Located in Simpsonville, SC

Join our award-winning company and culture as a Part- or Full-Time Warehouse Shipping Associate and play a valuable role in getting customers what they want when they need it! 

We're excited to discuss the responsibilities of the role as well as the integral role our culture plays in the success of our team members.
Consider the following as you prepare for our conversation:

  • From our company culture page, what did you gather was important to us?
  • Within our core values, which 3 do you feel are most well aligned with you?


  • What You’ll Be Doing:
    • Driving our culture forward by holding yourself and others accountable to achieving great results through our core values.  
    • Following our standard operating procedures for picking, packing, and shipping all orders, including small parcel and LTL. When this is done well communication between all teams will be effective and respectful, and our brand promise is consistently met.  
    • Staying familiar with all our brands and ensuring quality products are shipped out to customers and packaged in a way to present a great customer experience while minimizing waste. 
    • Safely and efficiently unloading trucks and containers that are both palletized and floor loaded. Performing quality checks as needed on incoming products and check-in accurately to ensure product is available to ship.   
    • Performing cycle counts to ensure inventory is always accurate at our South Carolina location, eliminating or reducing lost and damaged inventory.  
    • Down stock and replenish bins proactively using FIFO so pickers never go to an empty bin. 
    • Maintaining a clean, safe, and organized workspace at all times. 


  • What we value in this role:
    • Work hard and are reliable.
    • See the bigger picture and seek daily improvement.
    • Commit to excellence in everything you do with a great attitude, always.
    • Communicate with excellent verbal and written skills.
    • Prioritize attention to detail and accuracy.
    • Are able to lift 50-100 pounds repeatedly.
    • Experience driving a forklift (OSHA10 – Forklift certification).
    • Are available to work regular daytime hours Monday-Friday.
    • Challenges Clickstop to become better than we are today.
    • Drive our culture forward by holding yourself and others accountable to achieving great results through our values.


  • What Clickstop provides:
    • The opportunity to pursue your best self (as an employee, parent, partner, citizen, etc.) We believe coming to work should not be transactional, but instead should be a purpose-driven experience.  
    • An entrepreneurial environment where opportunities are endless for those who seek them. 
    • Recognition for personal, team, and company accomplishments, because Clickstop’s success is a reflection of your engagement and excellence.  
    • Professional and personal development opportunities. 
    • Benefits for full-time employees include: 
      • Health Insurance ($0 Premium Option) 
      • Dental & Vision Insurance 
      • 401K Match 
      • PTO, Paid Holidays, and Volunteer Time Off 
      • Life and Disability Insurance 
      • ESOP – After one full year of service and minimum hour requirement is met 

Starting pay:
Part-time - $12/hr
Full-time - $15/hr

Employment is contingent upon the completion of a satisfactory background check. 

Clickstop is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 


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