Document Service Specialist
Corporate Tools is hiring a Document Service Specialist to help process our mail. You will be a logistical solution to hundreds of thousands of businesses throughout the US.
You not only manage the document flow locally, but for our office locations in each state. You will organize, sort, and check for accuracy, as well as quickly ship mission critical documents throughout the world.
If you are looking for a long term job where life and work balance meets, this could be your perfect position. Many of our specialists enjoy coming to a stress free job, doing their work with a high level of accuracy, and leaving work to enjoy all the great reasons people live in the Inland Northwest.
$12 an hour
- 100% employer-paid medical, dental and vision for employees
- Annual cost of living increase
- Annual review with 0-5% raise option
- 18 days Paid Time Off
- 4 paid holidays off of your choosing
- Paid Maternity and Paternity Leave
- Direct Deposit
- Simple IRA with 3% retirement contribution match starts day 1
- Creative environment where you can make a difference
- No dumb benefits like free dog walking on the weekends that snobby hipster places have to make you feel cool, but mathematically won't cost the company much money because you won't use it.
- Trail Mix Bar --- oh yeah.
- Opening, scanning, and re-shipping large amounts of mail every day
- Checking and fixing logistics of documents being shipped throughout the US
- Helping customer service when needed
- Data entry
- Clean background check
- Organizational skills
Why you might like this job:
You find it deplorable that your friends or family members leave stacks of mail sitting on their countertops. You find it rewarding to put an envelope or letter in the shredder or trash can after you’ve dealt with it. You organize important documents in folders in file cabinets or a safe deposit box, instead of a stack on your desk in order of when you received it. You spend a half hour cooking an amazing meal, but you clean your dishes and cooking pans while your food goes cold and your family yells at you. The few times, you’ve tried leaving the mess for after the meal, you just don’t find dinner as enjoyable. You find it rewarding to finish things and end the day on a clean note.