City and Country - Operations Coordinator
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Wausau Daily Herald has a Part Time (20 hours a week) opening in our distribution department. Schedule will vary based on department needs, typical hours will be 11pm until 4:30am weekday and rotating weekends/holidays in our warehouse.
Duties include but are not limited to distributing papers to the newspaper carriers, delivering newspapers to subscribers on open routes, following up with newspaper carriers and customers regarding delivery, and clerical responsibilities.
Minimum requirements include: Valid drivers' license, must maintain state liability insurance, ability to lift up to 35lbs, and available to work third shift hours including early morning hours, weekends and holidays.
Apply online at www.indeed.com or call Terri with further details 715-845-0710
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