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Warehouse Work Temporary 2nd shift

Follett is proud of our long and successful partnership with the education community.
We have been in business for 140 years.
At our state-of-the-art facility located in Woodridge, IL, we process and house the largest pre-owned textbook inventory in the nation, including millions of K-12 textbooks by publishers in every subject area and grade level.
At Follett, we recognize that having the right products and services does not alone ensure a company's long-term success in the marketplace.
Rather, it is these product and services, complemented by a consistent, high level of customer service that differentiates market leaders from the rest of the pack.
Follett prides itself in making sure that exceptional customer service is a key component of everything we do.
Follett is the right place to start a great Career! We have immediate temporary job opportunities in our Woodridge warehouse.
Our temporary warehouse associates work in our distribution facility and perform shipping and receiving functions and responsibilities.
In this position you will sort, stock, and process inventory per guidelines and procedures as well as maintain a high level of productivity and accuracy in all areas as assigned.
We have second shift positions available:
(3:
00 p.
m.
to 11:
30 p.
m.
)Pay for this position is as follows:
$10.
50/hour.
Job Requirements The length of this temporary assignment will depend on business needs; high-achieving temporaries will be asked to stay longer.
High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent experience An ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
consistently.
An ability to stand on their feet for 8 hours/day Reliable transportation to work everyday Willingness to work hard and help the distribution team meet their goals

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