Job Location: Augusta
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The OSHA Whse Certified is responsible for transporting products, packaging and raw materials to and from production lines, packaging areas, and trailers. Organizes packaging and return areas, loads or unloads trailers.
Ways you will make a difference
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
§ Completes forklift driver's daily checklist form. Replenishes fluids and generates maintenance work request forms for repairs needed.
§ Maintains safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
§ Picks and stages packaging and supplies at work sites.
§ Receives materials from production by verifying and identifying information and quantity of materials, placing materials in inventory.
§ Load and unload trailers.
§ Verifies case/pallet counts and patters. Reports any discrepancies to the floor and/or the department supervisor.
§ Knowledgeable of all Material Handler duties and responsibilities.
§ Conducts assigned work in a safe manner and adheres to BBPC safety methods.
§ Adheres to all BBPC established GMP's.
§ Assist in inventory reconciliation process.
§ Maintains a clean and neat work area at all times.
§ Maintains inventory control system by tracking, moving, and shipping the product using "SAP system" and/or Excel spreadsheet.
Skills that will make you successful
§ Must be able to operate a stretch-wrapper.
§ Must possess good written and verbal communication skills. Must be able to communicate in English.
§ Promote teamwork, possess a good attitude, and exhibit flexibility and willingness to perform task as needed.
Experiences that will support your success
§ Ability to operate a Reach and Standup forklift truck and/or hand jack.
§ Ability to speak, write and read English.
§ Ability to work overtime as needed.
§ Ability to work with minimum supervision.
§ Able to lift up to 60 lbs.
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