Graphics Group, An RR Donnelley Company, has an immediate opportunity for a Material Handler in Bindery Operations.
Read work order or follow verbal instructions to determine materials or components. Feed or pile down materials at equipment. Jog product off stacker and stack neatly on pallet in bindery or mailing area. Assist operator of offline and auxiliary binding/finishing/packaging equipment such as stitcher, film wrapper, flatbed cutter, and/or drill. Separate signatures by hand based on customer specifications. Count, weigh, and record number of units of materials moved or handled on daily production sheet. Complete packing slips to ensure accurate tracking. Install padding to prevent product from shifting or damage in transit. Attach identifying tags or labels to materials or mark information on cases, bales, or other containers. Convey materials from storage or work site to designated area, using hand truck, electric dolly, or other device. Operate automated equipment and/or powered industrial vehicle or electric hoist to assist in loading or moving materials and products. Perform manual and clerical duties related to the shipment of finished product via parcel carriers (FedEx and UPS), internal freight fleet, or third party LTL carrier. Maintain necessary documentation and files. Other duties as assigned.
Good knowledge of general warehouse layout, item identification codes, warehouse procedures, and the storage areas in order to be able to place or pull paper stock and materials in accordance with standard procedures. Able to stock, move, arrange, and rotate items in accordance with operating instructions. Able to complete appropriate forms relating to stock description, quantity, unit of issue, and the labeling requirements for incoming and outgoing materials. Requires familiarity with routine operating procedures of equipment which can be set up and operated following a few step by step instructions and the skill to operate the equipment. Requires skill to perform minor clerical tasks incidental to the operation of the equipment (e.g., maintain machine operating and maintenance records, etc.), and skill to perform routine maintenance such as cleaning and lubricating the equipment. Able to identify improper machine operation and make basic adjustments. Good skill in the use of shrinkwrap equipment, manual dollies, pallet jacks, carts, or hand trucks. Verbal and written communication skills. Internal and external customer service skills. Able to effectively follow work directions. Able to safely operate or learn to safely operate powered industrial vehicles. Able to follow safety procedures and work safely. Able to lift up to 50 lbs, walk, stand, sit, bend, stoop, twist, push, and pull up to 8 hours/day.