Product Placement Agent
This person is primarily responsible for pulling or ticketing product by performing the following duties.
The job of an order picker may seem simple but it in fact needs a lot of detail orientation as both quality and quantity of “picked” merchandise is of the utmost importance. An order picker will be expected to maintain material handling equipment by noting and reporting any damage or malfunction and managing battery connections for the equipment in question.
Other job duties of this worker may include placing incoming items in the inventory, conduct inventories physically and manage data entry procedures relevant to order picking and inventory duties.
Order pickers are also required to pack and repack orders when necessary and weigh them according to instructions. They need to be vigilant and organized personnel as the need to ensure that inbound and outbound shipments are accurate and free of damage. Since this is a job based in a warehouse, they needs to be able to operate a forklift and possess a license for its operation too. In a highly automated warehouse environment, they will need to be familiar with voice pick systems and be able to manage most maintenance activities himself.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Demand as order requires
Pulls customer orders based on Pick Demand and places on cart.
Assist in maintaining cleanliness of warehouse
Assist in applying special tickets to custom orders
Unpacks products; tickets and repacks products based on customer needs.*
•Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness
•Determines appropriate action beyond guidelines
•Writes clearly. Able to read and write English
•Reports potentially unsafe conditions
•Observes safety and security procedures
•Uses equipment and materials properly
•Able to deal with frequent change, delays, or unexpected events
•Adapts to changes in the work environment
•Attendance/Punctuality — Is consistently at work and on time*
•Must regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
•Regularly required to stand and walk throughout the scheduled shift.