Warehouse Team Member Job in Bonner-West Riverside, MT
PRODUCTIVITY BONUSES OF UP TO $600!
REQUIRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND TRAINING:
The worker must be able to read, write, and comprehend the English language, understand and follow warehouse practices and procedures, and be able to pass a drug screen and criminal background check.
This job primarily involves the selection of customer orders from the various areas/pick zones. This may also include the staging and or loading of orders for shipping as directed by supervisory personnel.
The worker will receive on-the-job training by supervisory personnel.
Read work orders on wrist scanner or receive oral instructions to determine work assignments.
Attach identifying tags to containers or mark them with identifying information.
Wrap load with plastic wrap, by hand or with wrapping machine.
Load truck for delivery.
Secure cargo for transport, using load locks.
Check all load-related documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate.
Stock in-coming freight.
*Potential to earn a bonus each payroll for productivity*
Drive chariot and forklift, requiring certification.
Equipment Used to Perform Job:
Wrist scanner , printers and RF gun.
2 wheeled handtrucks, manual and motorized pallet jacks, chariots, forklifts.
Smart Wrapper wrapping machine.
Significant Worksite Measurements:
Reach heights: Reaching to low levels, reaching overhead to high levels, and all levels in between, is performed when picking product to load.
Lift heights: Totes and boxes, of varying dimensions and weights are lifted from ground to 72 inch height.
Freight weights: Crates, cases, boxes and totes weigh between 5 lbs and 60 lbs.
Step height : Steps of step stool / ladder are 10 inches.
Critical Physical Demands:
Lifting: Crates, cases, boxes and totes, weighing up to 35 lbs are lifted frequently, and weighing up to 60 lbs, are lifted rarely, from ground / floor level to 60 inches height (5 totes stacked).
Lifting: Boxes and product weighing 5 lbs are rarely lowered from shelves above 72 inches.
Carrying: Crates, cases, boxes and totes, weighing up to 35 lbs are carried frequently, at waist level, a distance of less than 50 feet. Cases of yogurt and liquids, weighing up to 60 lbs are carried rarely, at waist level, a distance of less than 50 feet.
Lifting and reaching: Occasional handling of crates, cases, boxes and totes, by bending to reach low levels, reaching overhead to high levels, and all levels in between, is performed when picking product to load.
Hand grip force: Hand grip force of at least 50 lbs in dominant hand, and 50 lbs in non-dominant hand is necessary to grip the handles of the handtruck, and repetitively handle freight, stock and product.
Pulling: Occasional pulling a 2-wheeled handtruck on level surfaces requires 50 lbs of pull.
Pulling: Occasional pulling a pallet jack on level surfaces requires 75 lbs of pull.
Pushing: Occasional pushing a pallet jack on level surfaces requires 50 lbs of push.
Crouching or kneeling occasionally to reach lower shelves.
Climbing / Balancing: Occasional climbing stairs. Occasional climbing step ladder with a 10 inch step, using arms and three points of contact, to handle product on shelves.
Frequent and quick use of hands and feet, while handling product.
Frequent walking and standing, while handling product.
Warehouse temperatures range from minus (-) 20 degrees in the freezer, to 115 degrees outdoors in the truck van in the summer.