SEASONAL SHIPPING ASSOCIATE
Project 615 is a company focused on serving others through selling high quality products that advocate for world changing causes.
About the Position
It is no surprise that the holidays is one of our busiest seasons here at Project 615. We are needing extra hands to step in and help with our online fulfillment team to ship our customer 's orders out with efficiency, care, and an eye to detail. This is a part-time, seasonal position, with room to grow depending on the company's needs and performance of the employee.
- Having a great personality and a passion for what Project 615 does
- Having a positive attitude
- Shipping out orders with minimal discrepencies
- Notifying supervisor when shipping supplies are running low
- Having a close eye to detail and triple-checking yourself to ensure shipments are accurate
- Working fast-paced while maintaining accuracy
- Looking for quality control on each and every item before they go out the door
Skills & Qualifications
- Committed to excellence
- Energetic, kind, sincere, patient, and adaptable
- Self-directed and hard-working
- A workhorse with a "no task is too small" attitude
- Smart and organized
- Able to multi-task
- Able to detect problems and report information to appropriate personnel
Compensation: $10-$14 per hour, depending on responsibilities and prior experience.
Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Position: Part-time. Weekends and weekday opportunities. Potential for full-time.
Timing: November & December
Next Steps: If you are interested in applying for this position, please email a 1-page PDF document containing a cover letter that answers the below 3 questions as well as a résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Staff Recruitment: Seasonal Shipping Associate [Applicant’s Name].”
- What sets you apart for this position from other candidates with comparable qualifications and experience?
- Are you available to work Black Friday weekend and/ or days around Christmas? (We are closed on Thanksgiving & Christmas Day)
- Why Project 615?