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Warehouse Assistant/ Landscaper

Welcome to TUDI Mechanical Warehouse Operations Department.

Our approach is unique and our team is committed to making a difference.  At TUDI, employee satisfaction is as important as customer satisfaction.


Job Title:

Warehouse Assistant/ Landscaper

Warehouse Responsibilities: 

  • Receiving / Storage
    • Help process all incoming paperwork through DocuWare.
    • Properly store incoming material.
    • Accurately tag items and store in proper location.
    • Update systems with pertinent information.
    • Unload filters.
  • Loading / Staging
    • Help drivers load & unload trucks.
    • Properly stage outgoing material.
  • Facility Management
    • Maintain warehouse vehicles, trailers & equipment.
      • Clean vehicles every other week.
    • Keep warehouse organized and clean
  • Keep surrounding facility clean & properly maintained.
    • Cut grass and weed around facilities.
    • Maintain walkways during snowfall (salt if necessary).
    • Check & replace lights around building bi-weekly.
  • Misc. facility management
    • Help with basic repairs.
    • Help manage Tools & Inventory (Maintain refrigerant logs).
  • Help setup for events special office events.
  • Fill in as a driver when necessary.

Landscaper Responsibilities:

  • Operate push or riding lawnmowers; may operate heavier tractor equipment if needed.
  • Upkeep of plants and lawn:
    • Spread fertilizer, plant food, mulch, and other materials around plants.
    • Remove weeds and dead plants; prune overgrown limbs and leaves.
  • Operate string trimmer and edger to remove overgrowth and keep outdoor area tidy.
  • Rake fallen leaves and remove debris.
  • Operate heavier snow blowers or other equipment as needed.
  • Oversee maintenance repairs to equipment, landscape structures, and hardscape walkways.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Must be able to operate lawn maintenance equipment such as lawnmower, leaf blowers, hedge trimmers, etc.
  • Previous experience in Landscaping or Groundskeeping a plus.
  • Experience with Material Handling Equipment including Forklift, Pallet Jack, etc.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Ability to physically stand, bend, squat, and lift up to 40 pounds.


  • High school degree or equivalent educational experience
  • 2+ years’ experience in a warehouse environment (picking, packing/distribution)
  • Must pass background check
  • Strong customer service skills

Compensation & Benefits:

  • Very Competitive Wages Based on Experience
  • 100% Company Paid Medical Coverage
  • 401K with Company Match
  • Company Performance Bonus

TUDI Mechanical Systems, Inc. has been repeatedly voted among the Top Workplaces in the Pittsburgh area by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Founded in 1987, TUDI has evolved into the premier mechanical contractor solution in the Pittsburgh and Tampa markets.  Our business philosophy and strategic initiatives consistently produce double-digit growth.

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