Guest Supply, LLC

Warehouse Worker - 1st Shift

US-IL-Carol Stream
3 weeks ago(1/4/2018 10:13 AM)
Job ID
2017-1594
# of Openings
1
Category
Warehouse

Overview

The Warehouse Worker is responsible for the following warehouse activities including but not limited to: selecting, shipping, putaway, replenishment, consolidation, count checks, loading of trucks.

Responsibilities

  • Select customer orders using Vocollect Voice Recognition Technology: Uses various powered industrial equipment to perform the following:
    • Select, palletize and convey product to staging area for shipment to customers.
    • Meet company Productivity and Accuracy goals to ensure excellent customer service.
    • Wrap pallets by machine or hand to ensure stability.
    • Load outbound shipments in a way so that they are stable to ensure safety and avoid product damage
  • Putaway:
    • Conveying of items from the Receiving area or Staging area to Home, Overflow or Bulk locations
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  • Replenishment, Item Demand, Count Checks and Consolidation of items in the warehouse:
    • Convey items from storage locations to Home/Bulk locations
    • Consolidate like items in storage locations to maximize warehouse space
    • Count inventory to make sure product quantities are correct in the locations
  • Warehouse Housekeeping and Safety:
    • Clean dock areas & all assigned aisles in accordance with warehouse policy
    • Comply with all Safety regulations and standards

Qualifications

  • 2-4 years’ experience working in a warehouse environment
  • Proficient in the operation of Powered Industrial Trucks such as stand-up reach truck or sit-down truck and other industrial equipment (i.e., double pallet jack). 1-2 years’ related experience preferred.
  • Warehouse Management System (i.e., WMS-HighJump/PeopleSoft) experience preferred.
  • Experience with RF or Voice devices preferred but not required.
  • High School Diploma or GED

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