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Material Handler


Job Type


Salary/ Pay

1st Shift - 7 positions
2nd shift - 6 positions

About the Role

This position is responsible for the routine and repetitive material handling responsibilities within the manufacturing facility.

• Ability to work independently.
• May be required to have forklift certification.
• May be required to read and understand blueprints.
• Basic computer knowledge required. 3. EFFORT (Physical Demand, Mental or Visual Demand)
• Job cannot be performed alternating sitting and standing.
• Requires ability to use hand and foot controls.
• Requires ability to reach overhead, lift up to 35 pounds, and be on feet for long hours, stooping, bending, pulling and pushing.

RESPONSIBILITY (Equipment or Process, Material or Product, Safety of Others, Work of Others)
• Responsible for the continuous supply of materials to one or more production or assembly areas.
• Responsible for “kitting” materials on the production line to ensure all parts of order required are at point of origination to keep line moving at steady pace.
• Responsible for picking parts from Kanban or storage areas and placing the parts into a storage bin (kit).
• Ensures correct parts are kept in the appropriate quantities to support production and assembly requirements.
• May take parts from inventory area and ensures Water Spider is kept stocked at appropriate levels of inventory.
• Performs repetitive material supply functions following detailed work direction and guidelines.
• May operate forklift truck or hand truck for delivery or picking of parts and supplies.
• Sorts and counts parts and supplies and logs inventory.
• Inspects parts for damages or defects; records discrepancies or damages and notifies supervisor and/or purchasing personnel.
• May trace or track lost parts and supplies.
• May maintain department database, prepare routine reports, and file kitter records.
• Follows established departmental policies, procedures, and objectives, continuous quality improvement objectives, and safety, environmental, and/or infection control standards.
• Ensures proper care in the use and maintenance of equipment and supplies; promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and environmental practices.
• Document material movement using computer tablets.
• Establishes and maintains a safe and healthful working environment in accordance with OSHA requirements.
• Performs other tasks as may be requested to assure the effective and continuous utilization of assets.

JOB CONDITIONS (Working Conditions, Hazards)
• Safety shoes and safety glasses are required.
• Work is performed in a manufacturing and assembly line environment.
• Proper use of various lifting devices required.
• Requires ability to reach overhead, pull, push, and climb a ladder to perform work.

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