Fulfil is a well-funded, rapidly growing, and inclusive company developing a custom automation robotics system purpose built to solve today’s leading practical and environmental problems in the world’s food supply chain. Founded by a team with previous startup success, and backed by top-tier VCs, we are mission-driven to reduce waste, environmental impact and emissions with truly new technology. 

We can’t do it alone - we’re seeking curious, capable, passionate team members motivated by the opportunity to create lasting impact on the world through their work. This role offers ample growth opportunities while working side-by-side with an impassioned, multi-disciplinary team spanning mechanical design, software, computer vision, systems integration and ops to design and operationalize world-changing technology. 

Fulfil is committed to creating an inclusive culture, and we celebrate diversity of all kinds. If this sounds like the kind of environment that you find intriguing, then please apply even if you don’t feel you meet all the requirements listed below. We fully acknowledge that job descriptions can be intimidating sometimes in their formality. But we aren’t! We'd love to hear from you.

Your Responsibilities

As an Operations Onboarding Associate, you will play an integral role in defining and documenting processes for a growing business. You will manage the item level setup for retail products. You will coordinate with a cross-functional team of Engineers and Operators based in Silicon Valley to ensure  efforts toward an on-time operational deployment of an automated facility. You will bring previous retail experience and be comfortable with general in-store operations. Your duties will include ensuring relevant product data is captured and documented, testing products in their storage environment, inventory management & control, problem solving and collaboration .

What We’re Looking For

  • Highly Detail Oriented, Self Starting
  • Ability to filter and manipulate large data sets
  • Basic Math Skills (multiplication, division, addition, subtraction)
  • Previous Retail Experience
  • Punctual and available for on-site work in Plymouth Meeting, PA for some combination of mornings (before 9 am), night, weekends and holidays.
  • Strong Interpersonal Communication Skills
  • Ability to work well on a team
  • Comfortable working with computers and automation
  • Comfortable with warehouse type work (using a pallet jack, able to be forklift certified)
  • Able to lift 50 lbs
  • Capable of working periodically in frozen and refrigerated environments
  • Ability for limited travel

Bonus Skills

  • Previous Retail Management experience (Grocery Supervisor or Assistant Manager is preferred)
  • Previous data entry experience
  • Experience working with food (especially grocery)
  • Past experience working with machinery and tools (especially any sort of automation, robotics or drones)
  • Experience with Fulfillment Center Operations; understanding of receiving and stocking procedures
  • Experience with Quality Assurance Testing
  • Not afraid of robots

What You Get

  • Hourly rate between $16-19/hr 
  • A chance to be an early member of a hyper-growth startup
  • Ability to solve complex problems with a world-class team
  • A low-ego company culture that is obsessed with feedback and helping each other grow
  • Medical, dental, and vision coverage
  • 401K, life and disability coverage 
  • Generous paid time off (PTO) - and we mean it!

At Fulfil we value diversity and always treat all employees and job applicants based on merit, qualifications, competence, and talent. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

 

 

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