Warehouse Associate II – 1st Shift


Warehouse Associate II

1st Shift – $18.06/hr.

Job Summary:

Receives, stocks and distributes material, tools, equipment, and products within establishments.   Responsibilities include those of a Warehouse Associate I with additional administrative requirements as follows:

Roles & Responsibilities:

Weighs or counts items for distribution within plant to ensure conformance to company standards.

Operates material handling equipment such as fork truck, electronic counting/weighing scales, UPS parcel scale and meter to transport stored items from warehouse to production or other areas within the plant for shipment.

Loads and unloads incoming and outgoing freight using material handling equipment.

Shipper generates all required documents including the pick list and any transfers for the product in order to pick, pack and ship the product out the door. Print labels as needed for product being sent to the DC on transfers. Responsible for entering the data into SAP at the end of the day for any product leaving the building.  Print any bill of ladings needed for truck shipments. Must work with Customer Service to resolve packing and/or picking slips that will not print or are on blocks that prevent shipping confirmation.

Coordinates the scrap truck pick-up process with warehouse administrator to arrange for the truck to be picked up when ready for transport.

Order shipping supplies, return empty high-hats to supplier, RTV (return to supplier)

Maintains Inventory Locator Card by physically counting or through cycle counts as required.

Other duties may be assigned.

 Physical Requirements:

While performing the duties of this job the employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 35 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 900 pounds with assistance of material handling equipment.

 Preferred Skills:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have a strong knowledge of SAP Inventory transaction, Purchasing transactions, Customer Service and shipping screens. Must know how to interpret error messages associated with the items that are being blocked from receiving the items in or shipping the items.  Experience with UPS shipments is a plus.  Must be able to operate fork lift equipment and have ability to climb a ladder.