Your Role: Responsible for the receipt of all incoming materials, supplies, equipment and returned goods. Routes or delivers material to storage or production areas. Safely operates a variety of material handling equipment, which may include narrow aisle, wire guided powered industrial trucks. Confirms customer orders before they are packed to ensure the correct chemicals are shipped and packs them to ensure conformity to all applicable shipping regulations.
Receives and puts away all incoming materials, supplies, equipment and returned goods (Receiving)
Unloads trailer using power equipment, verify freight, and sign bill of lading (Receiving)
Sorts, inspects, and receives in the appropriate system IE SAP (Receiving)
Applies labels and cans inbound materials (Receiving)
Schedules dock appointments with carriers (Receiving)
Communicates with Procurement any discrepancies or product issues (Receiving)
Packs hazardous and nonhazardous items for shipment to customer (Packing)
Packs pre-pack and bulk materials, following established procedures and instructions while complying with hazard regulations (Packing)
Packs and meters specialty orders (Packing)
Communicates with Customer Interface Departments on shipping issues, expedites priorities (Packing)
Works with external vendors to schedule dock appointments (Bulk Receiving)
Communicates and resolves discrepancies with internal customers (Packing/Receiving)
Verifies chemicals, catalog number, lot number, special requests information, unit size and weights against order documentation found in packing or receiving instructions
Applies all required labels and markings to box to comply with hazardous materials regulations (Packing/Receiving)
Prepares hazardous shipping documentation (Packing/Receiving)
Maintains record of orders (Packing/Receiving)
Removes and ships all defective material to vendors (Packing/Receiving)
Put product away using scanner or computer system (Material Handler)
Selects and puts away material using narrow aisle, wire guided machines. This includes use of "operator up" machines and other powered industrial trucks (Material Handler)
Operates both powered and manual material handling equipment in a safe manner (Material Handler)
Fulfills internal supply orders
Accurately selects and stages product with use of power equipment
Delivers product to on site customers and puts product into storage areas
Maintains inventory accuracy
Performs all necessary adjustments and moves in the appropriate system
Assists with training new employees
Audit counts, verify actual location with system
Works with team leads and supervisors to troubleshoot systems issues.
Operates SAP and WMS systems, and retrieve pull slips for pull ticket runs.
Reports unsafe or potentially unsafe hazards to team leads or any member of management.
Miscellaneous duties and tasks as assigned
Exemplary attendance and adherence to schedule
Who You Are:
HS Diploma or equivalency required.
One year of work experience and one year experience operating powered industrial equipment preferred.
SAP and Manhattan software experience helpful.
Experience packing/shipping hazardous materials helpful.
Shipping regulation knowledge or experience also preferred.
Ability to effectively communicate in a professional manner with all levels of staff both orally and written.
Ability to read, hear, speak and understand English language.
Ability to work in a group setting.
Software skills. RF scanner proficiency; ability to move, crate, and audit material with scanner.
Understand basic shipping regulations and where to locate shipping information.
Good organizational, time management and written/oral communication skills.
Ability to work quickly and adjust to changing priorities in a fast-pace environment.
Additional local needs:
General Office Environment: Noise level in office environment is generally quiet.
Distribution/Warehouse Environment: Occasionally works near moving mechanical parts. Occasionally operates equipment at 30' heights. Is occasionally required to wear appropriate protective gear, (hard hats, glasses/goggles, chemical resistant suits, gloves, safety shoes) and other personal protection equipment "PPE" to protect themselves from toxic or corrosive chemicals in the forms of liquids, solids, vapors or airborne particles. The work area may occasionally be wet, humid, or abnormally hot or cold.
If performing office duties: Employee is required to sit, stand, hear, and use hands to operate all office equipment. Employee must view computer monitors for long periods of time. Vision requirements are close vision and the ability to adjust focus. Employee occasionally will be required to lift, generally no more than 25 pounds.
If performing warehouse/distribution duties: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to sit, stand, walk, reach above the shoulder, stoop, kneel, twist, crouch or crawl for long periods of time and be able to stay on your feet for eight hours. The employee must be able to talk, hear, taste and smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 60 pounds unassisted. Employee may be required to move more than 60 pounds with assistance. Specific vision requirements of this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth vision, and the ability to adjust focus. Regularly uses phones, computers, computer monitors and all office/laboratory equipment. The employee is also required to type at a computer keyboard and have the ability to read CRTs/computer monitors.
Job Requisition ID: 182244
Career Level: C - Professional (1-3 years)
Working time model: full-time
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