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Material Handler



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JOB SUMMARY: Working in a fast-paced distribution facility, you will fill retail store owners’ orders while meeting performance standards. As a material handler, you will drive up and down aisles, stop at bin locations, pick items from bins, load them into containers on carts, and drop loads at specified locations for shipment. JOB SPECIFICATIONS: Additional responsibilities include: Perform a safety and mechanical check of the equipment. Set up RF scanner on material mover, loads specialized pallets & assembles (opens/folds/sets pack in its pallet). Driving equipment up & down aisle. Fill orders by stopping at designated locations, climb down, go to bin, pick items, scan items, and puts the items into a container. Place long items on a towed cart. Drive the filled containers to the shipping area. Pick up covers for the containers and place them on top. Unhitch carts that have items that do not fit into containers (lengths of pipe, ladders, garden tools, etc). QUALIFICATIONS: Heavy lifting is involved. Prefer experience with fork lift operation. Must be able to lift up to 70 lbs repeatedly throughout an 8 hour shift. Standing or riding equipment for an entire shift. Accuracy is a must! Interested candidates must be at least 18 years of age, legal to work in the US, and have completed a high school degree or equivalent. HOURS: Full-time








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