Full-time, Part-time, Temporary Position, Available on: 2023-07-07
The temporary Warehouse Worker helps with both picking customer orders and packing the orders in preparation for shipment. Picking and packing duties can change several times per day depending on the current workload requirements. Orders are picked using a handheld computer in conjunction with Warehouse Management System software. Packing the order involves assessing the order to determine proper carton sizes and appropriate packing methods. Flexibility and a willingness to contribute to a team effort are critical to this position.
• Stage, pick, inspect, gift wrap, pack and ship e-commerce orders as directed by the Shipping Supervisor or Coordinator. Special emphasis should be given to ensure these orders are shipped accurately and in such a way as to avoid damage while in transit.
• Pick customer orders using handheld computer.
• Assess completed orders and determine appropriate packing sequence and materials for the order.
• Pack orders for ground or common carrier shipments using appropriate packing methods to minimize transit damage.
• Generate carton labels using Clippership software
• Keep pick carts and pick/pack areas orderly and clean.
• Observe all safety protocol and contribute to a safe working environment.
• Assist in other Warehouse departments as needed.
• Accuracy in counting, close attention to detail
• Familiarity with computers or willingness to learn; Warehouse Management System (WMS) experience a plus
• Flexibility; able to work with interruptions and changing work priorities
• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
• This job operates in a normal warehouse environment protected from outside weather conditions but exposed to varying temperatures, moving vehicles, and dust.
• This role requires the ability to lift and move objects up to 30 pounds frequently and up to 50 pounds occasionally and requires close visual acuity. Noise level may be loud at times.
• This role requires constant movement, repetitive motion, and use of limbs to stoop, crouch, reach, push, pull, finger, and grasp objects of varying size and texture. Standing and walking for the duration of the work shift and both hearing and talking abilities are required.
Company: Ten Thousand Villages
704 Main St.
221 Forney Dr.
Ephrata, PA 17522
Contact: Anne Brubaker