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United Parcel ServiceGeorgetown, KY
  • Tuesday - Saturday, approximately 3:00am - 8:30am Work in warehouse, directing & supervising employees on production and safety requirements.
  • Will work close to machinery and belts inside warehouse—hot in summer & cold in winter.
  • Supervisor will be responsible for learning specified methods and safety training within a specified period.
  • Selected employee will be responsible for production, timecards and reports to be completed in a timely manner.
  • May supervise a group of up to 15, part time employees.
  • Multitasking & leadership skills are a must.
  • Must be able to lead the team and handle a position of responsibility.
  • Part-time: up to 5 ½ hours per day, 5 days per week.
  • Extended hours may be required as service needs dictate.
  • Report to work on a regular and timely basis.
  • variable temperatures and humidity
  • exposure to dust, dirt, and noise
  • enclosed work area
  • outside inclement weather
  • follow directions and routines
  • work independently with appropriate judgment
  • exhibit spatial awareness
  • read words and numbers
  • concentrate, memorize, and recall
  • identify logical connections and determine sequence of response
  • processing up to 2-3 steps ahead Perform other functions that may be assigned.
  • Ability to work varying shifts and extended hours as business needs dictate.
  • Must be able to supervise and train employees effectively.
  • Perform office tasks using simple hand grasping, fine hand manipulation and reach associated with assigned tasks such as paperwork, typing, and/or use of a computer, filing, and calculating.
  • Assist in moving packages weighing up to 150 pounds.
  • Have a sufficient ability to communicate, through sight, hearing, and/or otherwise, to perform assigned tasks and maintain proper job safety conditions.
  • Applicant must complete a Pymetrics assessment in order to be considered for this position.
  • An email from “UPS Recruitment” containing instructions will be sent to the email address associated with the application within 24-48 hours of supervisor approval.
  • Applicant will have 3 business days to complete the assessment.
  • UPS is an equal opportunity employer.
  • UPS does not discriminate on the basis of race/color/religion/sex/national origin/veteran/disability/age/sexual orientation/gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law We welcome those with experience in jobs such as General, General, and General and others in the General to apply.

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