HEB (Here Everything’s Better) is an American supermarket chain that is based in San Antonio, Texas. Working for HEB, you will be working for one of the largest supermarket chain in southern US, having more than 315 stores throughout Texas. If you live in the state of Texas and want to work in a HEB distribution center, this article will guide you on the kind of jobs available and the information you need to know to get a job at a HEB Distribution center.
Company History -
HEB was founded on November 26, 1905 by Florence Butt. Florence Butt opened the CC Butt Grocery Store on the ground floor of her home in Kerrville, Texas. Howard Edward Butt, the youngest son of Florence Butt, took over the store when he returned from World War I in the year 1919. Howard’s initial attempts at expansion of the store in Central Texas failed. In 1927, Howard successfully launched a second store in Del Rio, Texas. Charles Butt, the son of Howard Butt became the president of the company in 1971. To this day, Charles Butt is the chairman and CEO of HEB.
What kind of Distribution Center jobs are available at HEB?
You can get employed as a distribution partner at a HEB distribution center. As a distribution partner, you will be required to carry out several tasks such as -
Order Selection – Select orders for shipment in a clean and organized manner. Also, mark/tag orders with shipment information.
Forklift Operation – Complete the tasks on a forklift in a clean and organized manner. The candidate will put up or bring down the products from assigned slots.
Stocking – Open master cases, verify the product against assigned location and fill selection lanes for pick-to-light selection.
You can also get a job of a trainer. As a trainer, you will be required to train people to perform order selection and forklift operation.
For the these jobs, you will be required to have a high school diploma or equivalent, strong verbal and written communication skills and bi-lingual language skills are a plus. The candidate must be able to lift up to 60 lbs for the duration of the shift, must be capable of working at either a hot or extremely cold environment for the duration of the shift.
The warehouses for HEB are located in the following cities of Texas :
How to get a distribution center job at HEB?
To apply online for a distribution center job at HEB, go to www.heb.com. Go to the bottom part of the page and click on “Careers”. This will open up the careers page. Once in the careers page, on the left side you’ll see several options to choose, one of which is MWT jobs. That’s what we want. MWT stands for Manufacturing, Warehouse and Transportation jobs. Click on it. Once you click on it, a page listing various kinds of jobs under Manufacturing, Warehousing and Transportation division will be displayed. At the end of the page, click on “Search for supply chain job opportunities”. Once you click on it, you will be taken to a new page listing all the available jobs. To look for warehouse jobs, check the ‘Department’ column on the top. Right next to a warehouse job, it will say “WAREHOUSE”. If you choose to apply for a listed job, click on the job title. Once you click on a job title, you will be taken to the page displaying all the requirements and responsibilities for the job. You can apply for that job by clicking on “Apply to job” button at the top of the page. It will take you to login page. If you don’t have a login, click on “Create a login”. Once you register, you can apply for jobs using that login.
Below are some pointers that might be useful to get a distribution center job at HEB -
- The average salary for a warehouse distribution partner at HEB is $16.50/hr and the minimum salary, as stated on their job application page, is $14.
- The average salary for an order selector is $15.05 and the minimum pay is $12.85.
- Sample interview question – “Can you describe a time in the past when you were able to maintain focus on a task while being distracted?”
- Sample interview question – “Tell me of a time when you went above and beyond for one of your co-workers.”
- Sample interview question – “What job would you NOT like to see yourself doing?“
- Sample interview question – “In one word, state the most important part of ‘teamwork’.”
That was the information on HEB distribution center jobs. The salary is better than most grocery chains, the employee satisfaction is very good and 92% approve of the C.E.O Charles C. Butt, which is excellent. The company provides health benefits, incentive programs, employee discounts (Employees get 10% discount on all HEB brand products) and competitive pay. The employees largely have good things to say about working at HEB, which is not surprising considering that 92% of them approve of the C.E.O Charles Butt. HEB is a great choice if you wish to work at a distribution center of a grocery chain and if you reside in Southern United States.