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Facilities/inventory Manager


We are searching for a select individual to join our team in the following areas:

  • Dallas/Fort Worth


To apply you will have to have a successful background in Facilities/Inventory Management.

Job Responsibilities and Duties

  • Manage company inventory
  • Prepare outgoing loads
  • Receive and verify incoming loads
  • Order and maintain supplies for shop/production
  • Organize and maintain clean and safe warehouse
  • Maintain production equipment
  • Assist production manager with various duties

Job Requirements

  • Must be forklift certified
  • Current driver’s license
  • Computer skills necessary


This is a full-time position for the right person and offers an opportunity to be part of a team that understands the value of great products and excellent customer service. We offer a full benefit package including:

  • Professional Hands-on Training
  • Company iPhone
  • Company Laptop
  • Access to Health and Dental Insurance
  • 401K

Company Background

Ram Jack is the innovative leader of the foundation repair and support industry. Ram Jack has 40+ years of experience engineering, restoring, and/or supporting the foundations of residential and commercial structures. We are part of an international franchise group of 50+ with Dealers located throughout North America.

Ram Jack manufactures its own products in Ada, Oklahoma, using only American made steel from production to installation. Ram Jack piles are warranted for the life of the structure and are backed by a National Warranty Trust to provide a second layer of protection to our clients. We were the first foundation repair company in North America to receive ICC-ES recognition of our products and now, four years later, only two other companies have received this prestigious recognition.


Interested applicants, please send resume to

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