Forklift Driver/ Material Handler



Greenfield, Indiana| Contract| $14.50 hr|  1st/2nd shift


Continental Inc. is looking to hire experienced Forklift Driver in Greenfield, Indiana. 

As a Material Handler, you will use material handling equipment and the warehouse management system to build pallets of product for shipment, receive product into the warehouse, put away product in the fill locations and replenish product into slots.



Forklift Driver Requirements:

  • Safely and efficiently utilize warehouse material handling equipment
  • Utilize RF units and pick tickets, and receiving documentation
  • Build stable, well-built and accurate pallet loads for shipment
  • Ensure item pick accuracy and safety of product to prevent damage
  • Understand pallet layers, heights, and counting methods used when working with pallets of product
  • Read and understand product descriptions, packaging and pick ticket messages
  • Consistently meet established company production and service level standards
  • Utilize good housekeeping processes
  • Utilize effective food safety measures
  • Utilize warehouse processes to minimize damage and other areas of waste
  • Inform supervisor of any differences in case quantity and/or product description
  • Wrap the pallet by circling load with roll of plastic wrap until secure



Forklift Qualifications/ Education/Experience/Skills:

  • High school diploma or general equivalency degree required
  • Previous experience in a warehouse or with heavy lifting preferred
  • Meet minimum requirements on pre-employment testing, including physical ability tests
  • Ability to lift up to 60 pounds continually during shift
  • Ability to consistently meet minimum production standards and company service levels
  • Must obtain proper powered industrial truck certifications during initial training phase
  • Ability to understand and follow both written and verbal instructions
  • Ability to operate pallet jack and other required materials handling equipment (MHE)



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