Hourly Manufacturing or Warehouse Jobs

With the rise in popularity of quick shipping times and convenient online deliveries, warehouses have become more necessary than ever. As a result, warehouses are ubiquitous today and employ many types of professionals within the warehousing industry. These workers fill the manufacturing or warehouse jobs necessary for making quick and easy deliveries possible and act in physical labor positions that generally require physical fitness and agility. Therefore, carrying out proper warehouse staffing procedures is vital to finding qualified workers that can successfully support warehouse operations. Read on to learn more about hourly manufacturing positions and warehouse jobs.

Common Manufacturing Positions

Within the warehouse and manufacturing sectors are various available employment positions. The following are just a few examples of the industrial jobs and roles that a worker may possess within the manufacturing industry:

Assembly Line Worker

Assembly line workers help with the manufacturing process. They work in mass production assembly lines in a factory or warehouse production floor. Additionally, assembly line workers assemble the products their employer company produces for customers. They may also be tasked with managing inventory within the workspace. These workers should be able to use the tools necessary to complete their assigned tasks. Additionally, assembly line workers must uphold occupational safety and health practices to ensure safety for themselves and the other worksite staff members.

According to Payscale.com, the medium hourly salary for assembly line workers in 2022 is $14.63.

Production Staff

The production staff includes workforce team members who work on the production line and conduct manufacturing work. They are responsible for helping production occur regularly as planned by maintaining operations and checking the quality of the products throughout each stage of its manufacturing. These individuals are also tasked with handling the production site machinery, storing materials and products within the warehouse, and assembling packages for shipping. Packers are members of the production staff who prepare products for packaging and shipment. Production staff members should be able to use lifting equipment and forklift trucks to carry out production and manufacturing processes. Production staff candidates should be able to carry out repetitive and continuous tasks and have optimal teamwork and safety skills.

According to Payscale.com, the medium hourly salary for production staff members in 2022 is $14.30.

Other

 

Of course, there are various other manufacturing or warehouse jobs in addition to assembly line workers and production staff members. For example, hospitality staff members may also be hired within warehouse and production environments to perform cleaning and related tasks. Unlike in other hospitality jobs, cleaners within the warehouse manufacturing space will need to be able to clean large environments and equipment used within the production process during their shifts. General labor positions may also fall within the assembly line or production work. General laborers can take on tasks and responsibilities that are less specific than those held by assembly line workers or production staff members. General laborers working within warehouse and production environments are generally responsible for completing tasks within the workplace as assigned by the managers or supervisors on duty during their shifts.

 

 

Hourly Manufacturing Jobs – Adia Locations 

Adia’s on-demand staffing platform is currently hiring hourly workers in the manufacturing sector in locations across the country. Some of the areas that contain factory jobs hiring through Adia’s on-demand staffing platform include:

 

Atlanta Staffing

Austin Staffing

Chicago Staffing

Cincinnati Staffing

Cleveland Staffing

Columbus Staffing

Dallas Staffing

Denver Staffing

Detroit Staffing

Edison Staffing

Fort Worth Staffing

Houston Staffing

Indianapolis Staffing

Jacksonville Staffing

Los Angeles Staffing

Louisville Staffing

Miami Staffing

New York City Staffing

New Orleans Staffing

Norfolk Staffing

Orlando Staffing

Philadelphia Staffing

Phoenix Staffing

Portland Staffing

San Antonio Staffing

San Diego Staffing

Seattle Staffing

Tucson Staffing

The locations that Adia is staffing within are subject to change, so keep an eye out and check in later if your area is not currently on the list!

Common Warehouse Positions

In the warehouse job sector, there are various associate positions available. Read on to learn more about some of the industrial work positions that exist within the warehouse sector.

Warehouse Worker

Warehouse workers are responsible for processing, storing, and loading orders or products. Generally, these professionals oversee all the tasks involved with receiving and preparing products for dispatching, which can include gathering products, arranging goods, packing orders, and more. A packer within a warehouse may also be classified as a warehouse worker. Warehouse workers should be team players and be able to work and communicate well with other warehouse team members and associates on the warehouse floor. They should also possess good organizational skills and an eye for detail. For more information about staffing for warehouse workers, take a look at our Warehouse Worker Job Description and Template resource!

According to Payscale.com, the medium hourly salary for warehouse workers in 2022 is $14.88.

Lift Operator

A lift operator works within a warehouse and is responsible for safely operating forklifts. These professionals will be required to use forklifts to transfer product pallets to the loading dock. Their additional duties may involve shrink wrapping pallets to prepare them for transport and delivery, gathering products, and arranging products on pallets. Lift operators should be physically able to walk or stand for long periods of time throughout their shifts and lift up to 50 pounds of weight. Lift operators may also be required to possess a valid forklift driver’s permit and should be able to follow all safety protocols for their work positions.

According to Payscale.com, the medium hourly wage for lift operator staff members in 2022 is $15.43.

Loader Unloader

Loader/Unloaders are members of the warehouse staff that help load and unload products between the warehouse building and the delivery trucks. This position is also sometimes referred to as a router. These professionals also receive finished products from other locations, unload them, and place them en route for delivery or storage. They may also be responsible for ensuring the warehouse worksite’s cleanliness, organization, and safety. Qualified loader/unloader candidates should possess a solid dedication to safety and be able to meet the physical requirements of the position.

According to Payscale.com, the medium hourly wage for loader/unloader staff members in 2022 is $14.73.

Stocking Associate

Stocking associates are warehouse staff members who stock shelves with products or materials. This position may involve moving inventory between locations, sorting and labeling products, taking inventory, unloading trucks, and assisting fellow warehouse workers. In addition, stocking associates should be able to pick up boxes and other heavy objects weighing more than 25 pounds.

According to Payscale.com, the medium hourly salary for stocking associate staff members in 2022 is $11.73.

Other

In addition to the previously mentioned positions, other workers and associate staff members also exist that contribute to warehouse operations. For example, Adia hires general laborers and cleaning staff to work in warehouses. These staff members can work within warehouse locations to assist in the cleanliness of the workspace and provide extra support to the warehouse team members during their shifts. These jobs take place within the warehouse environment and would require tasks specific to their location, which sets them apart from general labor and cleaning jobs in other sectors.

Hourly Warehouse Jobs – Adia Locations

Adia’s on-demand staffing platform is currently hiring hourly workers and associates in the warehouse job sector in locations across the country, including:

 

Atlanta Staffing

Austin Staffing

Chicago Staffing

Cincinnati Staffing

Cleveland Staffing

Columbus Staffing

Dallas Staffing

Denver Staffing

Detroit Staffing

Edison Staffing

Fort Worth Staffing

Houston Staffing

Indianapolis Staffing

Jacksonville Staffing

Los Angeles Staffing

Louisville Staffing

Miami Staffing

New York City Staffing

New Orleans Staffing

Norfolk Staffing

Orlando Staffing

Philadelphia Staffing

Phoenix Staffing

Portland Staffing

San Antonio Staffing

San Diego Staffing

Seattle Staffing

Tucson Staffing

The locations that Adia is hiring within are subject to change, so keep an eye out and check in later if your area is not currently on the list!

Looking to Hire Hourly Manufacturing or Warehouse Workers? 

Adia’s on-demand staffing service is the best way to find qualified workers to fill your open manufacturing or warehouse jobs. What sets Adia apart from any other manufacturing staffing agency is that we can quickly help you find the best staff member for your manufacturing or warehouse jobs. Visit Adia’s staffing platform to view all of the talented and reliable workers available within your area to fill your open roles today!

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