forklift operator in sacramento

posted
job type
temp to perm
salary
US$ 14 per hour
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job details

posted
location
sacramento, california
job category
Manufacturing & Production
job type
temp to perm
salary
US$ 14 per hour
reference number
S_660242
phone
916-774-4700
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job description

Are you an experienced forklift operator looking for a new warehouse position? Do you like making extra cash with overtime? If so, we need you for a warehouse facility in one of the metro area's manufacturing facilities.

Responsibilities:
As a forklift operator you will drive a powered industrial truck to move heavy goods. In a fast paced manufacturing warehouse, you will perform tasks associated with moving goods from one place to another. You might load and unload trucks or be asked to supply production areas with product or remove finished goods to a warehouse storage area. You may also inspect lifts before use and participate in training sessions for license renewal.

We also need you to check inventory, execute product counts, weigh or tag product, and use a handheld barcode scanner. Other tasks could involve wrapping loads with a shrink wrapper, loading goods onto and off a truck, and light cleaning of the warehouse.

Working hours: 6:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Skills:
- Operating a forklift to maneuver through the warehouse to move products
- Using wireless RF scanning equipment to ensure accuracy of inventory
- Adhering to quality standards set forth by the company
- Inspecting and performing maintenance of forklifts and other material handling equipment
- Identifying safety hazards in the workplace
- Maintaining concentration over a long period of time
- Completing and passing forklift requirements as directed by OSHA

Qualifications:
- High school diploma or GED preferred
- At least two years of recent forklift experience
- Current certification required
- Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and a sense of balance
- Dexterity, strong hand-eye coordination with attention to detail and accuracy
- Attention to safety precautions and common sense

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skills

- Operating a forklift to maneuver through the warehouse to move products - Using wireless RF scanning equipment to ensure accuracy of inventory - Adhering to quality standards set forth by the company - Inspecting and performing maintenance of forklifts and other material handling equipment - Identifying safety hazards in the workplace - Maintaining concentration over a long period of time - Completing and passing forklift requirements as directed by OSHA

qualification

- High school diploma or GED preferred - At least two years of recent forklift experience - Current certification required - Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and a sense of balance - Dexterity, strong hand-eye coordination with attention to detail and accuracy - Attention to safety precautions and common sense

responsibilities

As a forklift operator you will drive a powered industrial truck to move heavy goods. In a fast paced manufacturing warehouse, you will perform tasks associated with moving goods from one place to another. You might load and unload trucks or be asked to supply production areas with product or remove finished goods to a warehouse storage area. You may also inspect lifts before use and participate in training sessions for license renewal. We also need you to check inventory, execute product counts, weigh or tag product, and use a handheld barcode scanner. Other tasks could involve wrapping loads with a shrink wrapper, loading goods onto and off a truck, and light cleaning of the warehouse.

educational requirements

No Degree Required