Distribution Centers

We have distribution centers all across the country, and we’re adding even more. Jobs in our warehouses offer consistent schedules and competitive pay. As part of our growing supply chain, you’ll have opportunities to learn on the job and expand your career. Find out more about our warehouse jobs below.

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General Warehouse Associate
Warehouse associates keep products moving. They unload vendor trucks and move it with equipment like hand trucks, forklifts, and motorized conveyors before loading it for delivery.
General Office Associate
Office associates perform many tasks. Depending on the warehouse, some assistants do admin and clerical work, while in other warehouses, they are the main point of contact for customers, helping with orders and scheduling deliveries.
Driver/Driver Helper
Drivers and driver helper associates deliver products from our warehouses and stores directly to customers, making sure orders arrive safely and on time.
General Maintenance Associate
General maintenance associates handle the distribution center’s upkeep. This includes equipment battery changes, painting, and drywall repair.

It’s an exciting time to be in supply chain at The Home Depot. We’re transforming our network to make it faster and easier to get product to stores and customers, which means the sky is the limit for building a great career with us.
– Travis Lawrence, Vice President, Human Resources, Supply Chain

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Area Supervisor
Area supervisors are a manager-level associate who are in charge of helping inventory flow through the distribution centers and the day-to-day tasks of their GWAs.
Market Delivery Operations Manager
Market Delivery Operations (MDO) Managers support our stores and customers by running the MDO that handles all appliance orders in a local area.
Operations Manager
Operations Managers (OMs) are over multiple areas of a distribution center and ensure those areas are running efficiently and safely.
Assistant General Manager
An Assistant General Manager (AGM) is responsible for helping the General Manager (GM) by working with the OMs and Area Supervisors and to ensure orders are fulfilled quickly and efficiently.



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