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Loading Dock Worker

Concord, NH

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Description

Loading Dock Worker

Pay: $14.50/hour
Shift: 130-10pm    You will be working a weekend day with 1 day off sometime during the week
Work location: Concord NH

Essential Functions:
• Review load sheets for delivery routes and verify correct product(s) and amounts are loaded to assigned trailers.
• Rotate product in warehouse to ensure that the correct coded product is shipped to eliminate waste and minimize returns.
• Continuously check for and remove damaged goods to ensure that only quality product is being shipped to customers.
• Load each product according to assigned specification/diagram safely using a variety of motorized equipment such as pushers, squeeze trucks, fork trucks and pallet jacks. Ensure that the proper load bars are in place and the loads are evenly distributed.
• Send loads that are accurate while maintaining a pace that is efficient.
• Accurately identify, select/pick inventory for loading and staging based on customer load sheets. This process may involve “picking” corrugated and un-corrugated product (up to 45 lbs) from shelves, pushing/pulling of 7’ high cases of products (up to 200 lbs) and other packaged and un-packaged product. Process also includes placing products on wheeled racks 5 ½ feet high and moving throughout warehouse.
• Unload trucks/trailers using a hook or pallet jack. Physical labor involved in this activity varies, but can involve pushing/pulling 7 high milk cases (up to 200 lbs) and metal racks (800 lbs).
• Pull empty and full milk cases stacked 7 high (up to 200 lbs) with repetition.
• Manually remove product from conveyor system, then package and/or stage in an efficient manner to maintain production flow requirements.
• Dispose of returned product by manually dumping into disposal system using repetitive motion.
• Wash trailers/trucks after unloading empty cases.
• Work in a cooperative manner with managers, supervisors and peers.

Physical Requirements
? Ability to move at a quick pace.
? Standing: Long periods (up to 8 hours).
? Lifting: Heavy (50+ lbs): frequently
? Environment: Refrigeration

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