Shipping/Receivings Salaries in Missouri

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Job Postings

USD 38,270 /yr

Average Base Pay

Low Average High

Average annual salary:

USD 34,320

Lower end of salary range

USD 37,960

Average of salary range

USD 41,600

Higher end of salary range

Cities in Missouri with the Most Jobs for Shipping/Receivings

Here are the top 6 cities in Missouri with the most jobs for Shipping/Receivings and the average yearly salary in each:

CompTool's Squirrel includes 420 jobs postings for Shipping/Receivings in cities across Missouri.

Latest Shipping/Receivings Jobs

Discover the latest competitive salaries for Shipping/Receivings in Missouri.

Job Title Company Salary
Shipping and Receiving Material Handler Trident Talent Group USD 41,600
Shipping and Receiving 43 Auto Salvage USD 31,200
Shipping Receiving Clerk Veterans Of Foreign Wars Of The United States USD 31,200
Shipping And Receiving Clerk 20-30/hr Aerotek USD 52,000
Shipping And Receiving Clerk 20-30/hr Aerotek USD 52,000
STOCK CT- Shipping/Receiving - Part-Time WEG TRANSFORMERS USA USD 46,946
Entry Level Shipping and Receiving Coordinator Meyer Laboratory, Inc. USD 36,000
Shipping and Receiving Coordinator Hydromat, Inc. USD 43,368

Companies With Most Job Postings in Missouri For Shipping/Receivings

If you're looking for a diverse range of job opportunities, consider exploring positions at these companies, which have a significant number of Shipping/Receivings job postings in Missouri:

FAQs

Here are some frequently asked questions related to Shipping/Receivings job postings and salaries in Missouri:

Q What are the qualifications required for shipping/receiving job openings in Missouri?
A Qualifications for shipping/receiving jobs in Missouri typically include a high school diploma or GED, experience in warehousing or logistics, forklift operation certification, ability to lift heavy objects, basic computer skills, and good organizational skills. Some employers may also require a valid driver's license and a clean driving record.
Q What are the typical duties of a shipping/receiving clerk in Missouri?
A The typical duties of a shipping/receiving clerk in Missouri include loading and unloading shipments, inspecting and verifying incoming and outgoing products, managing inventory, preparing items for shipment, maintaining records of shipments and receipts, and ensuring that the workspace complies with safety regulations.
Q How can I find shipping/receiving job openings in Missouri?
A To find shipping/receiving job openings in Missouri, you can search on online job boards, visit company career pages, network with industry professionals, use staffing agencies specializing in logistics and warehousing, attend local job fairs, or consult the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations for current opportunities.
Q What factors affect shipping/receiving salaries in Missouri?
A Factors that affect shipping/receiving salaries in Missouri include the level of experience, education and certifications, the size and industry of the employer, geographic location within the state, as well as the level of demand for skilled workers in the area. Union membership and negotiation can also influence salary rates.

List of Job Postings for Shipping/Receivings in Missouri

Explore our extensive list of Shipping/Receivings job postings in Missouri. Whether you're seeking your first job or considering a career move, you'll find a diverse range of opportunities. Click on the job titles to access more details and application links.

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