Warehouse Assistant


Logistics Distribution and Supply Chain

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Southaven, MS - (USA) 5847 Getwell Road Suite A10 MS Southaven , MS 38672 Phone : 662-349-4433

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Warehouse Assistant


Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience

� High School Diploma or equivalent required.

� Computer skills required, to include warehouse management systems experience.

� Material Handling Experience required (within 1st 90 days of employment)

At least 1 year experience working in a high-volume distribution center or large retail operation.

� Must be detail-oriented and able to multi-task in a fast paced environment.

Preferred Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience


� Support tasks such as Packing, Kitting/Special Labeling, Auditing, and Picking (as needed)

� Ability to maintain a positive attitude and team focus

� Interacts with Supervisor, Coordinators, Inbound, Inventory control, and Outbound staff to reconcile open issues

� Other duties as assigned.


� Openly and actively, communicate internally through the respective Dept., and externally with every other department.

� Ensure communication occurs with all peers in a polite and professional manner

� Report all equipment, order, location, inventory, or process issues to the designated team member. If in doubt, talk to your lead, supervisor, coordinator, or all of the above as needed.

� Follow the open door policy, informing your chain of command with your issue, and if unhappy with the answer presented, request a conversation at the next level.

� Directly responsible for ensuring a clean and clear work area for teammates to fully perform their job duties and our expectations.

� Actively provide feedback to leads, trainers, supervisors and managers on all daily incidents, good and bad.


� Monitor your work performance, to develop sense of pride in your work and sense of urgency.

� Actively provide feedback to leads, supervisors and managers on all daily incidents, good and bad.

� Become authority on key metrics and how they are derived, and ensure you understand how you will be measured.

� Be clear and concise on direction(s) given and follow-up.

� Address Ineffective or counterproductive processes