20814 - Forklift Operator 3rd Shift

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Pick, pack, organize, and load material on outbound delivery trucks for customer orders.
Scan and process materials accurately and timely to ensure customer satisfaction.
Receive and sort inbound material from manufacturing or vendor.
Place stock in warehouse locations and/or stage lane location as needed.
Utilize various types of equipment to handle products; i.e. Stand-up lift, pallet jacks, order pickers, walkie-riders, tip carts, etc.as needed per certification.
Perform PIT equipment checks and minor maintenance as needed per certification.
Read warehouse documents such as; receiving reports, loading and picking documents.
Follows established safety and ergonomic procedures.
Identify/question potential issues on warehouse documentation.
Identify and question loading issues to be resolved and have ability problem solve and plan in the loading process for size and sequence of load.
Identify supplies needing replenishment.
Participate in housekeeping and safety programs.
18 Years or older.
Organizational skills, detail oriented.
Ability to work in a team environment.
Ability to work with minimal supervision.
Basic math skills and computer skills.
Must pass drug test and background check.
Ability to read and comprehend loading documents, understand facility layout/locations and to complete paperwork documentation accurately.
Demonstrate skills needed to operate PIT. Must be able to pass a written and practical PIT driver certification test when required to operate PIT. Previous experience operating a Powered Industrial Truck (PIT) a plus.
Must be able to stand, stoop and push, pull, lift material and/or finished goods up to 100 pounds.
Ability to walk and stand on concrete 8-10 hours per day while wearing required Personal Protection Equipment (PPE).
Dexterity and ability to work at a quick pace.
Ability to recognize potential production and/or safety problems.
Willingness to work overtime and weekends when scheduled.
Starting rate: $13.50 per hour
North Brunswick, NJ US
Andersen Corporation

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