Selector Night Part-Time
U.S. Foodservice - North Little Rock, AR

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Primary Location

AR-Little Rock-North Little Rock

Basic Purpose

The part-time (15 — 30 hours per week) selector position is a material handling, labor intensive job which processes work orders in the warehouse by manually selecting the correct products from the racks, palletizing them and delivering the merchandise to the dock secured and shrink wrapped for delivery in a safe and efficient manner Considerable strength and endurance is required to safely and successfully perform the job. The work takes place in normal warehouse environments as well as in cooler and freezer areas where the temperatures may be as low as -5 degrees.


Perform all pre-shift duties which would include safety check of all equipment.

Selects customer orders from pick slots using pick lists of assorted items to build orders according to driver stops at customer locations. This involves riding a pallet jack, moving products from racks to pallet, labeling the selected cases with the order labels and using Voxware Voice Logistics Software. Validates that correct product has been selected and is damage free. Notify Stocker of empty or short slots for replenishment.

Work in multi-temperature areas as assigned. Meet weekly standards for productivity and accuracy while working in a safe manner.

Delivers merchandise to correct dock area, stacks items on pallets according to driver stops at customer locations for next day delivery and shrink wraps palletized orders.

Performs various post-shift duties that could include: Clearing aisles of all debris, returning pallet jack to charging area, and hook up jack for battery charging. Stacks empty pallets from slots in aisle. Clean up any spills and places damaged product in recoup area. Completes any related paperwork.

This is a night shift position; Sunday through Thursday (including holidays) and possibly Friday. Finish time is when work is completed and might require overtime with or without notice.

Attend all required company meetings and adhere to all safety practices and company policies.

Must satisfactorily complete all company mandated trainings and assessments.



: High School Education or GED preferred.

Related Experience/Requirements

: Minimum one year recent experience in highly physical, labor intensive occupation preferred (ex.: construction, farm worker, roofing, freight handler with FedEx, UPS or USPS, trash collection with Waste Mgmt, etc). Minimum of six months comparable warehouse experience preferred. Minimum six months experience with warehouse material handling equipment (electric pallet jack or high low) preferred. Minimum six months experience working with manual order selection/order filling systems, (i.e. Red Prairie, Voice Directed Picking Software) preferred.


: Must be able to read alpha and numeric codes from pick sheets and slots. Must be team oriented and able to get along with others.

Physical Requirements

Must be able to perform the following physical activities for described length of time:

OCCASIONALLY: 1% - 33% FREQUENTLY: 34% - 66% CONTINUOUSLY: 67% - 100% Never: 0%

SIT: Occasionally
STAND: Continuously
WALK: Occasionally
DRIVE: Continuously

1-10lbs (Sedentary): Occasionally
10-20lbs (Light): Frequently
25-50lbs (Medium): Frequently
50-100lbs (Heavy): Frequently
Over 100lbs (Very Heavy): Never

1-10 lbs (Sedentary): Occasionally
10-20 lbs (Light): Occasionally
25-50 lbs (Medium): Occasionally
50-100 lbs (Heavy): Occasionally
Over 100 lbs (Very Heavy): Never

Push/pull: Frequently
Climb/balance: Frequently
Stoop/squat: Frequently
Kneel: Frequently
Bend: Frequently
Reach above shoulder: Occasionally
Grasp objects: Continuously
Manipulate objects: Frequently
Twisting: Frequently



Night Job

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Individual Contributor




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