Now Hiring: Part Time Dock Workers

Company Name:
Averitt Express
Position Type:
Part-Time Dock Opportunities
Dock associates manage the day-to-day loading and unloading of freight throughout our system. Dock associates carefully handle our customers' freight, utilizing modern equipment such as propane-powered forklifts and digital freight scanners.
Dock schedules vary by location.
To view position schedules specific to where you live, click the Apply Online button.
Dock/Warehouse Job Responsibilities:
Load/Unload freight
Move freight
Lift/Open trailer door
Count freight
Operate scanner
Complete manifest
Operate forklift
Regular predictable attendance
Pay and Benefits:
Profit Sharing and 401(k) plans
Credit union
Lifeworks program
Career advancement opportunities
Weekly direct payroll deposits
Associate discounts (on vehicles, computers, cell phone service, etc.)
A professional atmosphere with quality people since 1971!
Averitt Requirements:
Must be 18 years of age
Valid driver's license
Clean driving record
Must meet all qualifications outlined in our application
Equal Opportunity Employer - Females, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Company Description:
Working at Averitt isn't about punching the clock. It's about working with people who trust you, serving people who depend on you, and getting home to people who love you. It's about investing in something big - for you, your family, and Averitt. That's been our attitude since we started in 1971, and it's why our culture feels truly different than anywhere else in the industry. You can ask any one of our many associates in 21 states all about it. Because at the end of the day, we know our driving force is people.

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