Things you should know about working as a Logistics Operator VI (Switcher CDL Required):
Support successful logistics operations through movement, loading, unloading, and delivery of product and materials using a wide variety of material handling equipment at highly proficient level (examples: forklift, HiJaw, pallet jack, switcher.) Operate various support systems and equipment to document logistics activity (examples: palletizer, pallet wrapper, dock equipment).Relieve operators in variety of positions to support uninterrupted plant/logistics operations.
What would success look like?
- Conduct "blind receiving" process to ensure accurate billing/accountability for loads received.
- Handle receiving documentation (manifest, bill of lading) in accordance with established procedures
- Load trucks/trailers in accordance with applicable documentation and in correct sequence
- "Lock" loads as applicable to prevent shifting/falling
- Update inventory management system(s) to reflect changes in inventory status
- Build pallets/orders as needed/directed to support successful order fulfillment
- Candidate must be able to obtain; a valid medical examiners certificate (medical card) with Interstate non-expected classification and a Class A license for the State hired. Interstate non-expected does not allow for State approved medical waivers
- Ability to proficiently relieve employees in a variety of logistics positions
- Ability to obtain Interstate CDL permit and the ability to pass and maintain D.O.T. physical requirements
- Ability to quickly assess the status of logistics processes/systems, take immediate responsibility, take appropriate actions and make appropriate decisions.
- Comprehension of basic safety principles including proper lifting and use of personal protective equipment
- Advanced forklift skills (single-wide/double-wide, HiJaw, Cascade).
- Forklift/Pallet Jack certification
- Switcher operation certification
- Rudimentary mechanical skills
- Complete forms (handwritten and/or computer-based) to document activities/results
- Intermediate math skills
- Capacity to assess order ("pick ticket") and determine an appropriate order configuration on a pallet.
- Thorough understanding of elements contributing to logistics productivity
- Capacity to assess order building/loading workflow and choose optimum pick/load path
- Capacity to simultaneously manage multiple processes to support overall system efficiency
- Operation of logistics inventory management system(s)
- Ability to consistently count received product/materials and compare to manifest with a high degree of accuracy
- Ability to consistently load trucks in accordance with documentation with a high degree of accuracy
- Possess strong communication skills
- Interstate Commercial Drivers License (CDL) or permit
- Minimum High School Diploma or Equivalent
AM Shift: Tuesday-Saturday 6am-2:30pm
PM Shift: Monday-Friday 6pm-2:30pm