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Warehouse Associate (seasonal)

Job Description: Warehouse Associate (seasonal)

non-exempt, seasonal hourly

The Company. Twisted Throttle® is an established company with a healthy growth record and a dynamic management team. Located in Exeter, Rhode Island, Twisted Throttle was founded at the cusp of the now-exploding adventure motorcycling craze and is currently positioned as one of the major players in the market. We provide premium bolt-on motorcycle accessories for the adventure, sport-touring, and sport bike markets, primarily serving European and Japanese motorcycle riders. As an exclusive North American distributor for leading powersports and ADV brands (including SW-Motech, R&G and others), we also specialize in prototyping, product development, wholesale distribution, and Internet retail sales for the full line of Twisted Throttle’s house of brands.

The Position. Our warehouse crew's mission is to get orders out on time, keep customers happy, and keep Twisted Throttle organized while efficiently meeting daily productivity metrics. The Seasonal Warehouse associate role includes picking, packing. Seasonal roles are available at our Exeter, Rhode Island location.

Responsibilities and Duties: 

Picker/Packer/assembly

Picking orders based on inventory locations

Packing orders with appropriate cushioning

Selecting the minimum required box size for shipping

Help with product assembly

Daily cleanup activities, including:

  •  Remove all trash from shelves
  •  Remove all empty cardboard boxes from shelves
  •  Remove all flattened cardboard from warehouse
  •  Empty all trash and recycling bins into dumpster
  •  Sweep
  •  Place all scan guns on chargers

Other duties as assigned.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Hustle, drive, and teamwork-oriented attitude
  • General understanding of web browser-based software
  • High level of attention to detail
  • Ability to safely use a pallet jack and lift packages weighing up to 50 pounds
  • Accurate, speedy, enthusiastic and friendly
  • Ability to work solo or in small teams
  • Availability to work outside of regular business hours may be required
  • Math and writing skills normally acquired through a high school education
  • Forklift certification helpful, but not required

Working Conditions: Enthusiasm for motorcycles is preferred for all positions at Twisted Throttle, as enthusiasm for any sport, outdoor, or adventure activity is key to fitting in with our passionate culture. (All new hires without previous motorcycle experience are provided an opportunity to attend the motorcycle safety course and obtain their motorcycle driver's license.) Whether you are a motorcycle enthusiast or not, count on the contagion of the Twisted Throttle organization’s passion and drive. You will work in an office environment with a great management team that loves to work hard, have fun, and win!

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