Warehouse Selector - Orlando
Publix Super Markets tops the list of privately-owned supermarkets in the US. We are privately-owned, hold no long-term debt and continue to grow year after year. Publix and our associates excel in community involvement, volunteerism and environmental sustainability. Our collective commitment to diversity has contributed to our success in being a great place to work and shop. It’s satisfying to work for – and be an owner in – a Fortune 100 company that is widely recognized as a leader in the supermarket industry.
**Hours of Work:**
**Frequency of Pay:**
**Minimum Base Pay:**
7350 Hazletine National Drive
**Other Compensation Information:**
+ Efficiency Based Pay
+ Night differential:A $.50 per hour night differential is paid to associates regularly scheduled to work any hours between midnight and 3:00 a.m. (this does not include shifts that end at midnight or begin at 3:00AM).
+ Freezer differential:A $.50 per hour freezer differential is paid to associates regularly scheduled in the Frozen Food freezer.
+ Weekend premium pay: $2 per hour weekend premium pay for hours worked between 12:00 a.m. Saturday through 11:59 p.m. Sunday
**Year End Bonus:**
Publix provides a Holiday bonus in November based on certain criteria. The longer your tenure with Publix, the better your bonus! Additional details can be provided during a job interview.
**Maximum Base Pay:**
**Potential Annual Base Pay:**
Efficiency Based Pay
+ Employee stock ownership plan that contributes Publix stock to associates each year at no cost!
+ Opportunity to purchase additional shares of our privately-held stock
+ 401(k) retirement savings plan
+ Group health, dental, and vision plan, with prescription benefits
+ Sick pay
+ Vacation pay
**What you'll do:**
YOU determine how much you earn as a Warehouse Selector. The more orders you complete safely and efficiently, the more money you earn each week! The average Publix Selector performs at a rate greater than 100% which means that you, too, can earn above standard pay. Are you the competitive type? It pays to be the best because Selectors are rewarded for working efficiently and with accurate results.
What if your work was also your workout? Selectors are constantly walking, lifting, bending and stretching. If you’re into sports, cardio, strength training, weightlifting, running or bodybuilding, this job will help keep you in shape. Selectors pull products ordered by Publix stores, place them onto pallets, wrap the finished order, and get it ready to be placed on a truck for delivery. To increase their efficiency, Selectors use state-of-the-art technology to notify them of the products that have been ordered and where they are in the warehouse. Our Warehouse Selectors are instrumental in helping keep our shelves stocked in our more than 1,200 store locations.
The responsibilities listed on this posting are not intended to be all-inclusive and additional responsibilities may be assigned as needed.
+ Tuition reimbursement
+ Free hot meals at facilities with a cafeteria
+ Access to over 50 discount offers, like computer, vehicle and wireless purchases
**What you need to succeed:**
+ be at least 18 years old
+ be able to:
+ work weekends, holidays and extended periods of time
+ obtain certification in pallet truck and forklift operations (on or before the start date in the position)
+ select, lift, carry and stack product weighing
+ 67 pounds for High Velocity and Low Velocity
+ 67 pounds for Frozen Foods and Produce
+ 85 pounds for Boxed Meat/Dairy
+ stand, bend, stoop and twist and do repetitive work for long periods of time
+ operate a pallet truck or forklift without any part of the body exposed outside of the operator compartment
+ work under strict time requirements
+ read, write and identify and verify numbers
+ interpret, understand and follow instructions and
+ pass a Physical Agility Test (before the start date in the position)
Temperatures could range from 20 degrees below to zero (Frozen Food), 28 degrees to 35 degrees Fahrenheit (Boxed Meat/Dairy), 35 degrees to 55 degrees Fahrenheit while working in a wet environment (Produce) or exceed 90 degrees Fahrenheit (High Velocity) for an extended period of time.