At Crocs, we want everyone to be comfortable in their own shoes.

CALLING ALL WEEKEND WARRIORS!!

The Crocs Distribution Center in Vandalia is excited to announce we are now hiring PART TIME Weekend shift associates. 

If you are experienced in Distribution and Logistics OR you have never set foot in a warehouse, we are looking for eager applicants to help support our growing business.

Shift options are: 

Weekend PT Morning
3 shifts of 6 hours (includes 20-minute paid break)
Fri, Sat and Sun from 6am to 12pm

Weekend PT Afternoon
3 shifts of 6 hours (includes 20-minute paid break)
Fri, Sat and Sun from 12:30pm to 6:30pm

Weekend PT Sat / Sun
2 shifts of 9 ½ hours (9 hours of paid time)
Sat and Sun from 9am to 6:30pm

Starting Wage: $15.00/hour for entry level.

Our Warehouse Associates can work in one of our departments, including Shipping, Receiving, Picking, Packing, VAS and others! We’re looking for associates with a strong work ethic and solid attendance history!! 

What we offer you:

  • Competitive Pay with an annual bonus
  • Opportunity for advancement 
  • Weekly performance Incentives
  • Accrued sick pay for hours worked 
  • Opportunity to pick up additional shifts as desired
  • 50% employee discount

What you'll bring to us: 

  • Strong attendance record, work ethic, and safety record
  • Flexibility to be cross-trained in different departments
  • Able to lift up to 35lbs regularly
  • Must be able to stand, walk, stoop, kneel or crawl 
  • Specific vision abilities:  close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust and focus (equipment operators)

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