General Maintenance Associates (GMAs) are responsible for maintenance and upkeep at our distribution centers.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the GMA’s job?
A GMA is responsible for maintenance at the distribution center. This includes equipment battery changes, painting, drywall repair, and general facility upkeep, but it does not involve contractor work, such as electrical.
Does a GMA need to be certified or trained in maintenance?
No formal training or certification is required, but a GMA needs an ability and interest in learning the everyday tasks.
Is the work schedule consistent?
Yes, a GMA has a consistent schedule that allows for planning time and activities outside of work.
Does a GMA use lift equipment or do major contractor work?
The GMA’s job does not involve major contractor work or using lift equipment.
Are there any overnight shifts?
Dependent on the building, there may be overnight shifts.
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