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Merchandise Assembler


Our client, Karpata Instore Service, LLC is a merchandising services company working in the stores of multiple retailers.
They are seeking individuals interested in doing assembly for Meijers. Experience in assembly is required. You must be able to lift up to 50 pounds and work on your feet for up to 10 hours. We will be assembling multiple items in stores including BIKES, GRILLS, FURNITURE and more.
Karpata is one of the largest service companies with reps working in all Meijer stores.
If you have some experience in this type of work and you can learn our way quickly - please respond!
Hours will vary weekly and should range from 30- 40 per week.
Each person hired will be assigned 2-3 stores requiring limited or no travel. This is a permanent, direct hire position.
We are different than other Assembly Companies! Our assemblers will be used for more than assembly as often as possible to give them extra hours. We do resets and service in addition to assemble. When the season for bikes is slow we will place as many assemblers as possible on reset teams to keep their hours high.
The mix of items to be assembled means that we have assembly work mostly year around. When it's slow, good assemblers will keep working on reset and service teams. Karpata will supply ALL necessary tools.
Among other requirements, you must:
Be 18 years old or older
NO felonies in the last 7 years
Be legal to work in the US
Have reliable transportation
Be available every day (though you may not work every day, every week)
Please send a personal email telling us about you and your experience. Do not change the subject line so that we know what city you are responding to.
We WILL NOT respond to replies asking for more information, nor to those without the requested information. You can also go to our website to see more about us and fill out an application:
www.karpata.com
Pay varies between $10-$12 per hour based on experience.
This is a direct hire, permanemt position with incentive and benefit opportunities.
No phone calls please!

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