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Top Material Handler/Warehouse Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a material handler/warehouse. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of material handler/warehouse resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.2% of material handler/warehouse resumes contained warehouse environment as a skill. Let's find out what skills a material handler/warehouse actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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1. Warehouse Environment

high Demand

Warehouse environment means the overall working conditions of a warehouse. The warehouse environment is often noisy and loud. It is a busy place and with hundreds of people working in the same place, alongside several trucks and loaders being operational to load and unload stuff, the place becomes messy and noisy.

Here's how Warehouse Environment is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Helped maintain a clean, organized warehouse environment.
  • Performed general labor as necessary (sweeping, refuse removal, general janitorial requirements for warehouse environment).
  • Worked in a manufacturing warehouse environment assisting with receiving, shipping, inventory control and internal supply and demand.
  • Operated a forklift in a distribution warehouse environment.- Provided general maintenance and custodial services to the warehouse and offices.
  • Performed manual labor in warehouse environment, received and sorted large orders of inventory delivered daily.
  • Decreased the number of missed shipments by proactively improving processes and organizing the warehouse environment.

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2. Customer Orders

high Demand

Here's how Customer Orders is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Research customer complaints regarding shipping discrepancies and reconcile customer orders and inventory levels.
  • Read production schedules, customer orders, work instructions, shipping orders, and requisitions to prioritize materials for delivery.
  • Work included unloading semitrailers of merchandise to stock in the warehouse for later retrieval upon customer orders.
  • Receive pick tickets to pull cell phone or cell phone accessories to fill customer orders.
  • Warehouse Handler * At QVC I was responsible for picking items for new customer orders.
  • Pull, assemble, package, and stage customer orders for loading and shipping.
  • Fill customer orders for will call, UPS and, or delivery.
  • Work directly with customer service to insure proper completion of customer orders.
  • Process, pick, stage, and ship all customer orders.
  • Pull and pack finished goods and spares for customer orders.
  • Organize and re-stack pallets for customer orders awaiting shipment.
  • Fill customer orders and make ready for shipping.
  • Picked and pulled medications for customer orders.
  • Pull customer orders from shelves.
  • Resolved problems related to customer orders.
  • Filled customer orders Used pallet jack, forklift, reach trucks, etc for selecting and storing merchandise.
  • Pulled and scanned out rolls for downstream operation within Kodak Park Prepared shipments for outside customer orders.
  • Pick customer orders, putaway RTS and replenishment, supply Outbound with product needed to fulfill customer orders
  • Core Responsibilities: - Assisted in the daily processing of customer orders and/or requests.
  • Pick components to fill internal customer orders within a two-hour timeframe.

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3. Customer Service

high Demand

Customer service is the process of offering assistance to all the current and potential customers -- answering questions, fixing problems, and providing excellent service. The main goal of customer service is to build a strong relationship with the customers so that they keep coming back for more business.

Here's how Customer Service is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Performed day-to-day operations for a wholesale distributor which included warehouse receiving, inventory management, stock control, and customer service.
  • Gained customer service and inventory control experience of construction materials.
  • Processed transactions at register while providing superior customer service.
  • Experience with customer service and logistic transportation.
  • Provide customer service including merchandising products.
  • Trained employees in all areas of sales, product knowledge, and customer service per company policy and sales training programs.
  • Fork Truck license, customer service, stocking, scanning, typing and computer skills, many warehouse duties.
  • Offload trailers, daily Operation of powered equipment and associated tools to aid in customer service and Warehouse maintenance.
  • Communicate order status to the shipping office, customer service, and drivers.
  • Create a rapport of exceptional customer service to internal and external customers.
  • Received Customer Service and Employee of the Month Awards.
  • Warehouse Auditor and Material Handler with Time Customer Service.
  • Assisted with customer service and assisted with front-end cashier.
  • Experienced in customer service and data entry.
  • Pulled parts for local customer service.
  • Provide gold standard customer service.
  • WORK SKILLS: Bilingual- English and Spanish, CDL-A, Customer Service.
  • Work with customer service to sequence and release backorders in accordance with merchandise availability.
  • Collaborated with customer service and purchasing personnel to provide quality service for accounts.
  • Represent the company in a professional manner at all times and provide outstanding customer service while performing all assigned tasks

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4. Warehouse Operations

high Demand

Warehouse operations include all those actions associated with the goods, from the point of receiving them to safely storing them in the warehouse. From attaching barcodes on packages to coordinating with teams, all fall under the category of warehouse operations.

Here's how Warehouse Operations is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Order Processing *Warehouse Operations *Loading and Unloading Trucks *Forklift Operator
  • Improved logistical support and organization of multiple warehouse operations.
  • Performed a variety of tasks in support of warehouse operations including receiving, stocking, issuing and shipping of material.
  • Conducted Retail Sales and Warehouse Operations for an American Military Clothing Sales Store in Southern Germany.
  • Applied sound warehouse storage, security, safety, and housekeeping measures to daily warehouse operations.
  • Maintain, plan and participate in the warehouse operations and activities.
  • Coordinate warehouse operations support, informally train new team members.
  • see resume- Performance of all warehouse operations, such as shipping, receiving, and storing of hazardous and non-hazardous materials.
  • Full warehouse operations such as driving fork lift, ordering parts, recieving and issuing parts.
  • Performed warehouse operations including picking orders, putaways, and cycle counts.

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5. Fedex

high Demand

Here's how Fedex is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Booked shipments using UPS Logistics, FedEx Ship Manager, etc.
  • Shipped to off base military customers utilizing FedEx & UPS.
  • Warehouse material handler working at Amazon for FedEx Supply Chain.
  • Used FedEx system in order to ship product to customers.
  • Experience in using FedEx and UPS World shipping system.
  • Complete UPS and FedEx records for shipments.
  • Used UPS and FedEx Shipping software.
  • Scheduled FedEx and UPS pickups.
  • Worked in warehouse inside of Shell Motiva Plant receiving material in from different vendors, UPS and FedEx.
  • Inventory and warehouse control, Material Handler of products, Shipping and receiving using Ups, Fedex.
  • Processed Shipping Orders to ship out warranty units to outside customers via UPS and/or FedEx.
  • Prepare and process packages for UPS, Fedex, Dhl for both domestic and international shipments.
  • Enter Product Documents into Systems Application Program (SAP System Quality Control Inspect Shipping by UPS, FedEx Certified Fork Lift Operator

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6. Safety Procedures

high Demand

Safety procedures are a set of standardized procedures, that ensures minimal to no risk to people, resources, and the work environment. A company follows the step-by-step safety procedures as it they not only keep the customers and the employees safe, but also help in avoiding legal claims.

Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Followed all safety procedures while operating forklifts and other material movement equipment within the warehouse.
  • Executed daily operations of quality/inventory control, safety procedures and packaging.
  • Follow safety procedures and regulations, including wearing special protective gear.
  • Removed old insulation such as asbestos, following safety procedures.
  • Stacked Work In Progress in locations that included warehouse and designated storage, using pallets jacks while following all safety procedures.
  • Disposed of spills using proper safety procedures.
  • Maintain the warehouse in an orderly and clean state; follow all Company safety procedures; perform daily safety inspections.
  • Use forklift to bring products to work area Maintain an efficient loading pace while following quality and safety procedures.

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7. Warehouse Material Handler

high Demand

Here's how Warehouse Material Handler is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Warehouse Material Handler in Dispositions Implemented the defective returns goods dispositions procedures at the Service Operations Support Center.
  • Warehouse Material Handler for Olympus Corporation.
  • Line support and Warehouse material handler
  • Worked as a warehouse material handler for 2012 turnaround at the Marathon Petroleum Plant in Detroit, MI.
  • Moved into role as Warehouse Material Handler within first week.
  • warehouse material handler, kept inventory also supplied production lines
  • Warehouse Material Handler 1 Working knowledge of Material Handling, Filling order, restocking, receiving and maintain records of goods.
  • WAREHOUSE MATERIAL HANDLER Responsible for manual material handling merchandise within the distribution facility.
  • Warehouse Material Handler Pulled orders to be loaded for next day delivery.
  • Warehouse material handler/Maintence cleaning T.s.a certified
  • WAREHOUSE MATERIAL HANDLER UPS/ SPHERION STAFFING ON CALL Material handling.
  • Warehouse Material Handler Audited kits picked materials for orders Inspected materials for damage Maintained proper inventory accuracy Audited paper work for orders

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8. Osha

high Demand

Osha stands for Occupational Safety and Health Administration that is a large regulatory agency based in the USA. This agency was created in 1971 and its basic aim is to ensure safe and healthy working conditions for working men and women. Osha had the authority of doing surprise visits to inspect and examine the working conditions in workplaces. They have been successful in reducing injury rates and improving worker conditions.

Here's how Osha is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Obtained OSHA Forklift certification to safely operate warehouse machinery.
  • Operated forklift according to OSHA safety regulations.
  • Obtained OSHA approved forklift certification.
  • Obeyed Safety rules and regulations set by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
  • Load trucks Cycle counts, replenishment OSHA forklift certification.
  • Helped out my Team in the Warehouse while keeping all situations in a safe manner according to OSHA Specs.
  • Operated within standard operating procedures (SOPs) and OSHA safety standards * Operated Powered Industrial Trucks (PIT).

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9. Delivery Vehicle

high Demand

A delivery vehicle is a means of transport used to deliver all kinds of products. Semi-trailers on land are equipped with a variety of trailers, including box trailers, flatbeds, and other modified trailers, whereas railroad trains have similar specialized cars. Merchant ships on the sea come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Cargo is delivered by freight planes.

Here's how Delivery Vehicle is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Load delivery vehicles according to scheduled routing.
  • Move freight, or other materials to and from storage areas, or delivery vehicles using various types of forklifts.
  • Load delivery vehicles accurately and in a manner in which each stop can be delivered efficiently.
  • Warehouse Materials Handler * Loads and unloads stock from delivery vehicles.
  • Load and unload supplies and equipment to and from delivery vehicles.
  • Moved product between delivery vehicles, staging areas and prepared/received incoming shipments and reviewed contents against purchase order for accuracy.

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10. Production Schedules

high Demand

The project plan of a film or a documentary that highlights how a production budget will be spent over a given period until its completion is called a production schedule. The scheduling process starts with writing and analyzing the script, which is then broken down to determine and allocate the budget for each scene. The production schedule also includes several elements of the film including; cast actors, special effects, wardrobe, special equipment, stunts, extras, silent bits, production equipment, and many others.

Here's how Production Schedules is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Purged and controlled inventory for reporting purposes to upper level management to meet Production Schedules.
  • Coordinated production schedules with management and other department personnel.
  • Weighed materials and products and recordings on tags, labels, or production schedules.
  • Keep production supplied with proper materials so production schedules and deadlines are met.
  • Arrange and coordinate delivery of products based on production schedules.
  • Worked with production schedules to identify needs, ordered and scheduled shipments of raw steel to support manufacturing process.

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11. Appropriate Cases

high Demand

Here's how Appropriate Cases is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Picked appropriate cases according to order and placed orders on carts.
  • Pick appropriate cases according to work orders.
  • Processed appropriate cases according to order Loaded and unloaded pallets and individual cases to/from trailers.
  • Used handheld device and automated voice command to pick appropriate cases for order.

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12. Hand Trucks

high Demand

Hand trucks are also known as a dolly or a two wheeler is an L-shaped, box moving, handcart. The hand truck has two big wheels on one side of the base and has a small ledge that holds the object to be moved. The hand truck is operated manually and has a handle that a person can use to load the boxes into the base and then unload it. It balances the weight of the objects and makes carrying heavy boxes easier.

Here's how Hand Trucks is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Certified forklift operator, used hand trucks, tractors, etc for items to be retrieved daily.
  • Operated forklift/hand truck to load/unload materials, stacked, packed, and sealed for designated areas.
  • Delivered received materials to departments by use of hand truck, conveyor or sorting bins.
  • Utilized forklift, hand trucks, pallet jacks and other warehouse equipment.
  • Utilized hand trucks and manual pallet jacks daily.
  • Certified forklift operator; used forklift and hand truck daily to meet production needs in a timely manner.

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13. Cycle Counts

high Demand

Cycle counts are the procedures used in inventory auditing and enable organizations or businesses to count items in various areas within the organization's warehouse without counting the entire inventory.

Here's how Cycle Counts is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Put away non-inventory items, and organize shelves as needed, perform cycle counts, and send to supervisor.
  • Stocked bins for inventory pull system to support all production builds and performed cycle counts to ensure inventory control.
  • Conduct cycle counts on parts that were processed and shows as a discrepancy from the production line.
  • Maintained 100% accuracy on new material inventory levels and performed random daily cycle counts
  • Delivered product to shipping, daily cycle counts, stock and organized new product.
  • Performed inventory control, cycle counts, shipping/receiving, stocking and maintained shop area.
  • Planned and conducted cycle counts of warehouse inventory; submitted documents for approval.
  • Perform weekly cycle counts to insure inventory is up to date and correct.
  • Maintained inventory of materials, conducted cycle counts and monitored inventory using SAP.
  • Performed annual physical inventory and quarterly cycle counts for all warehouse products.
  • Filled new bills/service repair orders and conducted cycle counts utilizing SAP.
  • Cycle Counts to check all inventory that is available.
  • Performed daily cycle counts to ensure material accuracy.
  • Cycle counts and inventory control in warehouse.
  • Participated in quarterly and annually cycle counts.
  • Inventory and cycle counts of products.
  • Conducted cycle counts and bin location verifications; consolidated inventory as needed.
  • Assured proper availability for order fillers.Carried out bar code scanning and inventory cycle counts.
  • Operated Hilo and walk behind lift unit, preformed daily cycle counts.
  • Conduct Inventory control/Cycle counts thru SAP.

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14. Safety Rules

high Demand

Principles or regulations that ensure the protection of people, objects, or the environment are called safety rules. These rules can be governing actions, devices, or procedures that help in minimizing the risks of loss, injury, or damage.

Here's how Safety Rules is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Cleaned warehouse if needed, followed all safety rules and regulations, Assisted coworkers when needed, on time.
  • Removed recyclables and disposes of trash to ensure safety and efficiency of the line operation.
  • Maintain organization and cleanliness in work area to ensure safety and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs).
  • Complied with all Weatherford Safety Rules, Weatherford Quality Policy, Systems Manual, Operating and Technical Procedures and Workplace Instructions.
  • Complied with company and departmental safety rules and regulations, including proper handling of relevant equipment and machinery.
  • Served a company representative for the safety committee helping to maintain and implement company safety rules and regulations.

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15. RF

average Demand

Here's how RF is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Utilized an automated inventory program; ensure sufficient standard materials remain on hand using the Radio Frequency(RF) gun.
  • Used RF scanners to populate ASN (Auto Shipment Notification) for various customers including Kroger and Target accounts.
  • Inventory, Pulling orders for shipment, Pallet warp using pallet jack, Diverting boxes and Using RF Scanner
  • Scan individual pallet material with RF scanner when offloaded and transport to designated assigned area within the warehouse.
  • Inventory doing physical counts and checking if correct in the computer system using a RF scanner gun.
  • Handed semiconductor test equipment for logic, RF, analog, power, mixed-signal and memory technologies.
  • Stock materials with forklifts load trucks with forklifts use RF guns and SAP to handle returned material
  • Received and counted stock items and recorded data manually and using computer and RF scanner
  • Ship and receive inventory and processed it in the system using a RF Scanner.
  • Operate RF scanners to record shipping information, and deliveries, and signatures.
  • Inspect and maintain all powered industrial equipment and RF equipment in functional condition.
  • Inventory control management and support via RF scanning and an SAP database.
  • Operate RF gun, fill orders and verify items using UPC codes.
  • Selected products for specific routes according to pick sheets or RF scanner.
  • Verify product inventory and zoning via RF scanner and physical counts.
  • Scan and locate Merchandise to designated warehouse location using RF scanners.
  • Performed daily responsibilities with RF scanners equipped with CITRIX software.
  • Used RF Scanners to pull from inventory and pack pallets.
  • Use RF guns to locate and down count inventory.
  • Utilize LXE RF Scanners in tasking of material movement.

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16. Storage Areas

average Demand

Here's how Storage Areas is used in Material Handler/Warehouse jobs:
  • Located and transported inventory from auxiliary storage areas to replenish bins and facilitate the order-filling process.
  • Maintained equipment storage areas to ensure inventory is protected.
  • Move controls to drive electric-powered trucks and transport materials between loading, processing, and storage areas.
  • Picked cases according to order while moving pallet boards, putting them in storage areas.
  • Assisted in maintaining the stock especially the back room storage areas.
  • Picked up empty pallet boards and placed them in storage areas.
  • managed the stacking and storing of these shipments in designated storage areas.
  • Load and unload trucks * Shipping and receiving documentation * Machine operator and picking * Move pallets from trucks to storage areas

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Online Courses For Material Handler/Warehouses

One of the best ways to acquire the skills needed to be a material handler/warehouse is to take an online course. We've identified some online courses from Udemy and Coursera that will help you advance in your career. Since material handler/warehouses benefit from having skills like warehouse environment, customer orders, and customer service, we found courses that will help you improve these skills.

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20 Most Common Skill For A Material Handler/Warehouse

Warehouse Environment15.2%
Customer Orders11.2%
Customer Service8.3%
Warehouse Operations6%
Fedex4.6%
Safety Procedures4.6%
Warehouse Material Handler4.3%
Osha3.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Material Handler/Warehouse

RankascdescSkillascdescPercentage of ResumesPercentageascdesc
1
1
Warehouse Environment
Warehouse Environment
15.2%
15.2%
2
2
Customer Orders
Customer Orders
11.2%
11.2%
3
3
Customer Service
Customer Service
8.3%
8.3%
4
4
Warehouse Operations
Warehouse Operations
6%
6%
5
5
Fedex
Fedex
4.6%
4.6%
6
6
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
4.6%
4.6%
7
7
Warehouse Material Handler
Warehouse Material Handler
4.3%
4.3%
8
8
Osha
Osha
3.8%
3.8%
9
9
Delivery Vehicle
Delivery Vehicle
3.4%
3.4%
10
10
Production Schedules
Production Schedules
3.2%
3.2%
11
11
Appropriate Cases
Appropriate Cases
3.1%
3.1%
12
12
Hand Trucks
Hand Trucks
3%
3%
13
13
Cycle Counts
Cycle Counts
2.6%
2.6%
14
14
Safety Rules
Safety Rules
2.2%
2.2%
15
15
RF
RF
2.2%
2.2%
16
16
Storage Areas
Storage Areas
1.5%
1.5%
17
17
Straight Truck
Straight Truck
1.3%
1.3%
18
18
Raw Materials
Raw Materials
1.3%
1.3%
19
19
WMS
WMS
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
1.1%
1.1%
21
21
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
1%
1%
22
22
Individual Cases
Individual Cases
1%
1%
23
23
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
1%
1%
24
24
Production Areas
Production Areas
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
GMP
GMP
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Assembly Line
Assembly Line
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Data Entry
Data Entry
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Forklifts
Forklifts
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Company Policies
Company Policies
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Unload Trucks
Unload Trucks
0.6%
0.6%
31
31
Quality Standards
Quality Standards
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Company Standards
Company Standards
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Physical Inventory
Physical Inventory
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Fifo
Fifo
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Computer System
Computer System
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Safety Standards
Safety Standards
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Oral Instructions
Oral Instructions
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Purchase Orders
Purchase Orders
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Inventory Levels
Inventory Levels
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Inbound Shipments
Inbound Shipments
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
Forks
Forks
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
LTL
LTL
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Manual Labor
Manual Labor
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Proper Location
Proper Location
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Storage Locations
Storage Locations
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Outgoing Shipments
Outgoing Shipments
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
Ensure Accuracy
Ensure Accuracy
0.2%
0.2%
48
48
Heavy Objects
Heavy Objects
0.2%
0.2%
49
49
Production Floor
Production Floor
0.2%
0.2%

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