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Opportunity for a student to work on a part time basis in a warehouse environment. The student will be responsible for the movement of materials and equipment at the Wilmington (MA) warehouse. In addition, the individual will be working on a project involving records management and the assembly, organization, and final disposition of archived documents.
Candidate must be enrolled in an undergraduate degree program. Will need to be familiar with Microsoft Outlook (Email), Excel. Must be able to walk for long periods throughout the day. Individual will need to be energetic, outgoing, and able to work independently. Must be able to work quietly, and pay strict attention to detail. Student will be required to carry out direction on standard work assignments from Property Office personnel.