Job Details

Full Time Weekend Warehouse Associate


SIMOS Insourcing Solutions






Enfield, Connecticut, United States







SIMOS is immediately hiring Weekend Warehouse Associates to work with our premiere client, Brooks Brothers, in Enfield, CT. Get paid for a full 40 hours while only working 36 hours on the weekend! Full time positions with healthcare packages and paid time off are available.

Pre-Employment Event: 5/31/23 from 11am to 1pm at the MassHire center, 95 Liberty street, Springfield MA.

Shift Days and Time:

Weekend Shift: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 6AM-6:30PM and paid a full 40 hours , $15.25 per hour

Perks & Benefits
  • Paid Training
  • Weekly paychecks
  • Direct Deposit or Cash Card pay options
  • Paid Time Off
  • Referral Bonus (Restrictions Apply)
  • Climate Controlled Environment
  • Earn $15.25/hour
  • Production Incentive Possible
Employment Type & Shifts

  • Full Time
  • Weekend Shifts
Job Responsibilities
  • No experience is required as we will train
  • A good attitude is a must!
  • Picking/packing orders and apply labels
  • Loading/unloading trucks and trailers via conveyor belt
  • Palletizing boxes
  • Using an RF scanner to receive and scan products from picked orders
  • Tagging garments
  • Replenish stock
  • Refurbish returns
  • Inspecting items for quality and accuracy to prepare for shipment
  • Read and follow directions to complete any special handling requests and ensure proper packaging of all products for shipment
  • Secure boxed and ship per order
  • Move, stand, lift and bend frequently throughout the duration of the 10 or 12 hour shift
Associate Requirements
  • Background Check
  • Able to Lift 50 pounds
  • Drug Test
  • Stand for Shift Duration
  • Must be at least 18 years old
The hourly rate for this position is anticipated to range between $15.25 - $15.25 per hour. This range is a good-faith estimate, based on the qualifications necessary for the position, including but not limited to experience, training, and other considerations permitted by law. Factors that may be used when making an offer may include a candidate's skills and experience, the expected quality and quantity of work, and internal pay alignment, as needed. Most candidates will start in the bottom half of the pay range. The upper end of the range will generally be reserved for candidates with extensive skills and experience. An employee's pay history will not be a contributing factor where prohibited by local law.