High Lift Operator Long Term Contingent 2nd Shift
Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
High Lift Equipment Operator
Equipment Operators lift and stack merchandise onto/off conveyor lines, semi-trailers, pallets or other storage containers and racks within the Distribution Center. Equipment Operators carry out their duties using a variety of powered industrial equipment that may include: forklifts, stand-up forklifts, order selectors, or other equipment. Operate power equipment at least 80% of working hours. Equipment Operators are also responsible for handling full cases of product, including consistent lifting of cartons and merchandise onto and off conveyor lines, pallets and other storage containers. Maintain and verify documentation and information to facilitate flow of merchandise through the Distribution Center.
Must possess the ability to:
Comprehend and follow written, verbal and computer delivered direction.
Utilize math skills to verify quantities, make adjustments, fill out worksheets and complete order paperwork correctly.
Operate Warehouse Management System (WMS), radio frequency scanners, and other equipment needed to perform job duties.
Solid attention to detail, ability to follow directions and apply problem solving skills
Ability to identify product and match numbers.
Ability to operate forklifts stand-up forklifts, order selectors and other equipment.
High school diploma or equivalent preferred.
Must be at least 18 years of age
Previous experience in a distribution center environment helpful.
Must maintain flexibility regarding job assignments, including other departments, brands, locations, and mandatory overtime.
Meet productivity standards after successfully completing training.
Must be a team player and able to work well with others.
Comply with all safety, hazardous material and OSHA training, rules, and reporting; ensuring a safe work environment.
Ability to stand continuously for long periods of time, up to 10 hours per day.
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. Or more up to 50% of the working hours; lifting may be above or below shoulder level.
Ability to push, pull, bend, twist, squat, climb, kneel, and stoop on a repetitive basis.
Ability to utilize hand/eye coordination and manual dexterity to include grasping and holding.
Ability to function at high levels as required.
Ability to successfully complete power equipment training.
Valid Drivers License.
Typically reports to DC Supervisor, no direct reports.