to continually stand; regularly bend, twist, stoop, and reach; frequently handle, lift and push product and equipment up to 30 lbs.; occasionally handle, lift, and push product and equipment up to 50 lbs
Basic math skills to be able to count quickly and accurately
Work effectively and flexibly in a team environment
Work required overtime as directed
High school diploma or equivalent preferred
Has no prior relevant training or work experience
Contributes indirectly to specific unskilled tasks or processes
Has no discretion to vary from established procedures
Experience / Education:
Typically requires a high school diploma and no prior related experience or equivalent related experience. For warehouse jobs: Typically requires 1–3 years of experience. May require specific certifications.
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