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Mountaineers Books, a non-profit outdoor books publisher, seeks a half-time Warehouse Associate beginning as soon as possible.

The ideal candidate is dependable and detail oriented. Experience with warehouse and fulfillment operations or shipping and receiving preferred, but not necessary. Retail experience or experience with inventory management or point of sale software preferred, but not necessary. High school diploma required, certificate or associate’s degree preferred.

Job Summary: Under the direction of the Distribution Center Supervisor, the Warehouse Associate will pick, pack, and ship orders for retailers, wholesalers, and consumers at our Harbor Island warehouse. Responsibilities also include receiving and restocking returns and assisting with inventory management and the maintenance of a neat and orderly warehouse.

Physical requirements: Repetitive heavy lifting and ability to stand for prolonged periods.

Job Type: Half-time, FLSA non-exempt

Pay: $18.00 per hour

Benefits: 401(k) match, flexible schedule, Mountaineers membership, and good work environment. The position is eligible for health and dental benefits if scheduled hours consistently exceed 30 hours per week (three-quarters time).

Warehouse associates are eligible for forklift training.

To Apply:

Please complete our application, including cover letter and resume in PDF format, and optionally share your demographic information online at:


Mountaineers Books is a 100% COVID vaccinated workplace.


Who We Are:

Beginning with the publication of Mountaineering: Freedom of the Hills in 1960, Mountaineers Books has been publishing books about human-powered recreation in the Pacific Northwest and beyond for over sixty years. As we approach the tenth edition of Freedom, our list has grown to encompass where-to and how-to guides, adventure narratives, natural histories, and conservation titles, including two consecutive Washington State Book Award winners with Arctic Solitaire in 2019 and The Big Thaw in 2020.

Mountaineers Books is a part of The Mountaineers, a Washington 501(c)3 with 14,000 members and a 115-year history here in the Northwest. Cultivating an inclusive staff is central to The Mountaineers focus on advancing equity. Our core values are Adventure, Advocacy, Community, Education, and Volunteerism, and we believe a diverse and inclusive environment inspires unity, respect, and passion for our work and one another. We’re interested in hearing from people who can work with colleagues of varied experience and background. The Mountaineers is an equal-opportunity employer, and candidates from all backgrounds are considered. As an organization that values equity and inclusion, we highly encourage people of color, women, LGBTQ individuals, and veterans to apply.