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Rich T.

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Facilities Problem Solver/Warehouse Associate - Nashua
« on: December 11, 2012, 02:27:53 pm »

Job ID:     197990

Job Description
We need a candidate with a strong technical background to maintain our equipment and keep the fulfillment center running. This clean and safe work environment is also fast paced and innovative with limitless opportunities to develop upward. The Facilities Problem Solver is a dual role position; they will work in Facilities and Operations.

The Facilities Problem Solver will spend approximately fifty percent of their time completing Facilities work. They will help design solutions for difficult problems, be able to manage outside contractors, ability to handle multiple projects and daily activities, and meet time lines. Develop plans on how to accomplish departmental and distribution goals.

The Facilities Problem Solver will spend fifty percent of their time supporting operations, and working directly as a warehouse associate. They will pick, pack and ship customer orders and troubleshoot problems to resolution. Warehouse Associates are expected to understand all aspects of production; adhere to strict safety, quality, and production standards; and be willing and able to work on powered equipment (e.g. forklift).
Basic Qualifications
• High school diploma or equivalent
• Must be at least 18 years old
• Must be willing and able to work all shifts
• Must be able to work overtime as required
• Able to read and take direction in English
• Must be able to lift up to 49 lbs
• Willing and able to frequently push, pull, squat, bend, and reach
• Continuously climb and descend stairs safely (applies to sites with stairs)

Preferred Qualifications
• Commitment to a culture of safety
• Proficient with computers and Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel)
• Repairing and making improvements to building and infrastructure
• Basic metal and wood fabrications
• Maintaining and repairing distribution center racking
• Completing preventative maintenance routines, documentation and procedures
• Knowledge of basic electrical components
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