Distribution Center Receiver Level 2

Prior experience with stand-up reach truck and a narrow-aisle stand-up rider lift trucks
High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
Training and certification on stand-up reach truck and narrow-aisle stand-up rider lift trucks that conforms to OSHA safety training requirements Training will be provided by the company as needed.
Behave consistently with our Core Competencies and focus on safety.
Sign-on to and select the correct work process from a wireless hand-held device.
Utilize a RF hand-held device during the stocking process.
Correctly select product to be stocked from the receiving lanes through use of a wireless hand-held device.
Move product to storage areas with proper equipment and efficiently stack and store the merchandise in the appropriate area as directed by the WMS.
Operate any materials handling equipment safely and efficiently as required.
Receiving UPS is responsible for the accurate checking in and counting of inbound freight.
Ensures that all receiving documents and functions are completed accurately and all products are free of damage.
Operate narrow-aisle stand-up rider lift trucks in performance of stocking duties as required.
Maintain a minimum standard for productivity and accuracy as determined by current company policy.
On a daily basis, inspect and perform minor maintenance on equipment.
Report any damage to electronic hardware, work machines, or the warehouse immediately to a supervisor.
Conduct operations in a manner, which promotes safety.
Comply with OSHA safety standards.
Replace battery on wireless device if needed.
Maintain a clean, neat, and orderly work area.
Assist with consolidation and wrapping of pallets as needed.
Assist in maintaining the security of the warehouse.
Lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned.
Reliable and regular attendance
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday 4:00 AM to 12:30 PM, with overtime as needed.

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