Jordan's Furniture

Warehouse Furniture Receiver

Job Location US-MA-East Taunton
Nights & Weekends Required
Work Schedule Days & Hours
Monday through Friday; 6 to 2:30 pm


Do you like a fast pace environment and physical work? Jordan's Furniture is seeking a Furniture Handler to work in our busy Receiving department.  J-team members work hard at what they do and they have fun while they do it.


Jordan's offers the following:

  • Stability - We are a financially stable company that is growing.
  • Longevity - The average tenure of our employees is an average of 10 years of service
  • Growth - The majority of our supervisors have been promoted from within
  • Employee Benefits - Health & Wellness Benefits, Paid Time Off (15 days in your first year), Employee Discount, Onsite Gym for our employees

Jordan’s Furniture is a leader in the furniture retail market. We are a growing, stable company that is built on family values. Attracting and retaining great employees is one of our top priorities. Anything is possible in terms of building a great career when you work for one of the most successful furniture companies. We value and respect our employees and want them to succeed. It's the key to our success.


The Furniture Handler receiving and putting away heavy furniture using a forklift. You must meet daily department goals. This is a very physical job. You need to be efficient; you need to be safe and you need to work quickly. The starting pay for this position is $14.50 per hour.


You must meet daily department goals and be able to lift up to 110 pounds. Working here requires a high school diploma or GED and passing of pre-employment screening.  No previous warehouse experience is required, we will train you!


If you're ready to make a difference in your career, we are interested in speaking with you! Jordan's Furniture is proud to offer a comprehensive benefits package to our employees.


Jordan’s Furniture is an Equal Opportunity Employer



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