Warehouse 1st and 2nd shift

Location: Solon, Ohio
Date Posted: 05-04-2018
Immediate openings available to join a growing local, family-owned company in the warehouse.  This is a fast-paced environment with responsibilities including shipping/receiving, order picking, inventory and material handling. We have openings on days (5-day workweek) or evenings (4 day workweek Monday through Thursday) and offer great pay, paid time off, holidays, benefits and a 401k plan with matching.  If you have experience operating list trucks, using an RF scanner and process a variety of warehouse transactions, this is a great job for you!

The Inventory Control Operator is responsible for all aspects of warehouse operations under the direction of management and performs all warehouse functions as assigned.
  • Open containers, move, count, bundle and/or label materials in accordance with procedures.
  • Maintain inventory accuracy using available scanner, paperwork and computer system for all transactions.
  • Release, retrieve and transport materials to Production as requested.
  • Ship and receive materials.
  • Load and unload shipments.
  • Process items to be returned to stock.
  • Operate an Industrial Lift Truck and Pallet Jack.
  • Organize warehouse and work station to ensure areas are clean and tidy.
  • Comply with all Company policies and procedures.
  • Follow safe-working practices at all times.
  • Assist with audits and inventory projects.
  • Perform cycle counts.
  • Travel to client sites to put away materials or pick up orders, as assigned.
  • Report to other Company warehouse facilities, as needed.
  • Schedule third party and client carriers for pick-ups, as directed.
  • Other related warehouse duties, as assigned.
High school diploma or equivalent required; at least 1 year of warehouse experience using RF scanner and lift truck preferred.
  • Basic data entry and navigation skills on computer,
  • Ability to communicate and exchange information with others,
  • Ability to monitor a situation to resolve routine problems,
  • Ability to prioritize tasks in changing situations,
  • Detail-orientation,
  • Accuracy in basic math computations,
  • Ability to motivate oneself to complete tasks,
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment,
  • Ability to read and interpret documents and instructions,
  • The trait of being reliable and dependable regularly report to work promptly, as scheduled,
  • Availability to work some overtime during the workweek and/or on weekends,
  • Ability to move frequently about the facility.
  • Ability to position oneself to lift, carry or otherwise move objects weighing up to 50 pounds.
The Inventory Control Operator works in a well-lit factory environment with exposure to shop elements such as moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles and moderate to loud noise.

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