RV Parts AssociateHireology | ND, US
Posted 23 days ago
Start your journey with Blue Compass RV as we are looking a Parts Associate to join our team.
WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER
Blue Compass RV based out of Fort Lauderdale is the fastest growing RV Company with more than 100+ RV dealerships across the country! We staff each dealership with the best people in the business. We are known for the great care we take with customers and associates alike. You are not just an employee with our company, you are family. We invest in our employees with our training and development programs and want to see you advance in your career with us.
- Medical, dental, vision, disability, FSAs, and life insurance
- Paid Time Off and paid holidays
- Pet Insurance
- 5-day work week
- Employee Assistance Program
- Training and Development Programs
- Legal Coverage
- Identity Theft Protection
- Referral Program
- And so much more….
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
- Shipping and Receiving
- Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
- Basic computer knowledge
- Ship customer orders via USPS, UPS and LTL
- Package, load, unload, check and verify incoming and outgoing shipments of materials, products, and supplies
- Utilize warehouse management/inventory software
- Verify incoming goods and replenish stock in warehouse
- Assist in general cleaning and up keep of dealership and parts department
WHAT YOU CAN BRING TO THE TABLE:
- Previous customer service experience is preferred
- Previous RV product or camping lifestyle experience preferred
- Ability to work daily on a computer and perform internet searches as needed
- Excellent organization and follow up skills are required
- The ability to follow department procedures and policies
- A Valid Driver License is Mandatory
APPLY WITH US!
If you are ready for a rewarding career with competitive compensation and benefits, and opportunities to excel and advance, consider joining the Blue Compass RV organization. Be a part of the best customer experience team in the RV industry... apply with us today!
Blue Compass RV is an equal opportunity employer and maintains a drug- and alcohol-free workplace. Some positions may require applicants to possess a valid driver's license and have a good driving record
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