Fun, learning experience, good pay and great hours.
Pros: good pay, all the hours i could want, and overtime, and good people
Cons: break times was shorter than i expected, and commute was to far.
I would get to work and clock in, after that I would go to the main office and get my "Gladiator" wrist scanning device, and Mic, so i could communicate with the office in the warehouse. I would then go up to my section of the warehouse that was located on the third floor, and pull boxes off the conveyor belt, I would find a place for the boxes on the shelves and scan the box and what shelf I put the box on into my gladiator. When I finished with that I would check my gladiator scanning device to see what boxes need to go on the conveyor belt down to shipping, find the boxes, scan them to let the office know they were on their way, place them on my cart. As soon as my cart was filled I would quickly take the cart to the conveyor belt, and unload the boxes onto the outbound line. If I finished doing all of that and had nothing else to do I would use my mic to ask if where I should start cycle counting, they would tell me where in the warehouse they wanted me to start and I would go there, set my gladiator scanner to cycle count and begin scanning the boxes and what shelves they were on, in order, so the office could get a accurate display of where the boxes are located.
It was a great job that I would be very interested in doing again, as the people were great to me and taught me a lot about how a warehouse works. The hardest part of the job was the commute from Vancouver WA to Portland OR. The best part of the job was the satisfaction of a hard days work, and a job well done.