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Under the direction of the Warehouse Supervisor, operates a forklift to unload and load drums, pallets and other materials required for the production process or movement of finished product. Using basic skills in reading, writing, and math; the forklift operator coordinates tallies and organizes production materials or finished product.
EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Provides and moves required materials for production or for distribution, including finished product, drums of concentrate, can pallets, waste containers, shrink wrap, pallets of lids, cardboard trays, chain lubrication and glue.
Receives product via several means from manufacturing and moves to designated stocking locations by forklift operation with prescribed handling methods for product type and size.
Checks operational component of forklift daily to ensure it is functioning properly.
RF Scans product for name, size and code number for orders and inventory (if applicable).
Picks product from stocking location - handling cases as needed.
Organizes the delivery of production material daily by checking supplies of cans, shrink wrap, lids, trays, etc (if applicable).
May cut straps and remove plastic shrink-wrap on pallets.
Removes cardboard tops, empty pallets and stacks in empty trailer. Records the number of each item on the prescribed log sheet.
Able to use the warehouse management computer program to organize loads/unloads and locations of each (if applicable).
Report immediately to your supervisor all conditions that may pose a risk to product food safety and/or quality.
Food Safety is Everyone's Responsibility.
Operates forklift safely.
Participates in Warehouse and Plant Housekeeping and performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum 2+ years experience as a sitdown Forklift Driver in a high volume, fast paced manufacturing environment.
Minimum 2+ years of utilizing RF scanning equipment.
High School Diploma or GED
Ability to learn a variety of warehouse management software.
Strong Math Skills
Ability to cycle count and participate in inventory.
Food Manufacturing Experience a plus.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:
Ability to safely operate a sitdown Forklift
Bending, stooping, reaching and climbing.
Lifting up to 50 lbs.
Good eye, hand and foot coordination.
Reading basic instructions, safety requirements, and lists.
Writing/documenting to tally and organize production materials.
All employees are responsible for compliance with the accident prevention safety compliance programs.
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