Warehouse Worker - Supporting Canister Shipments

Swisslog Broomfield , CO 80021

Posted 4 months ago

Warehouse Worker - Supporting Canister Shipments

Location: Broomfield, CO

The Warehouse trade ensures the timely receipt and shipment of product and materials, in and out of, Swisslog's Warehouse through the performance of receiving, order processing and picking/packing while following safe work practices. The Warehouse Trade, recognizes potential problems and helps to resolve them by bringing them to the attention of a Trade Coordinator or Supervisor in a timely manner, assists in setting up and maintaining warehouse and production flows, works with minimum supervision, as required.

Your Tasks:

  • Maintain lean warehouse practices to support lean manufacturing practices

  • Compare identifying information and counts, weights or measures of items of incoming and outgoing shipments to verify information against bills of lading, orders or other records.

  • Receives incoming shipments and records shortages, overages and damages and reports exceptions accordingly to their supervisor.

  • Ensure accurate record keeping of purchase orders received for the accounting department by maintaining record filing.

  • Loads and unloads trucks as required

  • Assist in the shipping and receiving areas as required in the moving and the palletizing and re-palletizing goods for storage.

  • Puts pallets and other materials in assigned home locations to ensure product picking process accuracy and stocking locations

  • Wraps and weighs pallets for shipping and stocking.

  • Maintain warehouse, shipping and dock areas in a clean and orderly manner for maximum efficiency, safety and security.

  • Respond to emails and fill requests that come through from other departments.

  • File transfers, invoices, purchase orders, receipts and other miscellaneous paperwork into appropriate filing system/storage binders.

  • Receive incoming inventory and supplies from UPS/FedEx and distribute to proper personnel/departments.

  • Conduct monthly inventory of Warehouse, Customer Service and Online Store product on-hand, ensuring 100% accuracy is maintained and all products accounted for accordingly.

  • Other duties may be assigned based on department and company needs

Your Profile:

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED.

  • Minimum five years' warehouse experience.

  • Prior work experience in shipping / receiving.

  • Forklift experience. Previous experience in the operation of a turret forklift a plus

  • Basic computer skills / Data entry experience.

  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret common technical documents.

  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.

  • Ability to work in a team environment and also to work independently.

  • Demonstrate skill in the operation and care of warehouse equipment as applicable.

  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.

  • Ability to learn and use safely operation of warehouse equipment.

  • Effective organization skills.

  • Effective interpersonal skills.

  • Work overtime as required.

Desirable but not Essential:

  • Must have current or previous forklift driving certification / experience.

We Offer:

Swisslog offers challenging work in a globally networked environment as well as competitive base salary, comprehensive benefits including health/dental and above-market 401K!

OUR SOLUTIONS DELIVER RESULTS. OUR EMPLOYEES DELIVER SOLUTIONS.

Swisslog is an EEO Employer, Females/Minority/Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

Swisslog's FMLA policy can be found at:


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