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Temporary Receiving Specialist

Company Name:
Fun.com
You might not be thinking about Halloween just yet but all of us over at Fun.com sure are! In fact, this is the time of year where we are starting to get flooded with all sorts of great, new products. In fact, now that were Fun.com and not just HalloweenCostumes.com and T-shirts.com, were getting in a bunch of toys all the time, too! Were getting in so much stuff that our receiving area is starting to look like some sort of giant maze full of boxes and pallets.
Seriously, its at the point where we wouldnt be surprised if there was a Minotaur in there. Were not just talking about a Minotaur costume, either (although theres a distinct possibility thats in one of those boxes as well).
Thankfully, were hiring some people to properly receive our new and replenished inventory! And guess what? These positions are available right now!
If you want to unload some trucks, have some fun in a unique warehouse environment and be an important part of the Fun.com family, please visit our website at: http://www.fun.com/jobs.aspx
This job is temporary because there may be some weeks where we get more items in than others, but at the moment, things are looking pretty steady through at least June. By that point, we may need a few people to stay through summer to help out with setting up for our expansion. Then, by the time thats over with, it will already be close to Halloween! Thats when well really be running on all cylinders, so wed keep you around until our busy season is over.
Job Duties:
Unload semi trailers and count inventory
Maintain cleanliness and organization in the Inventory department
Other duties as assigned
Requirements:
High school diploma or equivalent
18 years of age or over
Superior attention to detail
Ability to move, lift, carry, push, pull and place objects weighing 50 pounds without assistance
Ability to reach overhead and below the knees, including bending, twisting, pulling, and stooping
Ability to stand throughout entire shift

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