Night Operations clerk (Current Employee) – Laurel, MD 20723 – December 27, 2017
if you need money you can make it in coastal but only if you work as a selector you will get pay 1 dollar bonus each pallet you make that mean you can make up to 200 weekly bonus plus your regular rat which is 14 dollar per hour.
Manager (Current Employee) – Laurel, MD – June 19, 2017
Excellent place to work. Executive team really go to great lengths in order to care for all crew members and maintain a healthy working relationship. Executive team really supports the entire crew of managers and supervisors in order to make each department a positive place. I love the diversity and the way the company gives back to its crew members and invests in the company as well.
good experience and was able to learn a lot. •3 years of Forklift, Pallet Jack, Powered Industrial Equipment and Warehouse Experience Ability to work independently or part of a team in a fast paced environment • Inspected products to ensure high quality; no leaks, proper and accurate lot numbers, monitors and adjust weight control and ensured packages have correct labeling
Employees where fun hard working people, but it was all in who you know which determined who got good routes.. I learned to stay in contact with management when it came to matters of delivery, writting credits for damaged or missing items. The freedom that the job provided was unmeasurable.
A typical day at work involves managing as many as 20 tasks at a time while performing day to day duties. Must know how to prioritize assignments and how to ask the right questions. Management is full of years of experience in the produce industry, which helps learn the produce side of the business while maintaining the supply chain side and relationship based side. Great people to work with.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Maintenance – December 7, 2014
My typical day at Coastal was highly demanding and productive. I was responsible for three employees and weekend projects with contractors. I monitored the refrigeration and boilers system to ensure proper functioning. The best part of my job was ensuring the building was safe and properly functioning for business.
Coastal is home away from away. The employees are family. I never dreaded going to work. Their were a couple management issues, but they were resolved before I left. The company is growing. Coastal is very much community based.
Selector (Former Employee) – Savage, MD – March 26, 2014
The hours can be long as you have to work until the orders for the day are done. Management was a bit overbearing, albeit with good reasons, but ultimately reasonable. Working the night shift was difficult as far as socializing, studying, or activities beyond the job.