• Warehouse Laborer

    Job Location US-SC-Charleston
    ID
    2018-4326
    # of Openings
    2
    Category
    Other
    Type
    Contract
  • Responsibilities

    Description:

     

    This labor-intensive position is responsible for loading bulk and Dbay route trucks. Each type of loading requires strict attention to order accuracy with respect to loading. Uses with Voice Pick to build loads using a forklift and/or walkie rider. Position is responsible to work in a clean, smart way with minimal breakage. Follows warehouse instructions in building loads and handling product to minimize breakage. Maintains a clean and safe work environment. Position is NOT in a climate controlled warehouse, which means it is can be very hot and very cold, depending on season. 

    Bulk truck loading involves selecting designated packages and flavors of products from the warehouse and loading them onto a pallet. Position is responsible for maintaining the stability of the pallet through proper stacking and shrink-wrapping. In most cases, pallets are loaded onto a trailer for local delivery. 

    Dbay route loading involves selecting designated packages and flavors of products from the warehouse and loading them into the bays of a route truck. Product/packages for each truck are customized based on the salespersons order. Position is responsible for unloading returned products and pallets/plastic flats, at times. 

    Position requires lifting a very high volume of cases of product per day from 20-45 pounds per case repeatedly during a long work period. Requires constant standing, walking, bending, twisting, squatting reaching and grasping as product is moved. 

    Applicants must have dependable transportation, be reliable, and arrive by 3:45PM Monday - Friday. Shift begins promptly at 4PM and continues until work is finished (12-14+ hours). Applicant will be working in non-air conditioned/heated warehouse for the duration of the shift. Forklift and warehouse picker experience preferred.

     

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