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Reach & Sit Down Operator

Company: ProLogistix
Location: Union City
Posted on: October 15, 2021

Job Description:

A third-party logistics warehouse is expanding their team and looking for Reach & Sit Down Operators for an amazing Temp to Hire Opportunity! 

Multiple Shifts Available 

Pay starting at $16.14-$20.45 depending on the shift

Are you looking for…?

  • A strong brand consistently ranked among the world’s most admired and trusted employers.
  • A top-notch leadership team with the experience needed to grow and develop your career.
  • An open mind for new ideas and creative methods.
  • A strong compensation and benefits package, including health, vision, dental, 401k with a strong match and much more!

This opportunity will involve some of the below: 

  • Full case order picking for replenishment, customer orders and packaging components.
  • Pallet retrieval and put away in narrow aisle bulk rack storage system.
  • Quality control to ensure accuracy of all transactions.
  • Loading and unloading of pallets and cases from trucks and conveyor lines, by hand or equipment.
  • Sorting, building, and wrapping product to pallets to ensure compliance to customer expectation.
  • Maintain accuracy of storage locations by performing daily cycle counts and routine inventory maintenance tasks.
  • Perform other distribution work functions as needed due to business volume and need.

This is an opportunity you do not want to let slip by, Apply Today! 



  • Pre-Employment Assessment
  • The ability to work overtime shifts
  • Have reliable transportation

Problem solving and continuously improving safety, quality and productivity are required.



Keywords: ProLogistix, Atlanta , Reach & Sit Down Operator, Other , Union City, Georgia

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