Material Handler, Receiving Associate, Loader, Receiver, Warehouse Worker, Line Tender, Merchandise Pickup/Receiving Associate, Shipping and Receiving Materials Handler, Laborer, Dock Worker
What is a
A Warehouse Associate typically works "behind the scenes" as a labor worker in a warehouse. They work under company-specific policies and procedures to receive, unload, organize, deliver, and inventory supplies, materials, and products. The specific items they handle depend the company for which they work. They are required to keep detailed stock records, and may be required to do office-related tasks, like data entry. All warehouse associates are required to constantly handle and manage merchandise, so they must be detail-oriented and organized.
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What Will You Do as a
Move materials, equipment, or supplies.
Sort materials or objects for processing or transport.
Load shipments, belongings, or materials.
Mark materials or objects for identification.
Record operational or production data.
Review work orders or schedules to determine operations or procedures.