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Material Handler (Heavy Lifting Required) - 1st 2nd and 3rd Shift

Job Description

This job requires work in Braselton...6 Miles North of Mall of Georgia off 85!


Job Description


WAREHOUSE MATERIAL HANDLER MAJOR FUNCTION:
Responsible for manual material handling of furniture within Havertys distribution facility.
WAREHOUSE MATERIAL HANDLER SPECIFIC DUTIES:



  • Responsible for loading/unloading materials and merchandise from vendor, common carrier and company-owned trucks.

  • Responsible for proper handling of materials and merchandise to minimize the potential for damage and injury.

  • Responsible for adherence to company policies including safety and the use of personal protective equipment.

  • Responsible for maintaining a clean and clear work environment, free from trip hazards.

  • May perform inventory reconciliation counting.

  • May uncarton/unwrap furniture and inspect for defects and damages.

  • May prepare furniture for home delivery including the application of Gold Plan product.

  • May perform building maintenance functions.


 


Hourly Salary starts at $12.25- $13.75 Depending on the shift.


Address and Phone: 1090 Broadway Ave, Braselton, GA 30517
(706) 658-2060


Job Requirements


WAREHOUSE MATERIAL HANDLER REQUIREMENTS:



  • Heavy lifting required.

  • Must be able to lift and carry furniture safely.

  • Must follow all Havertys safety and distribution policies and procedures.

  • Must complete and understand all company sponsored safety programs.


This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by this employee. He/she will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties upon the request of his/her superior.


Job Snapshot


Employment Type Full-Time


Job Type Installation - General Warehouse


Education None required, some preferred


Experience Some preferred


Manages Others No


Relocation No


Industry Consumer Products, Retail


Required Travel None


 



Company Description
It's astonishing to think of all that has changed since 1885, when J.J. Haverty founded Haverty Furniture Company in downtown Atlanta. Through the early years, as we spread to Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and beyond, sales collectors were making their rounds by horse and buggy.
As a company, we have changed dramatically over the years. As of 1929, we have been a publicly traded company, and today we have over 128 stores in 18 states, serving millions of loyal customers.
In fact, the only thing more remarkable than all the things that have changed since the beginning is all the things that have not - our friendly service, affordable prices, and high quality furniture.



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