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Material Handler / Warehouse Associate

OR Corporate - Wilsonville, OR

Job Details

Precision Countertops is a leading custom countertop manufacturer in the United States; we service California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and Alaska. With over thirty years of experience manufacturing and installing countertops, we have thousands of satisfied customers. We are experiencing tremendous growth and are currently recruiting for a full-time Material Handler/Warehouse Associate in our Wilsonville, Oregon facility. Our success lies in the people we hire. We are committed to providing a personal and rewarding experience for every employee in our organization by offering a positive work environment and career advancement by promoting from within. If you are an innovative, service oriented team player and meet the following requirements below, we want to talk to you!

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Stocking materials including stone, sinks, faucets, display material, etc.
  • Always maintains company safety standards and warehouse cleanliness
  • Receives material and supplies; verifies material code, lot number, and quantity.
  • Preparing, loading, and unloading all incoming and outgoing trucks
  • Maintain inventory by identifying, labeling, and placing materials and supplies in stock
  • Records location of material
  • Locates, verifies, pulls, and stages material listed on production orders
  • Utilizes and maintains material-handling equipment by completing inspections and requesting repairs
  • Contributes to the team effort

Qualifications

  • Proven record of quality work and attention to detail
    Experience receiving and shipping goods
  • Outstanding safety record
  • Background check required
  • Experience working with stone is a plus
  • Experience with overhead crane is a plus

Coverings 2018: Editor’s Picks

This year’s Coverings showed both new and established trends. Here, part one of our round-up from this year’s show.

 

LaFence’s fresh take on wood look tile mixes effortlessly with classic and graphic patterns.
Patchwork tiles from Keros show last years trend is still holding strong. This look is great on entryway floors or on a backsplash.

A bathroom and outdoor kitchen clad in Keraben surfaces show the everyday consumer how to effectively use these their tiles for the most impact.

Ken Mason’s eponymous tile groupings highlight his penchant for the fresh and unexpected.
High lacquer small and large format surfaces use natural wood as the basis of inspiration.

A wall of new colors mimicking natural stone takes over the walls of Gruppo Romani.
Florim’s “outdoor” kitchen uses their materials on every surface, from countertops to tables to flooring.

Fincibec creates rustic, cool bathroom environments that can easily be recreated at home.
Fap’s new line of tiles mimics a nubby, grasscloth wallpaper, adding warmth to any interior.
Add a little glitz to the bar area with Equipe’s 3D gold metallic triangles.
Emil Groupe’s parquet inspired tiles offer a modern take on this classic style.

Shapes by Dune, shows just how transformative color can be in altering the style of any like materials.
Coem Ceramiche’s plays with lines using their various color ways to create a dynamic “striped” surface for wall or flooring.
For those that long for pattern, Cevica answers with an unusual mix of styles and colors.
K2, Ceramiche Koepe, small format tile, shows a range of textures and colors in organically inspired motifs.
Ceramic Vogue’s confetti comes in a range of color combinations that work perfectly in a shower surround.

Oxidation, a trend we saw a couple of markets ago, still held true this year with Sant’Agostino’s small format tiles. While their New Deco line provided a fresh take on terrazzo inspired surfaces.

Casa Ceramiche’s colorful and artful designs long to be displayed on a huge panel or in an outdoor setting.

Feel as if you’re always at a resort with Bati Orient’s globally inspired mosaics and tiles. Paired with an eclectic mix of wash basins they truly inspire design creativity.

Ape Group plays with graphics in both subtle grays and whites, then moves into classic blues with a Moorish point of view.
Aparici’s delicate motifs offer a retro-inspired look, while their unexpected tattoo like dog adds an unexpected shot of whimsy.

 

The ever popular Hexagon shape gets a graphic, textural update with fabric motifs done in metallics.

ABK’s “stitched” overcalled pattern has the look of patchwork cowhide and leather.
41Zero42 uses a range of pale neutrals and whites to create texture in contemporary settings.

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