MD Full Time Warehouse Order Selector

US-MD-Williamsport
Job ID
2016-3282
Category (Portal Searching)
Warehouse/Operations

Overview


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Supervision:


  • Reports to Warehouse Shift Supervisor
  • Work schedule is directed by the Warehouse Lead persons
  • Executes work under direction or established procedures 90% of the time.
  • Works independently setting priorities and work schedule 10% of the time.

Primary Purpose:
Use the material handling equipment and the warehouse management system to build pallets of product for shipment, receive product into the warehouse, put away product in the fill locations and replenish product into home slots.

Essential Duties:


  • Safely and efficiently utilize the warehouse material handling equipment
  • Utilize RF units and pick tickets, and receiving documentation.
  • Ability to build stable, well-built accurate pallet loads for shipment, understanding the pallet layers, heights, and counting methods used when working with pallets of product.
  • Read and understand product descriptions, packaging and pick ticket messages.
  • Ability to consistently meet established company production and service level standards.
  • Understanding of the operations clerk, order selector, and dock worker duties as they apply to the order selector position.
  • Utilize good housekeeping processes.
  • Utilize warehouse processes to minimize damage and other wastes.

Occasional Work Performed:


  • Inventory counting.
  • Temporary assignment to opposite warehouse.

Safety Responsibility:


  • Assumes responsibility for the workplace safety of self and co-workers, and for the safety conditions of the work location.

Working Conditions:


  • Temperature extremes: hot and humid temperatures and/or 5 below zero freezer temperature.
  • Night/weekend shift work.
  • Occasional overtime as necessary to meet production schedules.

Qualifications

Qualifications:


  • High School diploma or GED preferred.

  • Must meet minimum requirements on pre-employment testing, including physical ability tests.

  • Ability to lift up to 60 pounds continually during shift.

  • Ability to consistently meet minimum production standards and company service levels.

  • Must obtain Electric Pallet Jack and Narrow Aisle license and forklift certifications during initial training phase.

  • Sufficient vision and hearing necessary to operate powered equipment safely.

  • Basic ability to read, speak, and comprehend the English language

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