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Lead Order Puller, 2nd Shift, Illinois in Sauk Village at Behr Process Corporation

Date Posted: 2/9/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Sauk Village
  • Job Type:
    Logistics
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    2/9/2018

Job Description

JOB SCOPE/ SUMMARY:

  • Provide training and direction for the order puller and ensure related operating equipment is used properly and safely

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Provide training to new employees regarding the proper handling and correct procedures in order pulling.


Provide a quality check for damages, misinformation, and any discrepancies with an order, so as to ensure that all products are arranged properly and that they arrive in the proper condition when they arrive to the customer.


Coordinate the loading of products onto pallets and returning the pallets to the wrapping area.


Provide the transport of products to and from different work locations.


Maintain established safety and work procedures in order to properly log and move orders.


Complete Inspection of pallets for proper stickers, addresses, and labeling and display positioning.


Maintain updated and accurate information on bill of lading and be sure to return promptly to the order ship desk.


Maintain accurate and complete product orders.


Maintain a clean and organized work area.


JOB QUALIFICATIONS:


EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION/TRAINING:

Some production or equipment operation experience is desirable


KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES RECOMMENDED FOR POSITION:

Ability to operate rider jack, forklift, hand jack or a power hand jack in effort to obtain correct products

Possess clear understanding of order pulling, data entry, maintenance, safety and recordkeeping

Possess a clear understanding of spill clean‑up procedures

Ability to lift and move items of considerable weight


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:


May periodically operate forklift and shrink wrap machine

Required to wear and use appropriate safety gear including boots and back belt

Required to work more than 8 hours in a workday or 40 hours in a workweek as required by supervisor