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  • Seasonal Warehouse Associate

    Job Locations US-WA-Kirkland
    Category
    Inventory/Shipping/Warehouse
    Type
    Temporary
    Company Name
    Paint Sundries Solutions
  • Overview

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    A company’s most valuable asset is its employees. We emphasize relationship building, working hard to keep commitments, and doing what is right!

     

    Great opportunity for students looking for work experience over the summer!

     

    We have an immediate opportunity available for full-time Seasonal Warehouse Associates to join our team in Kirkland, WA. Our ideal candidate is trustworthy, dependable, positive, efficient, and detail oriented.

     

    Shift Available: This is a seasonal, full-time position working Monday through Thursday 8:30am-5pm and Friday 6:30am-3pm. This position will work through the end of September 2018!

     

     

    Requirements:

    • No experience necessary!
    • Good communication skills and work ethic.
    • Occasional heavy lifting/moving, up to 60 pounds.
    • Positive attitude. 

    We Offer:

    • Employment at stable and growing company.
    • Professional, safe, and supportive work environment.
    • Opportunity to move into a regular, full time position for the right candidate!
    • Excellent Compensation.

     

     

    About Us: Paint Sundries Solutions (PSS) provides innovative supply chain solutions to retail and manufacturing partners in the architectural coatings industry, delivering more than 10,000 paint products to 3,500 retail customers across the country.  PSS has been a leader in the architectural coatings industry since 1958.  To learn more about our company culture visit us at: www.paintsundries.com.

     

    We are looking for the right person who reflects our values and can deliver first class service.  If you think you would be a good addition to our team, we encourage you to apply today!

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