Warehouse and Fulfillment | Pacoima, CA | Full Time
Summary of Position:
The Stand- Up Forklift Driver will be responsible for performing shipping, receiving unloading, assembly, and other forklift warehouse duties. This role includes working with other warehouse team members.
- Pull daily product orders.
- Load & unload trucks.
- Assist putting away product once unloaded via dolly, four wheeler, pallet jack, stand-up forklift.
- Assist in counting product at the time of loading and unloading trucks/orders.
- Wrap orders with stretch wrap and other packaging supplies as needed.
- Maintain a clean and safe work environment.
- Stack items on pallets.
- Move pallets to different areas of the warehouse as needed while operating stand-up forklift.
- Operate a stand-up forklift to move furniture pieces to various locations
- Assisting other employees within Distribution Center and other departments or areas as needed.
Required Skills & Experience:
- Works well with others and independently.
- Possess strong communication skills both verbally and written.
- Must have experience on a stand up reach in the past 6 months.
- Must be able to drive in narrow aisles and open floor space.
- Must have ZERO accidents on background.
- Must be able to identify the names or colors of previously driven tow motors.
- Must be able to follow all OSHA safety guidelines when driving the motor.
- Must be organized and high attention to detail.
- Must be able to use a pallet jack.
- Ability to meet or exceed predetermined goals.
- Quickly adapt to change.
- Must be able to stand/drive for 8 or more hours a day.
- Must be able to read product and shelving labels at a distance.
- Must be able to frequently twist, reach, bend, and squat and lift up to 70 lbs.
- Must be able to perform essential functions (with or without an accommodation) without posing a "direct threat" to the health and safety to self or others.
- The Company reserves the right to alter, change, abolish and even combine jobs depending upon changing conditions.
No recruitment agencies, please