The Material Handler is responsible for operating material handling equipment for supplying bins with finished goods to ensure the appropriate stock for the Pickers & Packers to fill orders on first and second shift.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
- Operate material handling equipment to relocate finished goods from staging area to proper bin or top shelves to bin
- Re-stock from warehouse to maintain appropriate stock in the bins
- Stock shelves correctly according to the item number and assigned location
- Accurately record inventory by item, calculating proper count
- Relocate damaged cartons to Packer/Inspector station
- Change equipment batteries for charging in accordance with company safety and battery processes
- Maintain area in a clean and safe manor
- Communicate any product or stock issues to supervision
- Other duties as assigned.
Education & Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent
Experience: Material Handling Equipment experience preferred
Certificates, Licenses, Skills & Attributes:
Material Handling Equipment license – company will train & license as required by OSHA
Mathematics – ability to compute numbers
Good communication skills
Attention to detail
Active listening skills
Physical & Mental Demands:
Bending – frequently
Climbing – intermittently
Kneeling – frequently
Lifting – up to 50lbs. frequently
Reaching – up to 36 inches, above shoulders frequently
Squatting - occasionally
Standing – frequently
Twisting – occasionally
Walking – in and around the warehouse and production areas continuously
Carrying – up to 10lbs. occasionally
Grasping - use hands and fingers for products
Pushing/Pulling – products
Visual – ability to visually see difference in colors and have the ability to use a computer or
Verbally communicate with others this includes hearing of voices and sound within a
warehouse and manufacturing environment
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Job is performed indoors, but temperatures may vary in-between the warehouse and manufacturing areas seasonally.
Subject to hazards such as noise, proximity to moving equipment, repetitive motions
May be required to operate in narrow aisles or passageways, in and around other equipment and people.