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All about Sony Warehouse

Sony is a household name that is internationally known for its consumer and professional products in gaming, electronics, and entertainment. Initially, Sony was established in 1946 by Masaru Ibuka, who started an electronic shop in Tokyo. From there, he joined in partnership with another colleague where their business continued to grow. They have developed themselves as one of the Fortune Global 500, ranking in at 116th place. This Japanese-based corporation is based worldwide and sony logo

offers a wide variety of career opportunities to those interested in developing a career with them. Let’s take a close look at some of the career opportunities in the distribution department.

Opportunities available at Sony Warehouse

As a Forklift Operator, you’re responsible for preparing shipments in a timely manner, replenishing loads and maintaining the organization and functionality of the warehouse. For this position, you need a high school diploma or GED, certification in forklift operation with a minimum of 2 years experience in the related field. You will also need a strong comprehension of math and problem solving.

As a Warehouse Supervisor, you’re responsible for controlling and overlooking at activities that take place within the warehouse. You will assist team members and maintain a professional and safe working environment. If you have a keen eye for organization and have strong communication skills, then this position is ideal for you. This position requires you to have a high school diploma or GED and/or a Bachelor’s degree. Additional experience in distribution is preferred, as well as the ability to lift heavy objects as heavy as 75 lbs.

Tips to help you get the job

Now that you know some of the opportunities available at Sony, go online and look up available positions at However, before applying here are some helpful tips to help land you that job.

Take the time to research the positions you’re interested in. It’s important to understand what the position requires and if you feel that that’s something you’d like to do. Also, make sure that the position suits your lifestyle. Do you like shift work? Working with heavy equipment? Prefer distribution environments? Do you work on weekends? Make sure you know what you’re looking for in terms of job structure.

Also, make sure to read the requirements necessary for the position. If you don’t have the requirements see if the company offers to train or if the certification is obtainable during the interview process.

Be open and honest. It’s much easier to be honest on your CV. If you make it to an interview, be honest about yourself – your strengths and weaknesses. Everyone has them, and they will find them out sooner or later. So get online and apply! Good luck!