Compile and maintain records of quantity and type of materials, components, equipment and supplies.
As a Forklift Operator at our facility, you will be working with a small team that transports and stores our finished products in our onsite warehouse.
As a Warehouse-Delivery Driver, you will be responsible for receiving and placing inventory into stock, picking and packing orders for delivery, timely and accurate delivery and/or pickup of goods to specified locations, loading and unloading trucks and trailers, warehouse housekeeping, and inventory control.
Oversee parts rooms including cleanliness, organization, and reduction of non-utilized parts. Maintains and organizes parts inventory and shop supplies for stocked items
Greet customers and load warehouse products, yard products, and eComm merchandise. Provide product information and keep warehouse and yard areas clean and orderly. Unload, check in, and stock warehouse and yard area merchandise.
A Warehouse Associate is responsible for receiving and recording all incoming parcels as well as sending reprocessed devices to customers based on orders received.
Prepare castings and test materials for shipment to customers. Assure that quantities, part numbers, serial numbers, I.D. markings, piece counts, and all necessary inspection documents, test bars, x-ray film, packing slips, etc. are correct and complete per PCC and customer specifications.
Position supports the manufacturing process. As parts complete a required operation, the expeditor will deliver them to the next operation/department.
The Warehouse Lead will oversee a group of employees in the Warehouse department. A person in this position will work in the room a majority of the time with the employees and will be the first line of leadership for those employees.
This is an entry-level manufacturing position that requires operating equipment in a fast-paced environment.