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Wal - Mart Stores, IncArdmore, OK
Full-time
  • Depending on the shift you work, your job could include moving inventory in the backroom, unloading trucks, or helping customers while stocking shelves.
  • From hot trucks in the summer to filling ice cream in the freezer, this fast paced job can be physically demanding
  • it's like being paid to go the gym Duties and Responsibilities Unload trucksSort products in the backroomStock products on shelvesEnsure aisles are neat and area is cleanEngage vendors and drivers with a positive attitudeGreet customers and answer their questions#storejobs

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