The Fork Truck Driver is responsible for moving materials, loading/unloading of materials onto or from vehicles utilizing a various fork trucks and other heavy material handling equipment.
The Forklift Driver can be responsible for receiving, storing, picking, verification, shipping and other various duties as assigned to ensure the full and efficient operation of the factory.
- Use material handling (MH) equipment to unload incoming materials from trailers.
- Duties may include receiving, checking and storing
- Use MH Equipment to move and store materials within the warehouse.
- Use MH Equipment to pick, verify and pack orders according to standard practice.
- Use MH Equipment or other designated means to load goods into trailers or other designated transport vehicles.
- Works from pick sheet to pull product or supplies
- Works from pick sheet to pull product or supplies (I.e Coolers, Engines, Vessels, etc.).
- Check orders against pull sheets
- May be required to lift up to 50 pounds.
- May also include palletizing and shrink-wrap
- Problem solving & decision making skills
- Employee will be expected to follow procedures introduced via on the job training.
- Elevating potential situations to the next level of supervision when required.
- Identify and correct mistakes/inconsistencies when receiving/completing paperwork
- Minimum of 5 years of experience in opreating a fork truck and/or other heavy equipment
- Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly (Constantly: activity or condition exists 2/3 or more of the time) to move objects. Physical demand requirements are in excess of those for Sedentary Work. Even though the weight lifted may be only a negligible amount, a job should be rated Light Work: (1) when it requires walking or standing to a significant degree; or (2) when it requires sitting most of the time but entails pushing and/or pulling of arm or leg controls; and/or (3) when the job requires working at a production rate pace entailing the constant pushing and/or pulling of materials even though the weight of those materials is negligible. NOTE: The constant stress and strain of maintaining a production rate pace, especially in an industrial setting, can be and is physically demanding of a worker even though the amount of force exerted is negligible.
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