About Rent The Runway:

Rent the Runway is disrupting the $1.7 trillion global fashion industry by introducing clothing rental as a utility in women’s everyday lives and empowering women to feel like their best selves everyday. We have pioneered the Closet in the Cloud and believe that every person globally will soon have a subscription to fashion. Since our launch in late 2009, we have raised $190M from top-tier investors and built one of the most beloved brands on earth. We are proud to be both a profitable and high-growth business, with a loyal 6MM-strong customer base who share the experience of renting as being empowering and smart.

Our 1000+ employees have a revolutionary spirit that permeates our culture. We’ve built - proprietary technology, a one-of-a-kind reverse logistics operation, stores of the future, a viral brand, relationships with hundreds of fashion brands - and we are obsessed with continuing to game change our customer experience. We are also trying to revolutionize entrepreneurship itself - proving that diverse teams produce outsized impact. The Rent the Runway Foundation, which our two co-founders launched together in 2015, helps tens of thousands of female entrepreneurs build and scale their own businesses with the mission of founders more clearly representing the demographics of this country.

Overview

Overall responsibility for performing duties and assisting management within the engineering operation of a fulfillment and distribution environment. Individuals are expected to understand all aspects of the operation, adhere to safety standards and meet production guidelines.

Responsibilities:

  • Perform repetitive movements (eg. climbing ladders), reaching, bending, push/pull bins, repetitive wrist movement, be stationary, mobile or physically active for entirety of the shift
  • Work under pressure while meeting immediate goals, deadlines, standards and expectations
  • Comply and meet standard operating procedures
  • Accountable for personal time and attendance
  • Communicate and cooperate with team members and leadership
  • Take on additional duties as assigned by leadership
  • Responsible for maintaining safety guidelines, cleanliness and security standards
  • Restock supplies as needed
  • Identify and surface issues to leadership in a timely fashion

Qualifications:

  • Ability to lift a maximum of 50 lbs based on needs of the role
  • Intermediate computer skills (eg. spreadsheet software, google docs) as well as the ability to operate warehouse tools (eg. scanner)
  • Ability to work quickly, accurately and safely while using machinery (eg. sewing machine, pressing machine, cleaning machine)
  • Ability to understand, follow and execute written and/or oral instructions
  • Ability to analyze, problem solve and make decisions independently
  • Must operate with a sense of urgency, and have attention to detail
  • Align with the company's Core Values to ensure a world class customer experience
  • Must be self-disciplined and have the ability to work independently without constant oversight
  • Familiarity with warehouse systems and ability to use all warehouse software
  • Ability to differentiate colors in garments
  • Experience in a dry cleaning operation is a plus

Additional Technical Distinctions:

Responsibilities:

  • Conducts proper use, maintenance, tests and repairs of mechanical equipment, systems and components
  • Applies knowledge of electrical / electronic and mechanical principles in determining equipment malfunctions and mechanical support
  • Applies skills in restoring equipment to operational status including but not limited to dry cleaning equipment, boilers, chillers, generators, air compressors, steam tunnels, finishing equipment, auto baggers, conveyance, sorters

Qualifications:

  • 5 years of trade experience in one or more of the following areas: plumbing, electrical, refrigeration, HVAC, or electrical controls
  • Black seal boiler license and refrigeration license a plus

 

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