The Warehouse Servicer will receive and perform daily work assignments from the Group Leader or Manager. The Warehouse Servicer will also be responsible for the following tasks: picking and staging customer orders on the shipping dock, counting and cross checking all orders that are staged for same day and next day delivery, replenishment of the warehouse picking locations, cleaning of the warehouse and individual locations, and all other tasks deemed necessary by Management.
The main responsibilities include:
Picking, Crosschecking, and Staging customer orders for shipment via LTL, Full Truckload and Parcel.
Cognitive and math skills are required for very detailed counting as it relates to processing of the product.
Problem Solving and Innovation:Develop solutions to routine problems.
Crosschecking and Counting all orders that are staged for same day and next day delivery of customer orders.
Replenish picking locations throughout warehouse.
Perform general housekeeping duties.
Adhere to all cGMP, FDA guidelines and laws, and corporate expectations.
Complete any other tasks deemed necessary and assigned by a Group Leader, Warehouse Manager or Distribution Center Manager.
The qualifications of this job include:
Must have a High School Diploma or equivalent.
Must be able to work in a team oriented environment and be able to demonstrate investigative/problem solving skills.
Must have good communications skills and work ethic.
1 year warehousing experience is preferred.
Previous experience operating a Narrow Isle Forklift is preferred.
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