1st Shift Material Handler
Berthoud, CO 80513 US
- Supports manufacturing’s daily material needs as well as work order material pick lists.
- Conducts daily cycle counting using system-generated reports. Fill in the report and turn it into the material supervisor at the end of your shift.
- Uses pick list to pull product out of inventory and process transactions in computer system.
- Works with Customer Service/Buyer on material shortages and expedites.
- Assists in other areas of material organization as required.
- Receives and re-stocks inventory received from production. Post all pick lists and transactions to update system inventory which are tracked manually on paper and entered into computer system at the end of each shift.
- Process all the necessary paperwork and ensure data entry accuracy.
- Ensure a clean and clear work area on a normal basis.
Ability to follow and practice safety procedures.
- Frequently moves around in departments and buildings to interact with others.
- Responsible for accuracy of job pulling.
- Regular use of panel saw and drying.
- Occasional flexibility regarding overtime to ensure availability to load or unload outgoing or incoming material outside of regularly scheduled hours.
- Other duties and responsibilities to be assigned as needed.
- Ability to operate fork
- Read, write, and be conversant in the English language required.
- Ability to perform basic computerized time clock and system data entry required.
- Ability to use basic math skills, basic measurement equipment (i.e., tape measure, calculator) and techniques required.
- Team oriented and strong level of independence required.
- High school diploma or GED and a minimum of six months warehouse experience preferred.
- Detailed oriented with strong attention for accuracy.
- Usual warehouse and production environment involves frequent standing, walking, sitting, climbing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and balancing.
- Postures include climbing in and out of fork trunk, walking/standing, forceful gripping, vision, cervical rotation, stooping, squatting, and forward reaching.
- Frequently lifts, carries or balances up to 50 pounds, occasionally up to 75 pounds.
- Frequently going outside in various types of weather.
- Pulls molds and/or sheets of plastic using a pallet jack ranging from 20-80 lbs. Push force used to close oven door in warehouse 33 lbs. Pull force required to open oven doors in warehouse 20 lbs.
- Frequent use of eye, hand, and finger coordination.
- Verbal and auditory capacity, with or without assistance, enabling interpersonal communication as well as communication through automated devices such as the telephone and 2-way radio.
- Visual capacity could include one or more of the following: depth perception, color vision, and peripheral vision enabling operation of machinery.