Verifies quantities pick to actual order, checking for shortages and/or damage.
Prepares product for safe shipping by labeling, packing and wrapping when necessary.
Uses power industrial/material handling equipment to move pallets to dock or dock to delivery truck.
Receives merchandise, properly checks and puts stock in its proper location on a daily basis.
Assists others as necessary (other warehouse members, customers, couriers in call area, sample staff)
Adheres to all established safety rules and regulations. Immediately reports any safety hazards/work related injuries to supervisor.
SKILLS & ABILITIES
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the individual to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Rarely: 0-5% of the time in an 8-hour workday
Occasionally: 6-33% of the time in an 8-hour workday
Frequently: 34-66% of the time in an 8-hour workday
Constantly: 67-100% of the time in an 8-hour workday
Standing: Frequently. Periods of standing are required for up to several minutes at a time (e.g., while driving forklift truck). Order pickers are on their feet all day and they are moving constantly (except when driving the forklift truck).
Walking: Frequently. Warehouse floor is concrete. Distances may vary.
Climbing: Occasionally. Step up and off forklift platform.
Sitting: Frequently. Periods of sitting are required while driving sit-down Hilo to unload trucks and directly put away in bulk locations.
Lifting/Carrying: Occasionally. Up to 70 pounds at various heights and distances:
- from shoulder height to ground
- from waist height to ground
- from waist height to shoulder height
- from waist height or lower to waist height or lower
Pushing/pulling: Occasionally. Manipulate up to 160 pounds of product:
- sliding box off pallet to hand truck
- sliding box from waist height to ground
- sliding box from waist height to waist height
Pushing/pulling: Frequently. Using hand truck and manual pallet jack to move loads of 5 cartons or more.
Bending: Occasionally. While operating dock leveler controls, moving product from pallet to hand truck, scanning product while using RF equipment, opening and closing dock leveler, unwrapping pallet, and occasionally to open rear door.
Reaching: Occasionally. To access boxes on pallet.
Crouching/kneeling: Rarely. Up to a few minutes at a time while performing safety inspection or verifying product.
Balancing: Occasionally. Walking on uneven surfaces,
Looking up: Frequently. While pulling orders or put away of product in upper levels of rack.
- Open and close rear door of truck: Occasionally.
- Maneuver hand truck (push/pull/steer/tilt): Frequently. Unloaded and loaded (up to 5 cartons).
- Operate Manual/powered walk-behind pallet jack including hand controls while moving
product and/or skids in excess of 2,000 lbs : Frequently. Unloaded and loaded.
Reading: Frequently. Read orders on RF equipment and product labels.
Scanning: Frequently. Scan product label to confirm proper item picked.
EQUIPMENT USED TO PERFORM JOB
power industrial equipment, electric pallet jack, manual pallet jack, 2 wheeler
tape dispenser (manual)
computer that is mounted on fork lift truck
SIGNIFICANT WORKSITE MEASUREMENTS
(Included but not limited to the following standard and odd sizes)
Standard box sizes:
28” X 40”
25” X 38”
23” X 35”
26” X 40”
20” X 26”
11” X 17”
19” X 25”
23” X 29”
19” X 25”
11 3/4” X 17 3/4” X 10 1/4”
17 1/2” X 22 1/2”
24” X 36”
19” X 23”
Minimum weight 5 lbs.
Maximum weight manually lifted is about 70 lbs.
Boxes over 70 lbs. are not lifted but are pushed/pulled from one pallet to another.
Table height 27”
Scale platform 32 ½”
Various dimensions and levels from top
8” – 15” step up from floor
The work environment characteristics described are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essentials of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions;
General warehouse conditions
Exposure to cold, heat, dampness, or humid conditions
Regularly works near moving mechanical parts
Frequently works in high precarious places
Noise level is moderate
QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS
High school diploma or general education diploma.
Ability to operate power industrial and material handling equipment.
Ability to maintain simple logs and records.
Physically able to lift up to 70 lbs in order to load and deliver product.
Proficient in basic math skills to include units of measurements, multiplication, division and subtraction.
Ability to work in a fast paced environment with minimal supervision..
CDL Class A license with a minimum of two (2) years driving experience a plus.