The Pick Pack position is responsible for picking, packing and/or processing pick/pack items, speed picks, single item orders, chip cage items and picking and/or processing ready-ship items as well as picking, and/or processing orders for the Configuration and Enterprise areas. This position is also responsible for loading the outbound trailers using a brick-method of stacking and LTL items.
Key Areas of Responsibility
Pick and process pick/pack, speed picks and ready ship product using a hanging QC station or portable RF scanner, including placing non-conveyorable product in designated areas for pick up.
Maintain conveyor flow by keeping the conveyors and sensors clear.
Pack boxes using bubbles or other packing material to ensure a secure shipment.
Place non-conveyorable product in designated areas for pick-up.
Inspect boxes and product for visible damage before shipment, including ensuring proper size and fit and correct if necessary, including inspecting fragile items for proper over-packing with bubble bags.
Manually load trailers in freight area while correctly verifying and matching shipping labels to carrier trucks.
Notify management of problem boxes or situations to ensure a swift resolution.
Maintain supplies for the area, including but not limited to: filling the bubble machine media and making or requesting additional boxes.
Ensure utilization of transport totes for smaller boxes.
Quality control check boxes from weight variance and troubleshooting lanes.
Housekeeping – placing garbage, boxes, popcorn, bubble wrap in the dumpsters and keeping the area clean at all times.
Lift and carry up to 50 lbs. occasionally and up to 40 lbs. frequently with or without assistance (team lifting is encouraged for items weighing over 50 lbs.).
Perform 8 or more hours of standing, walking, bending, lifting, and carrying products in combination at any given time.
Forklift Drivers must be able to perform 6 or more hours of operating a forklift.
Utilize a pallet-jack to move product or skids for picking or processing.
Rotate throughout the Shipping Department performing various shipping functions, and may be asked to rotate to other job functions in the warehouse, including cross-department functions, for training and operational purposes.
Demonstrated ability to perform 8 or more hours of standing, walking, bending, lifting, and carrying products in combination at any given time.
Demonstrated ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
Accurate counting ability.
Excellent organizational skills with critical attention to detail.
Solid verbal communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate with all stakeholders.
Demonstrated ability to manage changing warehouse temperatures and a high noise level.
High School diploma or equivalent.
Previous warehouse experience.