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Warehouse Associate


Posted by Flylow Gear on 09/22/2021

Job Basics

Industry Sector: Bike, Lifestyle, Outdoor, Snow

Job Categories: Warehouse

Company Type: Apparel/SoftGoods

State: CO

City: Denver

Country: United States

Required Experience: 1 - 3 years

Contact Name: Jeff Shaffroth

Job Type: Full Time

Salary: $15-17 hr.

Required to Relocate: No

Required to Travel: No

Employee May Telecommute: No

Job Seeker Must Live Within:

Job Description & Requirements

At Flylow Gear we design and sell epic technical outwear for ski, snowboard and mountain bike
riders. Our employees are passionate about creating apparel that enhances a rider’s
experience. We are excited to be adding to our Denver team and are on the search for a
warehouse associate. We are looking for someone who has strong attention to detail, can pick
orders fast with accuracy, and considers themselves an outdoor enthusiast!


What you’ll do:

- Order fulfillment – pick/packing
- Shipping and receiving
- Inventory audits
- Warehouse organization
- Restocking inventory

What we are looking for:
- 0-3 years of warehouse or order picking experience
- High School diploma or GED
- Ability to lift 50 lbs. consistently
- High attention to detail
- Works well independently and on a team
- A passion for outdoor sports and adventure

Compensation & Benefits:
- $15-17/hour
- Medical, dental and vision benefits
- 401k Retirement Savings plan
- Employee discounts on all Flylow Gear

About Flylow Gear

Flylow got its start when co-founders Greg Steen and Dan Abrams, both Colorado natives and friends since college, couldn’t find a pair of ski pants that could hold up to the kind of skiing they were doing. They were exploring the backcountry, tackling big-mountain terrain, and spending long days in variable weather. The gear they were using was either mountaineering apparel, which was built for light and fast travel but often didn’t fit right and lacked style, or resort-oriented ski apparel, which looked good but couldn’t handle the rigors of demanding terrain or the temperature control you needed when climbing and skiing peaks

>Although the two friends had no real background in clothing design, they were skiers with creative minds, so they figured: Why not try to build better ski clothes? A French girl on the mountain observed them skiing and said, “You don’t ski fast—you fly low.” And the Flylow brand was officially born