Warehouse/Forklift
Location:
Redwood City , California
Posted:
October 21, 2017
Reference:
USA_380331
Primarily packing and staging tasks, but will take someone with warehouse experience if available.

General Job Description: Ability to work and communicate in a team environment, sharing all team activities. Activities include putting inventory away in specific locations, pulling inventory according to picking instructions, boxing, packaging orders and shipping orders, preparing truck manifests, and the transportation of material from manufacturing to distribution. Supporting these activities you will be required to operate a variety of equipment including forklift, bobtail, and order picking equipment to heights of 20 feet, spooling, and boxing equipment. Team members will also be expected to work in a variety of areas and take initiative to flow to the area of need. All team members shall be detail oriented with the ability to continuously refer to alpha-numeric part numbers.
Data Entry - Repetitive motion - Required - Typically 2.5 hours mixed throughout day.
Put away - Returning product to shelf (rack). Requires estimated combination of 80% forklift use and 20% hand stacking boxes weighing 10 - 110 pounds. Heavy boxes are not manually lifted, rather re-positioned without lifting onto a pallet or shelf. Use of RF equipment.
Picking - Removing lightweight ( Packing - Includes stacking e-reels (10 - 110 lb.) with pneumatic hoist and using lift tables at transition points. Also includes manually placing small items into boxes and over-packing into larger cartons.
Shipping - Primarily labeling and processing shipment in ERP system. Light computer is required work to process a shipment using a combination of mouse clicks (59%), scans (5%), and keystrokes (36%). On average 20 - 50 shipments are processed per day, per shipping operator. An average shipment takes 1 minute to process.
Spooling - Transferring e-reels (10-110 lb.) from pallets to pay-off equipment using pneumatic hoist. Manually traversing up to 20 cuts (~3 minutes per cut) a day. This requires standing and light cable guidance onto smaller reel. Transfer finished e-reels into boxes with pneumatic hoist.
Staging - Finished shipment staged by forklift, hand-stack, and/or use of pneumatic hoist onto pallets.

Manpower USA

Posted September 22, 2017
Warehouse/Forklift
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Industry
Manufacturing and Production

Advert ID
USA_380331

Location
Redwood City

Job Type
Temporary

Hours
Full-Time

Salary Range
USD15.00-16.00/hr

No. of Openings
1

Branch Information
Silicon Valley, CA - (USA) 2960 Stevens Creek Blvd CA San Jose , CA - 95128 Phone : 408-241-4900

ContactNumber
408-241-4900

Job Description
Primarily packing and staging tasks, but will take someone with warehouse experience if available.

General Job Description: Ability to work and communicate in a team environment, sharing all team activities. Activities include putting inventory away in specific locations, pulling inventory according to picking instructions, boxing, packaging orders and shipping orders, preparing truck manifests, and the transportation of material from manufacturing to distribution. Supporting these activities you will be required to operate a variety of equipment including forklift, bobtail, and order picking equipment to heights of 20 feet, spooling, and boxing equipment. Team members will also be expected to work in a variety of areas and take initiative to flow to the area of need. All team members shall be detail oriented with the ability to continuously refer to alpha-numeric part numbers.
Data Entry - Repetitive motion - Required - Typically 2.5 hours mixed throughout day.
Put away - Returning product to shelf (rack). Requires estimated combination of 80% forklift use and 20% hand stacking boxes weighing 10 - 110 pounds. Heavy boxes are not manually lifted, rather re-positioned without lifting onto a pallet or shelf. Use of RF equipment.
Picking - Removing lightweight ( Packing - Includes stacking e-reels (10 - 110 lb.) with pneumatic hoist and using lift tables at transition points. Also includes manually placing small items into boxes and over-packing into larger cartons.
Shipping - Primarily labeling and processing shipment in ERP system. Light computer is required work to process a shipment using a combination of mouse clicks (59%), scans (5%), and keystrokes (36%). On average 20 - 50 shipments are processed per day, per shipping operator. An average shipment takes 1 minute to process.
Spooling - Transferring e-reels (10-110 lb.) from pallets to pay-off equipment using pneumatic hoist. Manually traversing up to 20 cuts (~3 minutes per cut) a day. This requires standing and light cable guidance onto smaller reel. Transfer finished e-reels into boxes with pneumatic hoist.
Staging - Finished shipment staged by forklift, hand-stack, and/or use of pneumatic hoist onto pallets.


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