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Warehouse Associate

Hi-Health is currently recruiting for a full-time Warehouse Associate at our Corporate Headquarters in the Scottsdale Airpark!   If you enjoy working in a positive team environment loading and unloading trucks, stocking product, picking product, and various inventory duties in an air conditioned facility, please complete our short application to join our team!    $12.00 to $13.00/hour based on forklift certification.


  • Initiative: Self-starter, gets involved quickly, takes on difficult tasks with enthusiasm
  • Energy: Maintain a high /productivity level
  • Safety: Practices safe working habits at all times
  • Team Work: Work well in a group; oriented towards the good of the whole
  • Mechanical ability and understanding is required to grasp general warehouse equipment (loaders etc.)

Job Requirements

  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Basic math and computer skills
  • Previous warehouse experience preferred
  • Forklift Operation (stand up) certified preferred

Physical Requirements

  • Push/Pull: Frequently using both hands and arms while moving product via manual pallets/carts exerting a force between 15-50 lbs.
  • Standing/Walking: Occasionally bending at waist 30-45 degrees while loading and unloading pallets. Must be able to stand for 8 hours per day.
  • Lifting/Carrying: Occasionally lift/carry 10-50 lbs. of product to re-position on pallet or shelf.

Primary Duties:

  • Shipping and receiving of product
  • Stock product in overhead bins
  • Picking and packing of product
  • Deliver/retrieve appropriate material/pallet loads to/from work stations and warehouse locations to maintain workflow and organization
  • Scanning inventory into computer system
  • Accurately and efficiently load product onto trucks


  • Medical, dental, vision and life insurance
  • HSA (Health Savings Account)
  • Short term and long term disability insurance
  • Paid time off for holidays, vacation, and sick time
  • 401(K) plan with company match

Company Overview:

Hi-Health's mission is to thoughtfully and responsibly elevate the health and well-being of our guests, employees and communities. In pursuit of our mission Hi-Health aspires:

  • To welcome, please, inspire & nourish our guests.
  • To deliver the best products and ingredients for a healthy life.
  • To enable our guests to explore, discover and experience healthy opportunities.
  • To demonstrate excellence and exceptional customer service.
  • To associate and collaborate with partners that support and contribute to our missions and goals.
  • To empower our team members to learn, progress, succeed and thrive.
  • To perpetually improve, innovate and adapt.
  • To create consistent financial growth and long-term profitability.


All candidates who receive a conditional written offer of employment will be required to undergo background checks in accordance with the Company’s established guidelines.

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