Loader Operator
Copart 62 reviews - Brookhaven, NY

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Job Description:
The Forklift/Loader Operator is responsible for the
proper care and operation of yard equipment such as
forklifts and loaders and for maintaining a safe working
Essential Functions
  • Ensures equipment is maintained according to company
standards and customer contracts
  • Operates company equipment safely
  • Assists with the maintenance of company equipment
and vehicles
  • Records vehicle information accurately and legibly
  • Operates digital camera or other basic vehicle
documentation and tracking devices
  • Sets up yard for auctions within company timelines
  • Provides service to customers as needed
  • Maintains a positive and professional demeanor
  • Follows yard guidelines to maintain a safe working
environment (i.e. speed limits, etc.)
  • Must be able to load and unload vehicles as required
  • Must be able to pass training and safety
  • Performs other duties as assigned
Job Requirements:
Minimum Qualifications
  • At least two years of work experience, preferably in
an outdoor environment
  • One year of loader or forklift experience,
certification preferred
  • Excellent customer service attitude and skills
  • Proficient written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to operate basic equipment
  • Must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Occasional O.T. as needed
  • Must be able to pass a drug test
  • HS diploma or GED preferred
The best reasons to work for Copart:
  • Stable company. In business 26 years.
  • Business Week's Top 100 Small Companies list.
  • Forbes Magazine's 200 Best Small Businesses last
nine years.
  • Exciting Technology.
  • Business casual dress.
  • Nice people - great work environment!
Req. Code : Loader Operator - Yard 30
Division/Department : Yard
% of Travel Required : None

About this company
62 reviews
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