Directs, influences and trains others in Material handling operations; Manages workload schedule of team and able to make good decisions for the team. Performs general warehouse material handling duties to maximize storage and minimize damage. Performs functions related to one or more of the following areas: receiving,, production staging, bulk receiving, sampling, warehouse sanitation, cycle counting, inventory control and/or additional off-site warehouse responsibilities.
Knowledge, Experience and Education:
Requires completion of a high school diploma, General Education Development (GED) or equivalency.
Requires ability to follow standard work and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision and some computer proficiency required.
Two or more years experience in warehouse environment or manufacturing environment. Experience within a regulated manufacturing environment is preferred.
Strong mathematical skills; knowledge of weights and measures; basic mechanical ability and reading/comprehension skills.
Must meet all locally defined training requirements.
Performs other duties that may include one or more of the following:
Staging Crew duties - Responsible for the entire staging process, to include physical set-up of materials and ensuring accuracy and completion of staging documentation. May be required to lead and direct others as assigned to assist in the staging process.
Off-site Warehouse duties - Responsible for the entire staging process of loads, the unloading and loading of product, and accurate documentation of the same. Receives and verifies raw material and components received. Maintains clean work warehouse environment.
Provide oversight to the daily organization of work load and planning for all sampling activity on 1st shift
Operates material handling equipment to load and unload trucks, stores and removes items in warehouse storage racks and completes required documentation.
Responsible for performing sampling of incoming materials, completion of internal sample requests etc.
Supports and supplies operations with necessary materials and supplies.
Continuously looks for and helps to implement improvements to the process, productivity, quality and reduce costs. Performs other related duties specific to the department as assigned.
Physical Requirements of Work:
Requires ability to operate a forklift and hand tools. Must be able to work on lifts over 20 feet (6.0960 meters) or equivalency. Must be able to stand for length of shift. Must be able to lift 10 pounds (4 kilograms) or equivalency continuously, up to 30 pounds (13 kilograms) or equivalency frequently, and up to 50 pounds (22 kilograms) or equivalency Must be able to stoop or bend. Must be able to reach laterally, and overhead occasionally. Must be able to operate controls and have an unobstructed view over the controls and dashboard. Be able to see, hear and understand signs, labels, and instructions. This may include having vision (corrected or uncorrected) that meets the requirements of a valid driver's license. If the operator does not possess a valid driver's license, they will be evaluated for vision and other appropriate physical requirements. Must be able to work a minimum of 40 hours per week. Must have eye, hand, and feet coordination.
Must be free from known convulsive disorders.
Must be able to comply with locally required worker safety, environmental and health practices.
Required to follow and comply with Departmental Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), and Safety/Housekeeping guidelines.
Operates one or more material handling equipment such as walk-behind forklifts, counter balance rider forklifts and Turret trucks, as well as palletizing/stretch wrapping equipment. Operates in accordance with current Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's) and Work Instructions.
Requires ability to utilize SAP or related system and other computerized systems to perform the duties of the position.