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Receiving Asset Protection Job

BJ's Wholesale Club was the first retailer to introduce the warehouse club concept in the northeastern United States. Today, we're a multibillion dollar operation with more than 200 clubs in 16¬ states from Maine to Florida.


While our Members know us for helping them save up to 25% off grocery prices every day, our Team Members¬  love us for providing a supportive and engaging workplace that's committed to developing great talent.


If you're a motivated and enthusiastic person who enjoys working collaboratively and is committed to providing great service for our Members, we want to hear from you. BJ's offers a fast-paced, team environment with great training opportunities and competitive salary and benefits packages to help you ¬ succeed.


RECEIVING ASSET PROTECTION


Receiving Asset Protection are responsible for maintaining a safe and secure receiving dock, securing the receiving doors when not in use and checking in visitors and vendors. Additional responsibilities include but not limited to:



  • Ensuring all safety equipment (e.g. dock restraint system) is in proper working condition

  • Verifying trailer seals

  • Confirming incoming and outgoing DSD delivery quantities


Requirements:



  • Strong interpersonal skills and an attention to detail required

  • Prior loss prevention experience helpful


Minimum Age Requirements:


Must be at least 18 years of age.


BJ's Wholesale Club is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity for all qualified team members and applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, ancestry, national origin, physical and/or mental disability, genetic information, atypical cellular or blood trait, marital and/or familial status, pregnancy, gender identity and expression, military or veteran status, or any other characteristics protected by applicable law.




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