Pay Hourly Rate : $16-$19
Location: Baltimore, MDCompensation: This is a non-exempt, hourly role. Annual pay for new hires generally ranges between $35,480 and $50,590 or more, depending on experience, overtime hours worked and bonuses. Starting pay may be higher based on experiences.
Summary: The Checker will be responsible for performing various warehouse duties, such as checking the quantity and accuracy of the items.
To perform this job successfully, the individual must be able to complete the following essential duties and responsibilities:
Additionally the candidate must meet the following Education and/or Experience requirements:
This role has the following physical demands:
Benefits: Client offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
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**Hours 5 am - 3 pm Monday- Thursday**
Operates in an assembly line style performing specific tasks or a set of predetermined tasks. May work as a team or alone.
Some Job Responsibilities include:
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. This facility is a drug free ITAR Controlled facility. Must be a U.S. Citizen and will be e-verified. Must pass Pre-Employment Drug Screen and background checks.
Must be able to Read a Tape Measure. Read and write English. Able to follow detailed written and oral instructions.
Former Military Urged to Apply!
VEVRAA Federal Contractor
Priority referrals for protected veterans
Equal Opportunity Employer
4 day work week! Casual environment. Medical, Dental, Vacation Accrual after 90 days.
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