Mill Stores Jobs in Attleboro
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Mill Stores is currently accepting applications for a seasonal positions, in its North Dighton Warehouse. Positions are now available for general loading and receiving. Come join our unfinished team now! Please apply in person between 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. to Mill Stores, 455 Somerset Avenue, North Dighton, MA...
Mill Stores is currently accepting applications for a Shipping Coordinator in its North Dighton Distribution Center. Responsibilities include processing, pulling, and shipping packages for internet orders, as well as great communication skills. Position requires knowledge of Microsoft Office, UPS, Fedex, and similar programs, and a great attitude. Must be able to prioritize work load, and must be...
Mill Stores, New England’s largest unfinished furniture store is seeking an individual who can assist in creating, implementing, and coordinating our visual merchandising program throughout our fourteen locations in New England. We seek to improve our stores image to make our products visually attractive and appealing to our customers. The position requires that you be in one of our locations dail...
Mill Stores, New England's largest unfinished furniture store, is now accepting applications for a Closer, at our Canton, Massachusetts location. We are looking to grow our business. If you enjoy selling, and interaction with customers, then we want to talk to you! As a Closer, you must have previous retail experience. Flexible hours and weekends a must. Compensation includes salary, plus shed com...
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