Warehouse Material Handler - 1st Shift

U.S. Venture, Inc. - Alsip, IL (30+ days ago)3.4

A Material Handler is primarily responsible for unloading & receiving inventory, pulling orders & staging the product in the correct location. Product consists primarily of auto tires, auto parts, and oil cases & drums. Position will require pulling products from shelves and loading/unloading trucks in a timely and efficient manner to meet customer service expectations. Material Handler 2 is an intermediate position. Associate can resolve most questions and problems, and refers more complex issues to the team, supervisor or manager. May include back-up driver duties.

This position is for U.S. AutoForce, a division of U.S. Venture, Inc.

A scheduled start time and end time will be established between the core hours of 3:30 am - 1:00 pm. The ability to work overtime is required.

Primary duty is unloading trailers, receiving inventory, and picking product.

Unload product from trailers by hand or using appropriate warehouse equipment.
Check in product completely and accurately using RF scanners

Associate will pick orders either from the ground or using appropriate warehouse equipment, and stage the product in the correct location. Associate must meet picking accuracy and speed requirements after training period is over.

Other Job Requirements Include:
Load trucks using good judgment regarding use of space and product safety
Demonstrate safe work behaviors in all assigned tasks
Operate power equipment, including powered industrial trucks (forklifts) and high reach lifts
Back-Up route driver

1 year of work experience
18 years of age
A valid driver’s license and good driving record, as needed
Must arrive on time for work consistently
Good memory and able to work accurately with lengthy part numbers
Basic reading and math skills required
Above average scanning accuracy
Ability to follow directions and safe operating procedures
Neat and well organized
Ability to lift up to 80 pounds depending on the location, and work at heights of 20 feet on a regular basis
Ability to push and/or roll tires up to 400 pounds
Ability to be trained and use powered industrial trucks (forklifts) and high reach lifts
Work on his/her feet for extended periods of time
Willing to work overtime as needed