Campbell Soup Company Lift Truck Operator in Everett, Washington

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Job Title: Lift Truck Operator

Shift: 2nd/3rd shifts

Department: Warehouse

Location: Everett, WA

Reports To: Business Unit Leader, Warehouse

General Summary

Drives electric powered industrial truck equipped with lifting devices such as forklift, and, clamps, elevating platform, or trailer hitch, to push, pull, lift, stack, tier, or move products, equipment, or materials by performing the following duties.

Principal Accountabilities (list in order of importance and indicate percentage of time spent on each)

  1. Receive raw ingredients and packaging supplies according to specified procurement and quality guidelines

  2. Put-away all raw ingredients and packaging supplies to the appropriate storage locations

  3. Pick and transfer raw ingredients and packaging supplies from warehouse storage to operation departments as requested

  4. Ensure proper rotation of raw ingredients, first expired - first out

  5. Return ingredients and packaging supplies back to proper storage locations after usage

  6. Transfer finished goods to rack locations and/or shipping dock

  7. Pick, following first in - first out, and ship finished goods via shuttles or direct to customer in accordance with all quality and regulatory requirements

  8. Convert ingredients from kilograms to lbs.

  9. Effectively complete all of the above mentioned tasks through the SAP application

  10. Maintain cleanliness of warehouse to include dry, frozen, and cooler storage, and all receiving and shipping docks as well as the finished goods cooler

  11. Maintain strong working relations with warehouse and operations leads

  12. Monitor the accuracy of inventory locations and tags

  13. Effectively communicate inventory discrepancies and other issues to lead and manager as appropriate

  14. Practice safe forklift operating procedures

  15. Maintain food safety practices

  16. Monitor for safe load capacity on storage racks

  17. Monitor safe storage procedures to eliminate workplace hazards

  18. Moves levers and presses pedals to drive truck and control movement of lifting apparatus

  19. Positions forks, lifting platform, or other lifting device under, over, or around loaded pallets, skids, boxes, products, or materials or hooks tow trucks to trailer hitch, and transports load to designated area.

  20. Unloads and stacks material by raising and lowering lifting device.

  21. Loads or unloads materials onto or off of pallets, skids, or lifting device.

  22. Recharges batteries as needed

  23. Performs other tasks as assigned

Required Education and/or Experience

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Must assess at the required WorkKeys Skill level in the following areas:

Level 3 in Reading for Information

ACTs definition for Level 3 Reading for Information is stated as: Level 3 reading materials include basic company policies, procedures, and announcements. They are short and simple, with no extra information. Employees read the materials to find out what they should do. All the information they need is stated clearly and directly, using easy words and straightforward sentences, such as safety rules, operating instructions, and procedure manuals.

Level 3 in Applied Mathematics

ACT's definition of Level 3 Applied Mathematics is: Level 3 problems can easily be translated from a word problem to a math equation. All the needed information is presented in a logical order and there is no extra information given. Solve problems that require a single type of mathematical operation (add, subtract and divide). Change numbers from one form to another (ability to calculate rates, ratios, and percentages). Be able to covert simple money and time units.

Level 3 in Locating Information

ACTs definition of Level 3 Locating Information: Ability to find and insert several pieces of information within workplace graphics such as charts, graphs, tables, forms, flowcharts, diagrams, floor plans, maps, and instrument gauges. Example of this is to navigate computer interfaces to equipment and machinery.

  • Previous work experience in a manufacturing environment, preferably in the food industry

  • Must be available to work overtime and weekends

  • Ability to learn system logic and operate HMI/control panels to teach products and fine tune equipment for minor and major adjustments

  • Self-directed, able to keep oneself busy and flow to the work

  • Ability to communicate effectively with team members and internal/external customers

Physical Demands:

The job requires regularly standing; walking; reaching with hands and arms; climbing or balancing; stooping, kneeling, crouching, bend, twist, or crawling and talking or hearing. Repetitive looking overhead. Must regularly lift or carry small to medium sized items ranging from 10 - 52 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 63 pounds.

Work Environment:

Regularly exposed to wet conditions; moving folk lifts and pedestrians. Exposed to extreme cold temperatures. Some exposed to chemicals when performing sanitarian/ clean up duties. The noise level in the work environment can be loud.

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