Shipping and Receiving.
The position is based in our Assembly Plant at Waterville.
These will be temp. to hire positions.
The Warehouse Technician will primarily work in shipping and receiving. Other shop duties such as picking/pulling orders, keeping inventory organized, and other manufacturing functions will be delegated as required. A successful Warehouse Technician will have good organizational skills, have working knowledge of Microsoft applications, and follow all safety rules and regulations.
Responsibilities and Duties
--Receive incoming shipments, store and handle material in designated areas, pull or pick orders from designated or staged areas using computer generated pick-lists and/or typed or written documents.
--Enter received shipments into Jobscope database.
--Originate and process Bill of Lading and contact truck lines to ship materials.
--Communicate with Purchasing to verify material and quantity.
--Oversee UPS shipments.
--Stage salvage material and keep inventory/records.
--Verify all packing slips, trailer manifests, and Bill of Lading receipts to ensure materials are accounted for upon receipt, and/or outgoing shipments.
--Observe all rules and regulations for performance of warehouse functions to ensure safety of personnel and goods.
--Send SDS sheet to Safety Administrative Assistant for processing.
--Assemble parts by drawing and/or verbal instructions as required.
--Typically, a high school graduate.
--Ability to operate a forklift.
--Working knowledge of computers.
Physical requirements include the ability to use company vehicles, climb ladders and use harnesses for climbing. Work may also require being able to stand, bend, stretch, lift, and reach for extended periods of time.
Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 419-330-4509