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Loader - Medley

Company: Restaurant Depot
Location: Denver
Posted on: January 27, 2023

Job Description:

Loader - MedleyFULL-TIME$15.87/hrLoaders are responsible for assisting customers with the transfer of merchandise that can be from one cart to another or loading into a customers vehicle. Maintaining the parking lot clean and organized such as emptying boxes, and plastic containers customers may leave behind and by returning carts to their assigned areas. Assisting as back-up to Porter. Performing minor repairs on carts such as tightening nuts and bolts. Other duties including cleaning restrooms, restocking paper in bathrooms and break rooms, assisting with spills, emptying garbage and other such duties. May be called upon to assist in stocking and moving merchandise.DEN-01 WS-01 WS-TC WS-LCScheduleShift start: 6:00AM or 7:00AM or 9:00AMShift length: 8 hours5 days/week, must be available any dayBenefitsHealth, dental, vision insurance - available after 150 daysPaid time offQualificationsCan lift 50 lbsMust be at least 18+ years oldAbility to work in a fast paced environment Previous customer service is a plusAbout Restaurant DepotRestaurant Depot is a Members-Only Wholesale Cash & Carry Foodservice Supplier. Their mission is to be your one-stop shop for savings, selection, and service, seven days a week. They have been supplying independent food businesses with quality products from large cash and carry warehouse stores since 1990. They became the leading low-cost alternative to other foodservice suppliers by eliminating the overhead of a traditional distributor, focusing on the needs of independent foodservice operators and offering free membership.

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