Warehouse Operators are highly trained and skilled with the ability to operate in all areas, facilitating a highly flexible workforce structured to support the business needs. Warehoussing Operators will support all warehouse operations including palletizing/pallet-tagging, finished goods conversion, receiving and shipping of finished goods and packaging components, packaging material handling, bulk glass depalletizing, case erecting, and carton make-up.
- Willingness to learn all operating tasks as defined by the Training Program.
- Assist with education and training of permanent and/or temporary replacements.
- Operators can function in any warehouse area, including packaging materials and finished goods.
- Perform start-up procedures, safety checks, and end-of-shift/shutdown checks and procedures.
- Complete all applicable SAP transactions for finished goods and raw materials including receiving, inventory and shipping.
- Perform receiving procedures of finished goods and raw materials, including quality inspections.
- Perform truck loading and unloading procedures including paperwork execution.
- Perform order check verification processes and documentation.
- Responsible for communicating all downtime and quality defects to the responsible parties for timely and accurate Harford data entry and proper escalation processes.
- Audit daily production counts by shift and report to Warehouse Manager or Team Leader on duty.
- Participate in Clean Inspect and Lubricate (CIL) event execution and CIL tagging activity.
- Responsible for case pattern changeover associated activity including rail adjustments.
- Execute finished goods conversion activities including repack, wash, and re-label bottles into proper shippers in accordance to defined quality standards.
- Mark shippers with proper information (i.e. material code, batch identification, etc.).
- Execute various reporting activities as required by the department operations.
- Must be able to select/prepare samples from bottling line or reconcile from stock when line is not in operation.
- Ability to clearly communicate with team members especially during high risk operations.
- Forklift safety and certification or experience in the operation of a powered industrial truck.
- Able to distinguish the difference in numeric and alphabetic sequences.
- Material handing experience.
- Basic computer skills, including Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel - Experience in SAP is a plus.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Mechanical aptitude.
- Must be at least 21 years of age.