SUMMARY: Performs a variety of jobs tasks within a warehouse including: receiving, selection, loading, cleaning and other utility functions, as assigned. Will perform tasks in multiple environments: dry, cooler and freezer.
RELATLIONSHIP: Reports to warehouse supervision and interacts with warehouse admin, associates and clerical personnel.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (other duties may be assigned):
- Pre-check power jack and/or fork lift to ensure adequate performance during the shift.
- Uses power equipment (fork lift etc) to unload products from common carrier trailers in a timely and efficient manner.
- Uses hand-held device to verify shipping manifest and enter received goods to inventory.
- Uses power equipment to place product into proper storage racks.
- Uses proper lifting and material handling techniques when hand-stacking cases.
- Promptly notifies supervision in the event of damaged or short loads.
- Select product by use of Vocollect audio alert system.
- Build pallets of product by selecting cases weighting 10 to 50 lbs.
- Wrap pallets to secure load.
- Maintain housekeeping by cleaning debris during shift.
- Achieve reliability and productivity standards as established by department.
- Report our-of-stock or damage as discovered. Ensure trailer conditions meet the acceptable standards prior to the physical loading process. Trailers can be loaded if the trailer is below 45 degrees.
- Inform the floor supervisor in the event that any deviation from the grid exception is required.
- Ensure loads are adequately secured utilizing trailer straps.
- Ensure that all pallets are loaded.
- Ensure that all Buns are pre-staged prior to starting the loading process, ensure that a supervisor or designee signs off on Buns.
- Document the load diagram and place “Combo” labels on each side of the pallet.
- Maintain a reliability of (1) error per 67 stops loaded.
- Document any transfer product and special add-ons to the load diagram.
- Notify the floor supervisor in the event that the trailer does not meet the required expectations.
- Ensure that “Load Evaluations” are performed, documented and signed on pre-determined routes.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
High School education required. Ability to recognize and respond to oral and written instructions provided in English. Proficient in operation of a pallet jack fork lift and standing fork liftl; certification is preferred. General knowledge of selection process; experience in a food DC is preferred. Knowledge necessary to inspect equipment for safety and operational concerns.
Must be able to respond to audio cues. Must have the ability to communicate and work well with personnel at all levels within the organization.
PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS:
Prepares in advance for known fluctuations in workloads. Adapts to changes in work flow.
Must be able to work from standing position while operating power jack. Must be able to step on and off pallet jack and pallets, bend, crouch, and lift cases weighing from 10 to 50 lbs from pallet height to an elevation of seven feet turn, twist and step to securely transfer objects to other pallets from level of pallet to seven feet elevation. This process is constantly repeated for a duration of two hours for four intervals per day. Must be able to work in a cold environment (zero degrees) for at least two hours for four intervals per day.
Hiring for 1st and 2nd shifts:
* Must be available to work overtime and weekends *
1st shift: 4am – Finish
2nd shift: 3:30pm – Midnight/Finish