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Warehouse Utility (3rd Shift)

at TriMark Corporation

Posted: 9/29/2019
Job Reference #: 329

Job Description

Location:
TriMark Corporation

Job Code:
2019-26

# of Openings:
1

3rd shift

Warehouse Utility

Starting Wage: $14.50 per hour there is also a $2.00 per hour shift premium so it woudl start at 16.50.

Objective

To accurately receive, verify and accept shipments of parts and supplies and maintain and process all assigned documents in a current and complete status.  To prepare all outgoing goods for prompt and accurate shipment according to established procedures, timetables and special instructions.  To locate and stage inventory as required for sub-contract and production.  To move material from one department to another, in order to meet operational flow, or locate into inventory when required.

To locate and do physical count of parts as a basis for maintaining accurate inventory levels; to ensure a smooth flow of material through the facility 

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Unloads and accepts shipments, verifies received shipments against BOL, notifying Supervisor as required for assistance in resolving discrepancies or other problems.
  2. Keeps accurate job records by entering components, finished goods and their traceability into inventory to prevent and ensure parts are not misplaced. Does a visual check while performing their daily duties, notifying QA of any problems.
  3. May be required to pull from inventory assemblies and parts to aid in packaging of finished product and/or goods to prepare for shipment, taking note of any special shipping instructions, bar-coding, package restrictions or additional label requirements.
  4. Is required to check messaging system and act accordingly to ensure non-stoppage in production areas. These tasks may include dumping scrap steel, providing empty tubs or pallets and locating finished product.
  5. Helps keep work area in a cleared and orderly condition to minimize safety hazards and lost-time accidents. Is required to be actively involved in 5S standards.
  6. Orders or advises Supervisor of required supplies needed to perform job objective.
  7. Follows established safety procedures and policies at all times.
  8. Maintains a good attendance record.
  9. Removes obsolete inventory from storage and assures proper disposal.
  10. Accurately weighs and determines parts and counts for sub-contract jobs, and stages steel used for production utilizing FIFO.
  11. Stage production packets component parts for required production areas as prepared by PIC production job. Esnuring correct components are staged for each job thus eliminating the chance of scrap/obsolete/excess inventory. Oldest inventory should be used first ensuring a FIFO system is maintained. Be sure to perform all computer transfers when moving parts from a location in the warehouse to the staged area of the production department. Advance operation status after parts are staged alerting P & IC and appropriate production area that the job is staged and also to assist the cycle counts of inventory.
  12. Return unused inventory not required by the production packet to the proper area ensuring that all documentation is complete and accurate.
  13. Returns empty tubs to proper departments for use in upcoming production jobs.
  14. Assists with completion of request from inventory control personnel for physical counts of specific parts and materials to facilitate reworking, ordering and other special needs.
  15. Places received inventory into warehouse locations and ensures all documentation is complete and accurate.
  16. Maintains upkeep of Design/Sales Utility Area, disposing of cardboard and scrap.
  17. Responsible to perform his or her job functions in a manner that supports TriMark's mission, vision and values in order for the company to attain its strategic and growth goals.

Skills, Abilities, and Experience Required

Thorough knowledge of parts and materials used in manufacturing operations, as well as some blue print reading

Ability to follow verbal and written instructions and any special instructions related to receiving parts and supplies, shipping to customers and returning of any goods

Ability to work cooperatively with other employees and help train new hires within the department.  Is also required to work closely with Procurement and P&IC.

Ability to work accurately performing PC functions, mathematical calculations/conversion and scale operations

Knowledge of the parts numbering system, inventory control procedures and the various operations and departments which produce or modify parts.

Ability to recognize parts and their corresponding part numbers.

Skill in operating a forklift in a safe and approved manner.

Knowledge of the location of various production stations where parts are being used and the appropriate production state of eachpart. 

Must have ability to do multiple tasks and work with frequent interruptions.

Judgment Required

To determine accuracy and general quality of goods received and signed for.

To recognize and reconcile discrepancies and to realize when assistance from Supervisor is required.

To ensure records are completed accurately and completely, following through to obtain corrected information.

To ensure customer and supplier data is properly inputted into system for prompt delivery and payment of orders.

To recognize when special handling is required when loading or off-loading raw materials, chemicals or oversized freight.

To establish the location of parts in a minimum amount of time.

Working Conditions

Must be available to work overtime and weekends as required to meet the company’s business demands.                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

Generally good, with some exposure to adverse weather and road surfaces when loading or unloading outside.  Working area is normally dry with temperatures normal for the season.  Dock area becomes cold in winter when prolonged loading and unloading occurs (10 minutes or more) and requires additional clothing.  In the warmer months, the floor on the dock will sweat and extreme caution is required when operating forktrucks.  Noise levels are between 50-80db.

Uniform safety practices consist of safety shoes, safety glasses, and gloves or other protective equipment as needed for safe handling of shipments.  This area requires normal or corrected vision, normal depth perception and peripheral vision of 180 degrees and no color deficiency.  Hearing protection is not required but is available.

Physical Effort

Bending -

Floor level

Stooping -

25% of time

Squatting -

Intermittently

Twisting -

90 degrees

Turning -

180 degrees

Reaching -

Full reach

Lifting -

75# or more

Pushing/Pulling -

75# or more

Standing -

40%

Sitting -

20%

Walking -

40%

Climbing -

All heights

Grasping -

Moderate to heavy


Bending -


Floor level


Stooping -


25% of time


Squatting -


Intermittently


Twisting -


90 degrees


Turning -


180 degrees


Reaching -


Full reach


Lifting -


75# or more


Pushing/Pulling -


75# or more


Standing -


40%


Sitting -


20%


Walking -


40%


Climbing -


All heights


Grasping -


Moderate to heavy



Bending -


Floor level



Stooping -


25% of time



Squatting -


Intermittently



Twisting -


90 degrees



Turning -


180 degrees



Reaching -


Full reach



Lifting -


75# or more



Pushing/Pulling -


75# or more



Standing -


40%



Sitting -


20%



Walking -


40%



Climbing -


All heights



Grasping -


Moderate to heavy