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Warehouse Coordinator

Are you tired of feeling undervalued?

Are you a great team player? Do you find it more rewarding to celebrate successes with your teammates rather than by yourself?

Do you get a rush from fast-paced jobs? Do you like knowing what you do is important?

You’d make a great Warehouse Coordinator! (Saturday - Tuesday, 2:30pm - 11:00pm)

You’re a busy person, and we get that. You’ll get 7 paid holidays, plus generous paid time off. Medical, Dental, Vision, Long & Short-Term Disability, Life, Accident AND Cancer Insurance, as well as a 401(k) Retirement Plan are also available to you because you’ll be working at Morris-Jenkins, recipient of Charlotte Observer’s “Top Workplace” award in 2016 and 2018! We didn’t get that award by luck-of-the-draw. Our employees voted for us both years because they love working here! We know you will too.

You love working as part of a team, but you also like feeling valuable. As Warehouse Coordinator, you’ll be a vital member of a fantastic team!

Our technicians need various parts in order to help customers, and as Warehouse Coordinator, you would be responsible for helping coordinate orders. If we didn’t have people like you, we wouldn’t be able to provide same-day service to our customers. You’re important!

You have basic computer skills and you’re detail-oriented, both of which will come in handy when you do data entry. Don’t worry—you won’t have to write any reports!

What’s your favorite season?

Do you prefer the warming sun of summer? What about the peaceful rain of spring and summer?

You enjoy all of it? Wonderful! As Warehouse Coordinator, you get to experience all kinds of weather. During the summer, warehouses can get rather warm, but that doesn’t bother you!

When your friends describe you, one of the first words they say is “driven”—you love a good challenge. You work quickly, enjoy checking things off a list, and you’re motivated to learn more. You don’t settle for the bare minimum. Knowing that people depend on you really helps motivate you and gives you a great sense of job satisfaction.

You might think that coordinators will have to lead training sessions or coach other workers. Don’t worry! You may have to show someone else how to do something here and there, but you aren’t going to have to lead training or speak in front of a crowd. However, you’re good at accepting constructive feedback yourself, knowing the purpose is to improve.

You’re clean and organized—we love that about you! Your coworkers in the warehouse will love that even more!

As Warehouse Coordinator:

  • You’ll pick orders, stock transfers and handle returns for technicians as well as warranty returns back to vendors.
  • You’ll be involved in cleaning the warehouse and helping set up for occasional in-house events.
  • You’ll pull inventory for parts runners. If needed, you’ll be sent on parts runs or you’ll be sent to pick things up from vendors.

Do you know how to work a forklift? If you do, that’s fantastic! We could use someone with that kind of experience! If not, that’s ok, too. It isn’t necessary.

Speaking of experience, have you worked in a warehouse before? You don’t have to have experience for this position. It’s helpful if you do because you’ll better understand the flow of a warehouse, but even if you don’t have experience, we can train you. You just need to be detail oriented. Someone with an eye for details can be taught to succeed in a warehouse!

We know you have an eye for details.

Can you see the opportunity ahead of you?


The Super-Fun HR Stuff:

Essential Skills & Experience:

Two (2) years of experience in warehouse related activities

Valid Driver’s license and acceptable DMV record

Must be able to work on multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast paced stressful environment

Basic computer skills; experience in data entry within databases, spreadsheets, and have the ability to enter data in “real time” quickly and accurately

Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to tactfully and diplomatically diffuse contentious situations

Ability to recognize and establish priorities

Strong customer orientation and communication skills

Ability to quickly analyze a situation and provide an effective solution

Ability to become forklift certified

Ability to fluently speak, write, and read English language

Non-Essential Skills & Experience:

High school diploma or GED

Additional prior Warehouse related experience

Ability to become EPA certified

Mental & Physical Demands and Work Environment: The characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by a person to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions per the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  This job description is subject to change and does not restrict management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the person is frequently required to traverse throughout the warehouse, office, and outside while operating a forklift, pallet jack, motor vehicle, and occasionally computer or other office equipment.  Occasionally ascends/descends stairs to access attic storage. Frequently moves objects weighing up to 50 pounds.  Must be able to identify and inspect equipment and parts.

Mental Demands:  Must be able to perceive and distinguish emotions in telephone conversations, as well as deal with adversarial confrontations.  Requires an ability to concentrate and prioritize multiple tasks at once. 

Work environment: While performing the duties of this job the noise level is usually moderate. Occasionally requires exposure to outdoor weather conditions.  Must maintain confidentiality with customer information.

Additional hours are seasonally required and Holidays as needed

Must have reliable attendance and flexible schedule availability

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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