General Warehouse Position

Our global research platform is designed to help our clients manage political risk across markets and borders.
The analysts in our practice groups assess and forecast how political, social, economic, and security developments in specific countries can affect investors, multinationals, and policymakers around the world.
Job DescriptionThe ideal candidate must be responsible, dependable and be able to provide general facility support functions, including loading and unloading trailers.
You must have excellent listening skills and the ability to work independently or with a team.
In this role, you can demonstrate your customer service skills.
Commitment to safety policies and procedures.
Offloading and loading of stock on trailers within floor locations.
Ability to work independently and with a team.
Excellent listening skills.
Perform additional functions that may be assigned at the discretion of management.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Physical Requirements:
Lift, lower, push and pull all sizes of furniture up to and in excess of 100 lbs.
Safely lift stock on to warehouse equipment.
Our regional research practice groups--Africa, Asia, Eurasia, Europe, Latin America and Middle East & North Africa--are enriched by close collaboration with our Global Energy & Natural Resources and Comparative Analytics practice groups.
Analysts in the Global Energy & Natural Resources group work with those in the regional groups to provide comprehensive coverage of energy and commodities markets, while our Comparative Analytics team develops quantitative methodologies and leads our coverage of international and transnational issues.
Our research analysts are trained social scientists with post-graduate degrees, extensive professional experience, and a diverse range of language capabilities.
Headquartered in New York, we also have offices in Washington and London, as well as a vast network of experts around the world who provide real-time information from the field.

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