Warehouse Assembler GA (8:00am - 4:30pm)

Company Name:
Global Industrial
Assemble component parts to build various types of lockers and cabinets.
Utilize various manual, air and electrical hand tools in an efficient and safe manner.
Must be proficient in reading and interpreting assembly instructions and drawings to facilitate the assembly process.
Previous experience operating an electric pallet jack preferred.
Independently able to lift products weighing up to 75 lbs on a continuous basis in a productive environment.
Able to stand, walk, pull and bend 100% of the day on a continuous basis.
Reading and comprehension skills.
Strong initiative and ability to work independently.
Strong verbal communication skills.
About Global Industrial:
For over 60 years Global Industrial has been an industry leader providing private label and brand name industrial equipment and supplies to businesses throughout North America.
We are constantly increasing our product offerings to meet the diverse and changing needs of our customers. Our customers include small to large corporations, institutions and government agencies as well as consumers. About Global Industrial ( ) Global Equipment Company (d/b/a Global Industrial) ( ) is a subsidiary of Systemax Inc. Global carries over 1,000,000 industrial, material handling and business products for Fortune 1000 companies, small businesses, institutions and government agencies. In addition to our product offerings, our customers enjoy our powerful suite of account management tools has helped dramatically increase operational efficiencies with functionality to export purchase reports, create spending caps, manage multiple payments and shopping lists, and customize reports. Global Industrial is a subsidiary of Systemax Inc., a Fortune 1000 company, listed on the New York Stock exchange (SYX). Our world headquarters is located in Port Washington, New York
Global Industrial is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage minorities, women, veterans and disabled individuals to apply.

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