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.
 
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
  • 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.
 OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • 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.
 
EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION:
High school diploma or equivalent required; at least 1 year of warehouse experience using RF scanner and lift truck preferred.
 
REQUIRED ABILITIES: 
  • 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.
 
WORK ENVIRONMENT:
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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