General Position Summary: Under direction of the Receiving Supervisor the Reach Truck Operator is responsible for operating the industrial Reach Truck to perform various material handling assignments. This includes but is not limited to identifying and transporting product to and from storage areas to overhead racking.
Responsibilities to include:
- Performs safety checks on Reach Truck machines before the beginning of every shift and prior to use.
- Transportation of product from receiving dock to bulk storage areas, and overhead racking.
- Assisting order selectors with large pallet orders by transporting loads from bulk storage to the specified staging areas for breakdown and shipment.
- Pulling and staging product to be re-worked in packaging area or stocked into inner picking areas.
- Transfer all material movement onto the RF Scanner maintaining accurate item and quantity detail per location.
- Responsible for rack area pulling locations replenishment.
- Maintain all movement and productivity requirements.
Necessary Job Skills and Requirements:
- One year of prior experience working in a fast-paced multiple level rack storage warehouse as a Reach Truck Operator preferred
- Adding and Subtracting (general math skills)
- Must understand RF Scanner Functionality
- Excellent communication skills
- Prior experience using a Reach Truck and Two Way Radio
Education and Experience:
- High School Diploma Preferred
- Reach Truck Certification Preferred
The warehouse is an open to the outside and may be hot or cold depending on the current weather conditions.
Essential Physical Tasks:
The Reach Truck Operator must be capable of operating an automatic transmission Reach Truck. A large percentage of time will be spent standing, while driving. Additional this position requires the ability to sit, walk, stoop, reach, and bend. Due to the constant activity and use of moving equipment this position also requires good eye hand coordination and normal hearing to avoid injury or collision. The operator must have the ability to grasp, and hold. They must be able to withstand repetitive motion with both their hands and feet. On occasion this position will require the ability to lift and or carry up to 50 lbs.