Road Machinery LLC

Warehouse Associate

Road Machinery LLC
Category Laborer Type Full-time
Location Phoenix, Arizona View Website View website
Pay Rate Based on Experience
Category Laborer
Type Full-time
Location Phoenix, Arizona
View Website View website


Warehouse Associate Overview

Since 1955 Road Machinery has been committed to providing our customers with quality equipment and responsive service. We started out selling street sweepers, motor graders, and air compressors from our 7th Street, Phoenix, Arizona, location. Road Machinery now operates across Arizona and California, including world-class re-manufacturing facilities for Diesel Engines, Transmissions, Electrical Rotating Devices, and Hydraulic Cylinders.

Every employee at Road Machinery is critical to its success, and we’re always looking for smart, engaging, creative, and dynamic people who want to join a team where they matter.

Our goal is to exceed a client’s total expectation when they arrive at our dealership, so we realize we must first provide that level of investment to our employees through continual training, career development, and opportunities for growth. That is why we’re proud to offer our staff members a comprehensive benefits package, competitive compensation plans, and abounding avenues to grow your career with us!

What We Offer

Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
Bonus Plan
401(k) Savings Plan

Essential Duties

  • Prepares orders by processing requests and supply orders; pulling materials; packing boxes; placing orders in the delivery area.
  • Completes deliveries by driving trucks to and from customers.
  • Maintains inventory controls by collecting stock location orders and printing requests.
  • Maintains quality service by following organization standards.
  • Maintains a safe and clean work environment by keeping shelves, pallet area, and workstations neat; maintaining a clean shipping supply area; complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
  • Will assist other parts counter salespeople when needed.


  • Organizational Skills: A Warehouse Associate needs to have strong organizational skills to manage inventory, keep track of products, and ensure that orders are fulfilled accurately and on time. They need to be able to organize products in a way that makes sense so they are easily accessible when needed. This includes keeping track of inventory levels and monitoring for any discrepancies or changes. Additionally, they need to be able to prioritize tasks and manage their time effectively to meet deadlines.
  • Attention to Detail: Attention to detail is essential for a Warehouse Associate. They need to be able to identify and track products accurately, ensuring that products are stored in the correct location and that orders are fulfilled correctly. They need to be able to identify any discrepancies or errors and take steps to rectify them before they become bigger problems. Additionally, they need to be able to recognize when products are damaged or defective and take steps to ensure that they are not shipped to customers.
  • Physical Stamina: A Warehouse Associate needs to have the physical stamina to perform tasks that require lifting, carrying, and moving heavy boxes and products. They need to be able to stand and walk for long periods, often in a fast-paced environment. Additionally, they need to be able to work in varying temperatures and sometimes noisy and busy environments. Having physical stamina allows warehouse associates to complete their work effectively and efficiently while maintaining their own health and safety.


  • Experience with Komatsu Equipment preferred.
  • Valid State Driver’s License and acceptable driving record.
  • Must successfully pass a criminal background check and drug screen.
  • Prior Heavy Equipment Dealer experience preferred.
  • Computer proficiency
  • Inventory control

Opportunity Start Here. We offer a vibrant, family-friendly culture, as well as generous benefits. Apply today.

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In the dirt world, this is where it all starts. As a laborer, you do exactly as the job title suggests whether it be rigging pipe, shoveling rock, sweeping sidewalks, or supporting the overall operation however you can. Machines do a lot of the work, but we still rely on hardworking people to do the last and often most important 5-10%. Regardless of where you aspire to be later in your career, this is the best place to start.

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