Closet America, LLC Installation Support Associate in Landover, Maryland
At Closet America, we are known for our superior product, unparalleled customer service and professionalism, craftsmanship, and service. The results show in our high customer satisfaction scores and in the quality of every system we make. A locally owned and operated company, Closet America offers excellent benefits and great work culture.
You’ll be welcomed into a team of good people who share a commitment to meeting goals and making customers happy. We know how to make work fun, employing friendly competition and sales contests to keep our goals in focus. We set high standards for our work and take pride in a job well done. You’ll enjoy the challenge and reward of transforming lives, one space at a time.
POSITION SUMMARY: The Installation Support Associate is responsible for ensuring the installation vehicles are loaded and prepared for scheduled installations as well as assisting with fleet management.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
Load and offload company vehicles.
Monitor and replenish installation hardware and other inventory in the warehouse and vehicles.
Ensure that all installation vehicles are fueled.
Perform daily vehicle inspections on all installation vehicles.
Perform basic routine maintenance on company vehicles (light bulbs, batteries, etc.).
Transport company vehicles to maintenance facilities as required.
Transport parts or materials to job sites.
Maintain a clean work area, both inside and outside of the building.
Maintain a safe work environment.
Assist manufacturing with the process of preparing materials for installation as needed.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Laser Focus: You’re goal-oriented and can focus on the task at hand until it’s done perfectly.QUALIFICATIONS:
High Quality Standards: You care about quality and you take pride in the accuracy of your work.
Problem-Solving Skills: When there’s a problem, you find a creative solution, and you’re comfortable working with others to troubleshoot problems as needed.
Organized & Professional: You conduct yourself with professionalism and your coworkers can count on you to be organized and on top of your responsibilities.
License: You hold a valid driver’s license and have a clean driving record.
Certifications: Ability to obtain forklift certification
SKILLS & ABILITIES
Education & Experience: High school diploma or GED. One year of experience in a warehouse environment and/or carpentry.
Computer Skills: Ability to navigate a web browser and use a web-based application to view and respond to emails and monitor the job calendar. Ability to develop basic skills with 360 Salesforce software. Ability to use GPS navigation.
Medical Plan with HSA
Prescription Drug Plan
401k with Immediately Vested Company Match
Paid Time Off
Additional Voluntary Benefits
On the job training and professional development