We can barely contain our excitement! We have opened our brand-new e-commerce building, Saltwater. Our new innovative facility is 750k square feet and will bring the total square feet for our campus to over 1.6 million.

We are looking for energetic and reliable Associates to join our Ohio Distribution Center Team as FORK LIFT OPERATORS. We are hoping to fill our newest facility with the best and brightest!

Switching jobs can be stressful. At Crocs, we want you to be Confidently Comfortable in your new role. We aim to make the transition easier by offering weekly hiring events, multiple shift options and Day 1 benefit availability. We also provide bi-weekly perfect attendance pay, individual performance incentives, and an annual company bonus paid in March.

We believe in being People Purposed, so we design our training and incentives to be accessible to our entire workforce. Over half of hourly associates earn bi-weekly attendance and performance incentives, and every employee is eligible for our company bonus.

If you’re a distribution veteran, we give you the tools you need and put you in a place to start earning our performance incentives. And, if you’re new to distribution, our dedicated training team provides hands-on support to give you the tools and time to be successful.

Current Availability: 

  • 1st Shift - Limited availability (Monday - Thursday, 6am - 430pm) 
  • 2nd Shift – Available (Monday - Thursday, 6pm - 430am) 
  • Weekend Shift – Available (Friday - Sunday, 6am - 630pm) 


  • $18.00/hour to start, plus shift differential for 2nd and Weekend shifts

Other PIT equipment experience (no Order Selector Experience)

  • Will start at lower a hourly rate with an opportunity to grow

Equipment Operators are also eligible for: 

  • $.50/hour perfect attendance incentive 
  • Up to $5.25/hour in performance incentives 
  • 5% annual bonus 
  • DAY 1 Benefits 
  • Cross training in most departments

In addition, we offer you:

  • NEW in 2023:  The option to sign up for ADP's Daily Pay program and access a portion of the money you’ve already earned, before your regular payday!
  • Industry-leading benefits, available to you on your day of hire. Including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k with Match, STD/LTD, Basic Life Insurance & More!
  • 120 hours of PTO in your first calendar year (accrued per pay) 
  • 10 paid holidays
  • 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
  • Our tallest racks are 40 feet high, so you can't be afraid of heights 
  • 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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