Who we are ✨

Snackpass is building social meets mobile ordering for restaurants. Skip the line and get rewards with friends.

Our users save time, save money and connect with friends on our social commerce layer that includes social rewards, group buying, and social menu. Meanwhile, we help restaurants recruit new customers, engage existing ones, and streamline operations to ultimately grow their business. Snackpass is transforming the restaurant ordering experience into a rich, personalized and social experience.

Snackpass is one the largest social commerce platforms in the US, one of the fastest growing marketplaces, and a top 100 YC company.  We’re backed by Andreessen Horowitz, Y Combinator, First Round Capital, and Craft Ventures.  We are growing 3x YoY and are a team of 80 people.  And we’re just getting started.  The environment at Snackpass is high impact, fast paced, and empowering for everyone.  We are growing fast and looking for hungry and humble builders to join us in any of our hubs (NYC, SF, LA) or remotely.

 
Opportunity
 
While we’ve seen the rise of online delivery apps, delivery makes up less than 10% of the restaurant market. The rest — takeout and dine-in — remains offline, anonymous, and on the verge of disruption. There is a $600B opportunity to make offline takeout and dine-in transactions digital, social, and mobile, and we’re leading this movement. We started on college campuses and are now bringing Snackpass to every college campus and city in the country. 
About the Role  

We are looking for a Warehouse Associate to join our Operations Team and help us get our restaurants up and running and keep them in top shape. The Warehouse Associate will be responsible for preparing and completing warehouse orders for delivery or pickup according to schedule, receiving and processing warehouse stock product, and performing warehouse inventory controls. This role will report directly to the Warehouse Supervisor. 

What you’d be working on 💻

  • Perform all warehouse functions including
    • Shipping and receiving
    • Inventory management 
    • Light manufacturing
    • Returns
  • Ensure all shipping and logistics SLAs are met and completed accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Prepare and complete orders for delivery or pickup according to schedule (load, pack, wrap, label, ship)
  • Receive and process warehouse stock products (pick, unload, label, store)
  • Perform inventory controls and keep quality standards high for audits
  • Keep a clean and safe working environment and optimize space utilization
  • Report any discrepancies
  • Communicate and cooperate with supervisors and coworkers
  • Operate and maintain preventively warehouse equipment
  • Follow quality service standards and comply with procedures, rules and regulations 

 About you 🤝

  • Experience using various computer programs.
  • Knowledge of OHSA is a plus.
  • Familiar with Lean Six Sigma practices is a plus.
  • Highly motivated and self-managing.
  • Great communication and relationship building skills.
  • Organized, thorough, and attentive to detail.
  • Proven working experience as a Warehouse Worker
  • Proficiency in inventory software, databases and systems
  • Familiarity with modern warehousing practices and methods
  • Time management skills
  • Able to prioritize and manage a variety of tasks.

Work and Physical Requirements 

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the daily essential functions of this job during a 10-hour shift:

  • Ability to work regular working hours Monday through Friday 
  • Ability to lift to 40 lbs. 
  • Ability to frequently talk and/or hear, see, stand. 
  • Ability to frequently bend, do simple finger grasping, lift waist to shoulder. Typically needed during hardware assembly and installation in restaurants. 
  • Ability to frequently lift floor to waist, reach above the shoulder, push, pull. Typically needed when loading and offloading hardware into a cargo van. 
  • Ability to frequently sit, kneel, or crawl, stoop or squat, twist), lift shoulder to overhead, climb (small ladder) or balance. This is typically involved when identifying the location of routers and wiring cables. 
  • Ability to assemble and repair hardware, working with tools such as screwdriver, box cutter, power drill, dolly.   
  • Knowledge in using diagnostic tools for electrical & networking setup (multimeter, patch cable toner, etc.) is a big plus.

Snackpass is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. In fact, we are confident that the most inclusive and diverse teams accomplish the most extraordinary results.

Snackpass is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. In fact, we are confident that the most inclusive and diverse teams accomplish the most extraordinary results.

 

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