Interested in a Distribution Center job opportunity with leadership responsibility? Does supporting the Specialized mission of efficient delivery of bikes and cycling products to our distributors and riders sound like an appealing challenge? Are you looking to lead by example and guide the development of a team to optimal performance?

If you were able to answer yes to these questions, then we want to talk with you! We are searching for a motivated and organized individual to join our growing team as an Outbound Shipping Lead!

How you’ll make a difference

  • Joining a team of Leads to support the picking, packing, and shipping functions
  • Focusing on encouraging our teammates and crafting an excellent team
  • Facilitating the fulfillment of accurate bicycle and equipment orders while working in a lively work environment
  • Driving efficiencies and improving current working processes

What you need to win

  • Distribution Center outbound experience, ideally with leadership responsibilities
  • The strong conviction that a diverse and inclusive team leads to success
  • Willingness to safely operate power equipment such as, pallet jack, forklift, cherry picker and other powered and manual materials handling equipment
  • Work history of reliability, focusing and committing, excellent judgement and decision-making
  • Ability to focus on details while maintaining the big picture objectives
  • Ability to work on your feet all day (walking/standing, lifting up to 50 lbs.)
  • The desire to support teammate growth and development
  • Ability to maintain a flexible schedule in a work environment that changes to meet supply chain demands.

SPECIALIZED INVESTS IN OUR TEAM FAR BEYOND SALARY…

  • 100% Company provided Medical and Rx coverage that begins the month after you start
  • 100% Company provided Dental and Vision coverage
  • 401(k) dollar for dollar match, up to $5,000 per year with IMMEDIATE vesting
  • Life and Disability Insurance
  • Paid vacation, sick time, and holidays
  • Culture of inclusiveness, personal and career growth opportunities
  • Free coffee truck and bagel days; in-house gym, tuition reimbursement, Employee Store discounts, outdoor industry discounts, and more!

Here at Specialized we believe that bikes have the power to change lives for the better. We are barrier-breakers, but we need unique ideas and backgrounds to help us push boundaries and change the world. We are always looking for creative, innovative, and passionate people who can contribute to our mission of getting people outside. If you think this could be you, and you're ready to make a difference, please apply. We hope that you will reach out and show us how you can make an impact here.

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