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Warehouse 2

Company Name:
Precor Inc.
Job Descriptions:
POSITION SUMMARY
The Shipper / Receiver is responsible for receiving and storing parts in the warehouse and accurately packaging and shipping parts to customers in an efficient and timely manner to ensure customer satisfaction.
Regular working hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with the possibility of mandatory overtime.
Areas of responsibility include pulling, boxing, and shipping parts, and area maintenance.
SCOPE OF POSITION
This position reports to the Logistics Manager. Position involves interaction with customer service phone reps to receive orders for shipping, and other customer service staff as needed.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Quality
Actively pursues continuous improvement and ease of doing the tasks of the position to meet or exceed department needs and to further overall company goals and objectives.
High level of accuracy when identifying and pulling correct parts, to meet or exceed customer's expectations.
Responsible for understanding Precor's Safety Policy and for practicing safe work habits on the job. Attends regularly scheduled department safety meetings.
Receiving
Opens containers and unpacks and examines incoming shipments
Compares identifying information and counts, weighs, or measures items of incoming shipments to verify information against bills of lading, invoices, orders, or other records.
Rejects damaged items and shortages, and stores rejected items in the designated area
Records amounts of parts received or distributed.
Labels incoming orders with part number, quantity and a description of the part
Routes items to various departments and buildings.
Schedules the pick up of materials with other departments and buildings
Sorts and places materials or items on racks, shelves, or in bins in predetermined locations.
Pulling Parts
Receives part orders and verifies correct information per order.
Uses
computer
system to locate and pull correct parts.
Picks customer orders from stock
Conveys orders to packing station using powered industrial trucks (forklifts, scissor lifts, reach lifts or vacuum lift) or hand truck or pallet jack
Labels materials with identifying information including part number and quantity
Labels smaller containers with correct part number when parts are pulled from bins.
Rejects and takes appropriate action for any inconsistency between order placed and parts stocked/pulled.
Confirms order contains the correct part numbers and quantity of parts to match the transfer documentation.
Sorts orders as necessary for correct priority.
Boxing Parts
Verifies correct parts pulled according to packing slip.
Assures parts are identified/identifiable as they are placed into boxes.
Accurately fills out packing slip.
Boxes parts as appropriate: assembles box, packs items with cushioning materials for shipping, and seals box, using automatic tape and packing machines, tape gun, and pneumatic staple gun. Lifts box from boxing table and places on gravity belt, or otherwise positions packages for shipping.
Shipping
Reads packing slip to determine proper carrier, (i.e. UPS, Federal Express, US Mail, motor freight), based on packing slip and/or size of order.
Removes box from gravity belt and places on appropriate scale. Weighs box, enters information into scale, places carrier-shipping label on box, and puts box into appropriate shipping bin.
Completes paperwork, including verification of parts shipped, and shipment type. Initials completed paperwork.
Files daily reports in appropriate place.
Responsible for shipping parts out internationally, using proper paperwork, (C.O.O, Custom Invoices, Chamber of Commerce Signatures, and International Waybills.)
Accurately uses Barcode equipment to track shipments.
Computer Entry
Enters packing slip shipping information into the computer, adding freight costs as appropriate.
Verifies information on packing and freight method.
Area Maintenance
Keeps area neat and in order.
Keeps area stocked with supplies. Includes lifting roll of packing material from floor onto packing machine.
Other duties as required by position.
Required Experience:
JOB SPECIFICATIONS
Any equivalent combination of education and experience, which provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job, will be considered.
Education:
High School diploma or GED.
Experience:
Minimum one year shipping experience
Other manufacturing experience helpful.
Competencies
Takes a "no excuses" approach to making things happen.
Demonstrated knowledge of:
Safety procedures
Ability to:
Read, write and speak simple English as appropriate in a manufacturing environment
Verbally communicate with manager, leads and co-workers regarding department procedures and safety related information.
Listen to others and appropriately act on information provided
Work with specific instructions (either written, verbal, physically demonstrated or diagrammed).
Perform basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division calculations.
Accurately count parts, pick orders, pack required parts and ship parts
Safely and effectively operate powered industrial trucks (forklift, scissor lift and reach lift)
Safely and effectively operate department tools including but not limited to: paper-packaging dispenser machine, tape dispenser, electronic scale, pneumatic staple gun, various carts (hand truck and pallet jack), computer, keyboard and mouse.
Recognize and correct errors according to training
Perform repetitive or short-cycle work.
Use a computer to enter information and print shipping orders
Prioritize work tasks according to department requirements
Work effectively under pressure or deadlines.
Work effectively in an team environment
Work in a fast-paced, changing environment
Act in a courteous and professional manner at all times
OTHER
Strong communications skills and an inquisitive nature are encouraged.
Basic math, reading, and communication skills.
Must be able to comply with Precor Attendance Policy.
May help in all other warehouse areas.
Must be certified to drive forklift.
Must have clear, readable handwriting.
Must be able to keep up with fast-paced, time-sensitive operations, shipping up to 300 packages per day.
Typing skills helpful, but not mandatory for shipping station, which produces computer-generated labels.
WORKING ENVIRONMENT
Work is performed indoors in a heated modern factory space. Ambient working temperature may range from 50 F - 90 F, depending on season. Work area is clean and free from wet, slippery conditions.
Employee is required to wear personal protective equipment such as safety glasses, safety shoes, hearing protection and gloves. Respirator may be required if applicable.
Potential hazards
Potential hazards may include working with moving parts (machines guarded per OSHA rules), nip points, basic material handling, use of ladders/small platforms, exposed to potential sharp edges on parts/stock/pallets, flying particles, lifting, repetitive motions (upper extremities), working near forklifts, reach lifts, electric and manual pallet jacks, trucks, docks and aerial platforms. All lift drivers must be certified. Moderate noise exposure (70-85 db, hearing protection provided).
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Must be able to stand for long periods of time with intermittent walking
Able to lift, from floor to chest level, up to 40 lbs consistently of frequent duration, or move heavier without lifting and using the aid of engineered lifts, i.e., vacuum lift.
Able to handle cumbersome awkwardly shaped boxes.
Keyword: shipping, logistics
From: Precor Inc.

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