The Asset/Equipment Mover is responsible for loading and unloading equipment from trucks; organizing, and, replenishing stock, accurately selecting, checking and loading freezers to support the demand of daily sales orders, in a safe and efficient manner.
JOB ESSENTIALS/ ATTRIBUTES:
- Accurate freezer order picking.
- Equipment truck loading and maintaining an orderly, safe and clean work environment.
- 'Work within a group/team of fellow employees.
- Operate Hi-Reach forklift, standard forklift, pallet jacks, tugger, and drives trucks in/out of truck bays at Warehouse.
- Ensure that all freezers, materials, and supplies are properly received, inspected, stored, and loaded in compliance with Warehouse principles.
- Perform clean-up of Warehouse and yard areas.
- Must perform all safety practices and procedures as set forth by the Company.
- Must be adaptable in flexibility to perform work within changing priorities and possess sufficient interpersonal skill to work harmoniously with customers, and assigned Nestle DSD account personnel.
- Cleaning and refurbishing used equipment.
- Experience decaling bunkers is a definite plus.
- Deliver and pickup equipment as needed
- Writing out placement contracts and filling out forms in a neat, accurate and legible manner.
The Nestlé DSD Company operates all Direct Store Delivery (DSD) operations for Nestlé USA. The division serves Nestlé's frozen products, including the field DSD sales organization, supply chain planning and execution, and centers of excellence like Go-To-Market, Human Resources, and Finance.
- Communication: Clearly conveying information and ideas through a variety of media to individuals or groups in a manner that engages the audience and helps them understand and retain the message
- Contribute to Team Success Demonstrating the ability to participate in and contribute to a team environment that produces respect, alignment, and high performance
- Initiating Action: Taking prompt action to accomplish objectives; taking action to achieve goals beyond what is required; being proactive
- Quality Orientation: Maintaining focus on producing work outcomes that meet or exceed expectations
- Work Standards: Setting high standards of performance for self and others. Assuming responsibility and accountability for successfully completing assignments or tasks; adhering to self-imposed standards of excellence rather than having standards imposed
- Safe working habits at all times
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS& EDUCATION LEVEL:
- High School Diploma or GED equivalent
- Must have a valid driver’s license.
- Pass post offer background checks, drug screen, physical (if applicable) and MVR report for moving violations
- Ability to work early morning/late night hours and weekends when required
- Willing to work more than 40 hours per week when required
- Ability to work alternative workweek schedules, which can be any day Monday through Sunday and Holidays
- Ability to perform basic math calculations for selecting, counting and checking work
- Ability for frequent standing, bending, kneeling, and lifting required (up to 50lbs)
- Ability to work in a safe manner
- Ability to communicate verbally and in writing
- A valid Class B CDL with airbrake endorsement meeting DOT requirements or a Class B permit and the ability to obtain a Class B CDL and airbrake endorsement within 30 days of hire is strongly preferred.
- Standing/Walking frequently; while performing duties
- Constant use of both hands/arms throughout the work shift while forward reaching, handling, gripping, power grasping baskets, signs, straps, binders, lift gate and bunker/freezer units.
- Flexion and extension of the wrists placing product bunker on dollies and onto the box truck
- Bending/Twisting: Constantly, at waist 30-45 degrees while loading/unloading bunker/freezer units at customer locations.
- Lifting/carrying and maneuvering baskets, signs, straps, binders and the lift gates.
- Flexing the torso, bending the knees, etc. when attaching the shrink wrap to the base of the pallet or cart and attaching the wrap when wrapping the pallets or carts
- Climbing: Rarely or not at all, depending on employee height and warehouse set-up, using small step ladder to obtain displays for bunkers.
- Hands/Arms: Rarely use of both hands/arms above shoulder reaching while loading/unloading bunkers/freezer units.
- Kneeling/Crouching: Occasionally, while plugging/unplugging, placing/removing baskets/displays from the bunker display shelves.
- Balance: wet & icy conditions from condensation on tile floors.
- Push/Pull: Frequently, using both hands and arms while moving bunkers/freezers on wheels or via wheeled cart, exerting a force up to 75 pounds force moving bunker/freezer units. Exerting a force u p to 15-35 pounds, depending on surface/slope. Rarely up to 35-75 pounds of force moving palletized load using pallet jack.
- Head/Neck: Constantly, moving head and neck while loading/unloading shelves, signs and bunker/freezer units.
This description should not be construed to contain every responsibility that an incumbent in this job may be required to perform. Incumbents are required to perform other related functions assigned.
- Used: Hand truck, pallet jack, wheeled cart/rack, knife, and personal vehicle
- Safety Equipment: Gloves
- Vehicle vibration
- Slippery surfaces
- Being around powered industrial vehicles at the warehouse when loading/unloading bunker/freezer units.
- Normal traffic hazards while operating vehicle.
Nestlé Direct Store Delivery is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is looking for diversity in candidates for employment.
Nestle USA - 19 months ago
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