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Production personnel will follow directions from operations management. Duties will change daily and may consist of, but are not limited to: sorting product for quality and size, processing product, packaging and labeling, and general warehouse cleaning. First, second or third shifts are available.
Shipping employees will follow directions from the warehouse lead, supervisor, and manager. Duties will change daily and may consist of, but are not limited to: assembling of customer orders, loading outbound trucks, assisting in breakdown of inbound product, inventory counting, and general building maintenance.
Receiving employees will follow directions from the warehouse lead, supervisor and manager. Duties will change daily and may consist of, but are not limited to: unloading of inbound trucks, verifying counts on inbound POs, inspecting inbound product quality, labeling inbound product, slotting inbound product, inventory counting, assisting QC, QA and shipping when necessary.
Drivers work five days a week including some weekend days, and are home every night. Duties change daily and may consist of, but are not restricted to: operating and maintaining company vehicles and equipment; loading and unloading; and working in shipping and receiving. Drivers are representatives of the company, therefore they must promote a positive image to anyone they interact with during the process of transporting and delivering. This includes customer service and good communication with reps of other companies, such as receiving personnel at customer facilities. Drivers are responsible for the product they transport, so some product knowledge is necessary, along with the ability to ask questions of the supervisor.
Drivers will be required to do some repetitive lifting of 10-80 lbs and may be on their feet for eight to ten hours a day. Loading and unloading involve use of vehicles, pallet jacks and forklifts, therefore sufficient vision and hearing are required to safely operate the equipment. Driver will be required to maintain current DOT health cards and pass random drug and alcohol tests. Also necessary are the ability to read and write English and some general computer knowledge.