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Become A Reach Truck Operator

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Working As A Reach Truck Operator

  • Operating Vehicles, Mechanized Devices, or Equipment
  • Inspecting Equipment, Structures, or Material
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Handling and Moving Objects
  • Getting Information
  • Unpleasant/Hazardous Environment

  • Stressful

  • $32,090

    Average Salary

What Does A Reach Truck Operator Do At Randstad

* Experience operating , Cherry Pick, Reach Truck to move material throughout the distribution center
* Receiving, unpacking and routing incoming loads of materials to storage locations in distribution center
* Prepping orders to ship to customers using RF scan guns to access order information
* Replenishing pick locations throughout the warehouse.
* Walking, standing, bending, and lifting up to 50 lbs. in a non-air conditioned distribution center
* Must be able to meet production and quality standards while working in a fast-paced environment
* Working hours: Flexible, 5 hour shifts on 1st and 2nd shift, also Saturday

What Does A Reach Truck Operator Do At Masco Corporation

* Complete pre-shift procedures and documentation in accordance with established process
* Ensure equipment batteries are charged at breaks, lunches, end of shift
* Scan bar code labels, locate cases, pull case list, split/move cases, direct storage, pack-in/out, fill active and case pick and direct re-slot procedures.
* Must be able to work cross-functionally in other departments as needed including, but not limited to, working as a Material Handler, Picker and/or Palletizer.
* Consistently meet daily productivity and safety goals within the department.
* The ideal candidate will possess:
* High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required.
* Three to six months experience and/or training in a distribution environment preferred.
* Must understand basic inventory movement, transactions and distribution systems.
* Experience with RF technology in a WMS environment preferred.
* Prior Stand Up/High Reach experience within the last six months preferred.
* Knowledge of WMS preferred.
* Title:
* Reach Truck Operator
* Weekend Shift Storage
* Full or Part Time:
* Full
* Time
* Category:
* Supply Chain

What Does A Reach Truck Operator Do At Kelly Services

* Using a standing reach truck to resupply picking stations
* Loading/Unloading/Receiving and other duties as necessary.
* IDEAL CANDIDATE:
* Reliable
* Hardworking
* Honest
* Safety Oriented
* Come to Kelly Services 8104 National Turnpike Ste 103 Louisville KY Mon
* Fri 9am to 2pm to apply

What Does A Reach Truck Operator Do At Lineage Logistics

* Completes daily forklift maintenance/check sheet
* Positions forks, lifting platform, or other lifting device under, over, or around loaded pallets, skids,boxes, products, or materials, and transports load to designated area
* Puts away palletized units by raising forks for placement into four or five high racks
* Picks palletized units out of four or five high rack locations and stages for outbound shipment
* Inventories materials and records weight, counts, and condition of frozen food items via an RF system
* Loads or unloads materials onto or off of pallets, skids, or lifting device
* Recharges, maintains proper water levels, and cleans batteries
* Why Lineage:
* This is an excellent position to begin your career path within Lineage! A career at Lineage starts with learning about our business and how each teammember plays a part each and every day to satisfy our customers’ requirements.
* Beyond that, you’ll help us grow and learn on our journey to be the very best employer in our industry.
* We’ll ask you for your opinion and ensure we do our part to keep you challenged and engaged as we grow our business.
* Working at Lineage is energizing and fun.
* Like being with friends, we understand respect and care about our team members.
* We believe in keeping you informed whether it’s at our daily start-up shift meetings, or our annual team member opinion survey - we want our team together and aligned

What Does A Reach Truck Operator Do At Maines Paper & Food Service

* Responsible for the safe and efficient operation of a Reach Truck.
* Put-a-way of received product.
* Replenishment of pick slots, in areas assigned.
* Follow safety/sanitation methods of procedures set in operations.
* Correct and accurate rotation of product by specified dates.
* Operation of other equipment as required.
* Comply with safety policies and procedures.
* Wear required personal protective equipment.
* Complete special projects and other duties as assigned

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How To Become A Reach Truck Operator

Education and training requirements vary by the occupation. Crane operators and excavating machine operators usually have several years of experience in related occupations, such as construction equipment operators or hoist or winch operators.

Education

Although no formal education is usually required, some companies prefer material moving machine operators to have a high school diploma. For crane operators, excavating machine operators, and dredge operators, however, a high school diploma or equivalent is typically required.

Training

Most material moving machine operators are trained on the job in less than a month. Some machines are more complex than others, such as cranes as compared with industrial trucks such as forklifts. Therefore, the amount of time spent in training will vary with the type of machine the operator is using. Learning to operate a forklift or an industrial truck in warehouses, for example, may take only a few days. Training to operate a crane for port operations may take several months. Most workers are trained by a supervisor or another experienced employee.

The International Union of Operating Engineers offers apprenticeship programs for heavy equipment operators, such as excavating machine operators or crane operators. Apprenticeships combine paid on-the-job training with technical instruction.

During their training, material moving machine operators learn a number of safety rules, many of which are standardized through the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) and the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA). Employers must certify that each operator has received the proper training. Operators who work with hazardous materials receive further specialized training.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

A number of states and several cities require crane operators to be licensed. To get a license, operators typically must complete a skills test in which they show that they can control a crane. They also must pass a written exam that tests their knowledge of safety rules and procedures. Some crane operators and industrial truck and tractor operators may obtain certification, which includes passing a written exam.

Work Experience in a Related Occupation

Crane operators and excavating machine operators usually have several years of experience working as construction equipment operators or hoist and winch operators. 

Important Qualities

Alertness. Material moving machine operators must be aware of their surroundings while operating machinery.

Hand–eye–foot coordination. Material moving machine operators should have steady hands and feet to guide and control heavy machinery precisely. They use hand controls to maneuver their machines through tight spaces, around large objects, and on uneven surfaces.

Mechanical skills. Material moving machine operators make minor adjustments to their machines and perform basic maintenance.

Visual ability. Material moving machine operators must be able to clearly see where they are driving or what they are moving. They must also watch for nearby workers, who may unknowingly be in their path.

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Reach Truck Operator Demographics

Gender

  • Male

    88.4%
  • Female

    10.1%
  • Unknown

    1.5%

Ethnicity

  • White

    80.3%
  • Hispanic or Latino

    11.4%
  • Asian

    6.3%
  • Unknown

    1.4%
  • Black or African American

    0.6%
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Languages Spoken

  • Spanish

    83.3%
  • Polish

    5.6%
  • Tongan

    5.6%
  • Filipino

    5.6%
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Top Skills for A Reach Truck Operator

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Top Reach Truck Operator Skills

  1. Electric Pallet Jack
  2. Stage Product
  3. Safety Procedures
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Selected to train new employees on electric pallet jacks and reach trucks.
  • Load, unload, move, stack and stage product and material using a stand up forklift.
  • Operated a reach truck following all safety procedures.
  • Operated reach truck and fork truck Stocked incoming products Loaded and unloaded trucks Picked and pulled orders Worked in freezer
  • Load and unload trucks and put inventory away on racks in warehouse.

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