Forklift Operator Warehouse 1st Shift

Albert Lea, Minnesota
Manufacturing & Production (Production Occupations)
Job Type
Working Hours
6:00 AM - 2:30 PM
US$ 13.60 per hour
Ref. Number
Delana Sevier, Spherion
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Job Description

A warehouseman forklift operator will perform tasks involved with shipping and receiving finished goods and raw materials at a
central distribution center or cross dock facility. A warehouseman forklift operator is responsible for accurately picking products for
customer orders.

Duties include preparing orders for
shipment, loading and unloading trucks, processing finished good inventory receipts from other locations, and
industry practices of distribution operations.

-Picks items and prepares finished good and service parts for fulfillment to customers both dealers and
consumer direct orders.
-Follows directed fulfillment prompts for order fulfillment and inventory control using technical tools
including a hand held PC/scanning device and tablet.
-Follows proper procedures for interplant material and transfers to designated storage locations and areas.
-Prepares outbound shipments to ship safely and without damage. Follows cargo securement procedures.
-Counts, receive, and records shipment information upon receipt using PeopleSoft system. Matches packing
lists to verify physical receipts to identify discrepancies of finished goods and materials or supplies.
-Operates a pallet jack, forklift, or be trained to operate other material handling equipment for handling bulk
finished goods and operation during the order fulfillment pick process and staging items for put-away.
-Performs and has an understanding of internal quality assurance verification procedures to assure customer
service, inventory accuracy, mitigation of product damage and general product quality.
-Utilizes required safety equipment including Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required to assure safe
work practices which eliminate or reduce workplace hazards to employees.
-Performs job requirements outlined in procedures. Operates equipment within safety guidelines. Reports any
nonconformance issues to management.
-Cooperates and anticipates moving to other work groups within the distribution center as business needs
dictate flexibility. Is exposed to occasionally be scheduled for overtime and adjustments to work schedules
or shifts to accommodate staffing requirements due to business volume.
-Read and comprehend simple instructions from production standards, memos, or other correspondence.

Working hours: 6:00 AM - 2:30 PM

-Ability to add, subtract in all units of measure, using whole numbers.
-Ability to measure, read, and understands a tape measure.

High School

1-4 years

Previous forklift and electric pallet jack operator skills, at least 1 year current experience
-High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred.
-Reading and writing skills are essential. Ability to read and comprehend simple correspondence, read
numbers and letters facilitating order requirements. Ability to process specified instructions.

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