Accomplishments, and everyday brought something new.
Forklift Operator warehouse associate (Former Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – February 5, 2013
Getting a pass down from previous shift, great communication between others was needed. Check computer system constantly (every 10-15 min) for parts needed to be pulled, delivered, and transact out of inventory for broken machines and preventative maint. Offload and confirm counts of received items, then receive the product into inventory using the computer. Pulling, staging, and transacting product for the next days shipments.
Learned to operate a reach truck, accurately and efficiently while keeping safety in mind at all times. Great inventory management skills.
All employees and management were always assisting others to make a great team effort to complete every job that was being accomplished. Management listened to safety and operational concerns brought up in weekly and monthly meetings.
Hardest part about the job was to always double check items and inventory, while having to rush, to deliver parts and pulling orders.
The most enjoyable parts, i would have to say is that it was always a learning process, "never a dull moment". the satisfaction of knowing everyday after clocking off, that the job was done correct and efficiently.
vacation time, 3 days off, 12 hour shifts
unstable working environment.