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Job: Warehouse Worker – Portland Design Works – FILLED

Posted by on June 25th, 2014 at 2:59 pm

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Job Title
Warehouse Worker

Portland Design Works

Job Description
Portland Design Works (PDW) designs and develops simple, beautiful gear for everyday cycling. Located in Portland, Oregon, we are a fast-growing passion-driven company looking for the newest member of our close-knit team. We are on the lookout for our new seasonal part time Warehouse Worker to take care of picking, packing, shipping, receiving, etc in our NE Portland warehouse. This person will be detail oriented, positive, and possess the personality to complement our current team.

• Picking orders correctly and efficiently
• Packing and shipping orders using UPS, FedEx, USPS, and LTL
• Putting away incoming product shipments
• Keeping warehouse clean and orderly
• Use forklift to move pallets on/off pallet racking and load/unload trucks
• Monitor warehouse supplies to make sure they do not run out
• Other duties as assigned

Skills and Experience:
• Very detail oriented and organized
• Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
• Basic math skills
• Knowledge of bicycle components and accessories
• Able to lift up to 45 pounds and perform physical tasks including pushing, pulling, and grasping
• Able to be on feet for up to 5 hours
• Forklift certification a plus
• Basic computer skills (Windows, Microsoft Office, Adobe Reader)

• Monday – Friday, 3-5 hours per day
• Seasonal position March-October, possibility of winter hours if needed

• $12.50 per hour

How to Apply
Email resume and cover letter to Erik Olson, General Manager at

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