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Distribution Clerk 1- Equipment Order Pickers/Forklift Drivers

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The Bradford Group

854 Golf Lane, Bensenville, IL 60106

 

We are seeking DISTRIBUTION CLERKS- EQUIPMENT ORDER PICKERS/FORKLIFT DRIVERS 

 

Order Pickers

Shift:6:30 am to 3:00 pm (Monday thru Friday)

Starting Wage $14.00+/hour plus overtime

Ability to operate an order picker is required

Picking orders and prepare them for shipment

 

Forklift Drivers

Shift: 6:30 am to 3:00 pm (Monday thru Friday)

Starting Wage $14.00+/hour plus overtime

Ability to operate an order picker is required

 

Job Summary 

Responsible for assisting in support of all functions within the distribution environment to include shipping, receiving, and warehouse functions.  Responsible for completing routine assignments by following set directions in performing specific departmental duties at a productive level.  Works under immediate supervision and relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the job functions.

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities 

80%- Warehouse Operations

RETURNS

  • Performs in packing, material handling and transporting, inventory, returns, and other various warehouse functions as needed or assigned.
  • Properly packs a variety of items into cartons, boxes, and similar containers for shipment.  Repack products pack, label and product verification.
  • Follows detailed instructions as to sizes and type of containers, use of packing details, and packing procedures.

SHIPPING/RECEIVING

  • Load and unload containers of product and material in shipping and receiving areas.
  • Load shipping lines and label product.
  • Use material handling equipment to transport materials, supplies, and equipment between designated areas.
  • Assists shipping/receiving in stocking product
  • Delivers stock from warehouse to processing area as directed.
  • Other duties as needed

Required Qualifications

  • 0-1 year of work experience in general warehouse environment
  • High School diploma or equivalent; or equivalent work experience

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Good basic math & reading skills
  • Ability to follow detailed instructions
  • Experience on a production line is a plus

Preferred Qualifications

  • Work experience in a distribution/warehouse environment
  • Cherry Picker, Stand-up, Sit-down 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Good hand dexterity
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