Warehouse Worker (Display)

Warehouse Worker (Display)

Location

Draper Furniture Store, Utah
13300 S 200 W
Draper, UT 84020

Hours

Full-time

Starting Wage

$11.50

Starting Wage Max

$11.50

Schedule

Monday - Saturday with a day off during the week

Description

Starting wage is $11.50 per hour with advancement opportunities, and we also offer a Great Tuition Reimbursement Program!

RC Willey is searching for an exceptional warehouse worker to assist our display department and help ensure that our showroom is clean and presentable to our valued customers.

RC Willey offers competitive benefits to all full time associates including:

  • A Great Tuition Reimbursement program!
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurances
  • Vacation & sick leave
  • 401(k) with company match
  • Profit sharing, employee discounts, Sundays off and more!

  • Job Duties
  • Uncrating incoming merchandise
  • Preparing and tagging items for floor display
  • Placing items on the showroom floor for display to customers
  • Sweeping, vacuuming and cleaning up areas where working
  • Working with various levels of management to ensure that product is being displayed in the most favorable way possible.

  • Minimum Requirements
  • A background in general labor
  • A basic understanding of hand tools and product assembly
  • The ability to do repetitive lifting, up to 100 pounds on a regular basis
  • Must be computer literate
  • Great customer service skills
  • A proven attendance record with previous employers

  • In order to provide a safe environment for our customers and associates, RC Willey conducts criminal and employment background checks and drug screens. If you feel you are qualified for this position and are extremely dependable, please apply in person or online by clicking the link below.

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