Job Description Job Summary Warehouse employees contribute to the company's success by ensuring accurate and timely packaging, bailing, and bagging of donated clothing for shipment. In addition, each employee is responsible for careful transfer, packaging, and storage of materials and effective utilization of resources. Key activities include: proper loading and unloading of trucks and warehouse duties such as lifting, carrying, pulling, pushing, and packaging materials in a safe manner. Other duties may be assigned as needed. Skills and Abilities Must be able to follow directions and possess a "can do" attitude. Ability to create and maintain cooperative team-building relationships. Work as a team with Warehouse and Operations Manager to meet organization goals and expectations. Employee must be in good physical condition, capable of lifting in excess of 50 pounds, able to climb steps and ladders, capable of bending, stooping, and reaching. Minimum Qualifications: Employee must pass all pre-employment and background checks, including drug testing. No formal education necessary, just a good disposition. Requirements : · Have experience with cardboard baling · Basic knowledge of OSHA requirements · Ability to lift over 50lbs regularly · Ability to keep area of responsibility well organized and clean Responsibility · Operate pallet jacks and electric forklift · Load and unload trucks and trailers · Stack and unstack pallets and boxes · Operate a bard board and baler · Assist processing staff with carts of goods · Provide warehouse processors cart of goods · Assist with general cleaning of store and warehouse as assigned by manager Benefits Competitive wages Weekly Pay Bonus Pay Paid Vacation Paid Sick time Holiday Pay Life Insurance Flexible Spending account 401(K) plan Many other fringe benefits Company Description About Planet Aid Planet Aid, Inc., is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that collects and recycles used clothes, shoes and supports development projects in some of the poorest parts of the world. The projects empower people and create momentum to improve health, increase income, aid vulnerable children, train teachers, and enhance the overall quality of life. Our bright yellow boxes are typically placed at supermarkets, convenience stores, gas stations, shopping centers, churches, schools or similar places where many people have access to them across many major metropolitan areas of the United States.