Location: Urbana, Iowa

Part-time Shipping Associate, 2nd shift

Here at Clickstop, we Think Big and Make It Happen.  In fact, it’s one of our Core Values.  We are looking for a Part-time Shipping Associate who is naturally wired to makes things happen because, quite frankly, we all play a pivotal role in our success and our future!

Our award-winning culture drives engagement and inspires true excellence in the workplace.  Clickstop is dedicated to providing an entrepreneurial environment where opportunities are endless for those who seek them!  If you are at your best when things are fast-paced and ever changing, then Clickstop may just be the place for you!

We are seeking outstanding individuals who are looking for new challenges and opportunities to join our high performing team.  As a Part-Time Shipping Associate in our Operations Team, you will help deliver the promise, "What you want, when you need it” by picking and packing orders with pinpoint accuracy and speed, ensuring all orders ship on time and by supporting our Sales and Manufacturing teams as needed.

What You’ll Be Doing:

  • Picking & packing work orders in a timely, accurate and complete manner.  
  • Performing quality assurance: verify item count and identity accuracy of products, ensuring packages are shipped to the correct location and service level.
  • Replenishing products and back-stock inventory items.
  • Maintaining a clean, safe and organized work-space at all times.

What We’re Looking For From You:

  • A hard-working, reliable team mindset
  • The strong ability to see the bigger picture and and to seek daily improvement
  • A commitment to excellence in everything you do with a great attitude, always
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • A high sense of customer service
  • Excellent math and reasoning skills, along with basic computer skills
  • The ability to lift 50-100 pounds repeatedly.
  • The availability to work part-time day hours M-F.

This is a part-time position based in Urbana, IA, just off I-380 between Cedar Rapids and Waterloo. Flexibility in scheduling is available for this position between Sunday-Friday 4:00pm - 9:00pm.

Clickstop is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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