Amazon continues to roll along on the path to becoming New Jersey’s largest private-sector employer, announcing yet another new delivery station has opened in the Garden State.
The station in Carlstadt is the fourth station to open for business in September, following on the heels of two opening in August. The 231,000-square-foot facility at 118 Moonachie Ave. will create more than 300 full- and part-time associate jobs, all paying at least $15.75 per hour.
“As mayor, it is my pleasure to welcome Amazon to the Carlstadt business community, and offer my congratulations on the opening of their newest delivery station,” Mayor Bob Zimmerman said in a prepared statement. “As a corporate neighbor, Amazon is unmatched in the industry with regard to the creation of jobs and growing the local economy. Moving forward, we are excited to form our new local alliance with Amazon.”
Driver opportunities with both Amazon Delivery Service Partners and as Amazon Flex drivers are also available.
The stations receive packages from Amazon fulfillment centers and load them onto vehicles for delivery to customers.
In celebration of the Carlstadt opening, Amazon donated personal protective equipment and snacks to the Carlstadt Fire Department.
Read more from ROI-NJ on the recent station openings:
- Amazon opens Avenel delivery station — third such debut in September
- Amazon earns praise from Baraka after opening delivery station (with 100+ jobs) in Newark
- Amazon opens West Caldwell delivery station, anticipating creation of 130-plus jobs
- Amazon opens new delivery station in Logan Twp.
- Amazon to open new delivery station in Kearny