At Feather, our mission is to transform humanity's relationship with material goods to create a healthier and happier planet. You’ll join a fast-paced, innovative team whose passion lies in delighting customers and helping people live lighter.

Feather is building a best-in-class logistics team and is seeking a Warehouse Associate to join the warehouse team in our Clinton Hill, Brooklyn facility. You will contribute to the optimization and efficiency of the facility, assisting with the successful deployment of furniture to customers, and receiving inbound deliveries from freight carriers and returned furniture. You will play a key role in strengthening Feather’s excellence in reverse logistics and refurbishment and collaborate closely with the operations, logistics, and account management teams, and will report to the Warehouse Manager. Note: This is an hourly position with a 5-day schedule that will include Saturday work.

What you’ll be doing:

  • Assemble and prepare furniture items for home delivery to our customers, ensuring that all items meet quality control standards and are ready for pickup by Feather’s delivery team 
  • Build & scale Feather’s reverse logistics processes including refurbishment and maintenance on reclaimed items, ensuring that all used items meet brand standards for quality and cleanliness
  • Work with Delivery Leads to load trucks for daily home deliveries
  • Assist in receiving inbound deliveries on a daily basis (both from 3PLs and drop-shipment carriers), stocking all items from the carrier’s truck into the warehouse 
  • Take pride in maintaining the safety, appearance, cleanliness and efficiency of the NYC warehouse 
  • Assist with weekly inventory audits

What you need to be successful:

  • 1+ years in warehouse operations
  • Experience working with furniture assembly/stocking/refurbishment
  • A great attention to detail and excellent spatial organization skills 
  • Ability to lift & move heavy furniture with help from dollies and hand-trucks, with and without coworkers  
  • Proficiency software and spreadsheeting tools, including Excel 

Who you are:

  • Based in NYC (or willing to move)
  • Excited about joining a small team and growing with Feather
  • Passionate about Feather's mission
  • Eligible to work in the United States

What you’ll get when joining Feather:

  • Competitive compensation
  • Generous health, vision, dental, and other ancillary benefits
  • Company sponsored events and monthly happy hours 
  • A 50% discount on your own Feather subscription

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