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Shipping Clerk

D-J Engineering ( is an aerospace manufacturing company that takes pride in producing the industry’s most unique and hard to build structural parts and assemblies. We are a driven company that gets the job done. We are looking for self-starters that are eager and able to successfully tackle challenging projects.

We are looking to fill multiple Shipping Clerk positions.

Ship 2 clerk:

Responsible for processing finished parts to stock.

Pull parts from stock and properly package to ship to customers.

Forklift experience or willing to learn.

Attention to detail.

Ship 1 clerk:

Prepare and package parts to go to outside processing.

Ship parts to processors out of state.

Order packaging materials as needed.

Job stability and good attendance are a must.

Apply online or by emailing a resume or in person at 219 W 6th Ave in Augusta, KS

D-J Engineering, Inc. is an EOE company.

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