Shipping & Receiving Associate (10am - 6pm)

Operations Mounds View, Minnesota


Description

POSITION DESCRIPTION

 

DATE:  November 2018

DIVISION: Woodcraft

JOB TITLE: Shipping & Receiving Associate

DEPARTMENT: Shipping & Receiving

REPORTS TO:  Production Supervisor

JOB LEVEL: 4

Based upon the attached position description, the following are the requirements for the above listed position:

Essential Functions

In Order Of Importance

% Of Time Required

Job Requirements/Skills

1.  Loading Trucks

40%

Loading trucks, pulling/pushing upwards of 200 pounds per wheeled cart daily. Up to two to four hours of lifting per shift depending on order size. Up to 15 carts per truck.

2.  Computer Skills

35%

Learn, understand and navigate our ERP system (Syteline/CSI) including shipping, picklist, receiving, etc. Complete shipments and verify via ERP system. Receive incoming product, verify accuracy and fix discrepancies.

3.  Communication / Safety

15%

Demonstrate effective communication skills and active listening skills. Interact effectively with all areas throughout the company. 

Recognize safety issues and report them in a timely manner.  Always use the proper PPE and safety equipment required in the department.

4.  Transport Goods

5%

Takes initiative to learn the timing of each department to determine when finished good flats need to be transported from the department into the shipping area to be scanned out. Ability to use forklift and/or walkie rider.

5.  Continuous Improvement (Lean)

5%

Recognize and eliminate waste in production areas, good organization and housekeeping skills (5S.)  Take active role in continuous improvement culture (lean).  Contribute one quality, safety, and productivity idea per month.

6. Primary Backup

As needed

Cross train in all areas of Shipping & Receiving department and occasionally in other departments as needed. Ability to back up other team members as needed.

 

Essential Physical and Mental Requirements

Job Summary:  Load trucks and ship a variety of window grille products per customer specifications using selected trucking companies and couriers. Complete all necessary shipping documents as required.

Physical:  (sitting, walking, climbing, lifting, etc.) Working with mechanical parts and machines, oils and solvents, glues, and a dusty environment. Any hazardous chemical is specifically defined on accessible material safety data sheets.

Climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping, and occasional repetitive motions.

Medium Work:  Exerting up to 200 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently and/or negligible amounts of force constantly to move object.

Sensory:  (visual, hearing, speaking, smell, etc.)  Feeling, seeing, hearing, speaking, eye and hand coordination.

Mental:  (reading, writing, reasoning, analyzing, learning, etc.)  Skill in reading measuring devices, problem solving, communication, and interpersonal communication sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.

Minimum Qualifications:  (Education/Experience, Skills)  High School diploma or equivalent (G.E.D), three or more months of logistics experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above. Intermediate computer skills requiredSyteline/CSI experience is a plus.

 

Current Incumbent’s Signature

 

Date: 

Supervisor’s Signature

 

Date: 

H R Manager’s Signature

 

Date: 

 

Prep By: DES

Appr. By: SJR

Iss. Date: November 2018

Rev. Date:

Job Grade: 4

Job Points: 268

 

 

 

FACTORS

SUBSTANTIATING DATA

DEG

PTS

Education or Trade Knowledge

Use simple arithmetic. Work from prints, sketches, setup sheets, specifications, instructions. Must have computer and problem solving skills.

3

42

Experience

Over 3 months and up to and including 1 year to become familiar with details of shipping and receiving operations, company products, part numbers, and terminology.

2

44

Initiative and Ingenuity

Diversified work. Use of judgement to plan, perform and make decisions as to the sequence of setups, operations and processes within the limitations of recognized or standard methods and procedures.

3

42

Physical Demand

Medium work. Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently and/or negligible amounts of force constantly to move objects.

3

30

Mental and/or Visual Demand

Continuous mental and visual attention; usually repetitive work or diversified operations requiring constant alertness or activity.

3

15

Responsibility for Equipment or Process (1990 Costs)

Careless operation in handling of equipment may result in damage.  Probable damage over $2,500 but seldom over $5,000.

4

20

Responsibility for Material or Product (1990 Costs)

Error or carelessness in work may result in damage to material or product. Probable damage over $2,000 but seldom over $4,000.

4

20

Responsibility for Safety

of Others

Lack of care operating truck may result in lost time injuries to others. Normal care required to prevent accidents.

3

15

Responsibility for Work

of Others

Responsible for own work only, or occasionally for 1 person.

1

5

Working Conditions

Good working conditions. Exposed to dirt, dust, heat, noise, oils but not to the extent of being objectionable.

2

20

Hazards

Exposed to lost time hand, foot injuries when handling material, operating baler, fork truck, possibility of burns from heater, checking truck battery.

3

15

 

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