Store Warehouse Associate, Part Time, London

  London

Store Warehouse Associate Part Time Career Opportunity!

Ashley HomeStore is currently seeking a Part Time Store Warehouse Associate for our London store located at Unit 1 – 3325 Wonderland Road S.

As a Store Warehouse Associate you will be responsible for assisting in all aspects of visual presentation for our home furnishing products in our stores.

Ashley is committed to investing in our team members; we offer:

Market competitive wages;
Comprehensive benefits plan, assistance program and excellent employee discounts;
Employer Sponsored Retirement Savings Plan;
Education reimbursement;
Career growth and continuous development;
Respectful working environment with strong company values;
To work at one of Canadas 50 Best Managed Companies.
As a Store Warehouse Associate, you will:

Provide efficient and accurate support related to visual presentation, warehousing, customer service, pickups, movement of goods & merchandising.
Be responsible for store maintenance – including the exterior of the building
Receive product and prepare outbound shipments.
Prepare product for floor placement or delivery.
Maintain and provide accurate inventory documentation.
Load and unload freight trailers.
Keep the warehouse area organized and clean.
As a successful candidate you will have the following:

High School Diploma or GED preferred
6 months to 1-year related experience an asset
Able to work during retail hours (days, evenings, weekends, and holidays)
Experience with MS Office products and ability to learn in-house inventory management system
Physically fit, able to lift and move objects up to 100 lbs.
Plan Your Future With Us!

Apply now ! https://thedufresnegroup.clearcompany.com/careers/jobs/a610c69b-d7ad-e907-2aad-f71a5cc746c4/apply?source=2203374-CS-33748

Ashley HomeStore welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
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