Restricted Property Specialist (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – 1 March 2018
I learned general warehouse operations, I was certified to operate a forklift, and I maintained my work space for cleanliness and safety. Management is helpful to complete all tasks. Hardest part of the job is simply showing up everyday at 6 am.
Class C driver/ warehouse specialists (Former Employee) – Tracy Army Depot, CA – 9 February 2018
Related Skills: I currently work for Liquidity Services as a warehouse specialist and am responsible for receipt and processing of daily scrap property referrals from DLA. Daily duties include; property inspection to ensure no hazardous materials are present, inspection of documentation (DD-1348) to verify correct procedures were followed, segregation of property by Scrap Classification Listing (SCL), mutilation requirements and DEMIL code, removal of scrap property using DLA Form 1367, verification of MPPEH property to ensure proper certifications are present, inspection of material handling equipment.
Agile Lead Technical Writer (Former Employee) – Frisco, TX – 29 January 2018
The typical daily tasks were standard such as meeting with SMEs and creating support materials. I liked working there. Many assignments were interesting and fast-paced. Good place to use your talent and improve skills.
Agile teams are smart and great people to work with.
The management could communicate the company's direction better.
Customer Support Representative (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – 13 January 2018
The company is going under. Departments rarely communicated making customer assistance difficult. Management rarely took escalated calls. No recognition for your work until your annual review. No advancement opportunities.
Work life balance. Wages. Benefits
Too many. No structure. Management. Lack of communication.
Senior Site Manager (Current Employee) – Tobyhanna Army Depot, Tobyhanna, PA – 20 December 2017
I've work with this company for 12 years. Hard work to get the job done. Not much overtime but I didn't need it. Some travel to help other sites but not anything that interfered with my normal life. Huge bonus at the end of the year based on my work. Some bonus throughout the year. The company recognizes birthdays and anniversaries. Lots of PTO accumulated and can use anytime. All in all Liquidity Services was a fun company to work with.
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – USA – 10 October 2017
Liquidity Services is a great place to work. The pay is average to above average of the local market. The only downside is that there is very limited opportunity for advancement outside of the role you are brought in for.
Most managers are on the younger side and will be around for a long time. I have yet to see a managerial role open up while being employed here for that reason. While this provides great stability it places a ceiling young talent.
Pit-Operator (Former Employee) – Plainfield, IN – 15 September 2017
its been over a year i cant really recall. I dont want to say to much since its been so long ago. I recall they had us load customer trucks outside in the dead of winter while driving forklifts in the snow. Not safe or fun. No heat in the building.
Warehouse Associate/ Quality control auditor (Former Employee) – Garland, TX – 23 August 2017
Keeping up with production numbers is pretty easy to do, you learn how to reset different electronics, and that comes in handy even in your personal life. Management was okay and the atmosphere was a mixture of ages and cultures. I was still considered a team player until I decided I wanted to learn how to operate a forklift and the manager was opposed to it.