Distribution Center Loader-2nd Shift (4 pm to 12 am)
Genpak LLC

Jeffersonville, Indiana

Posted in Manufacturing and Production

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Job Info

Operate Forklifts per OSHA requirements to distribute product to customers per orders. Operate Forklifts per OSHA requirements to unload trailers of product and put product in correct locations. Operate Forklifts per OSHA requirements to take product from Sealing Line and put in correct location in the Warehouse. Be committed to SQF, GMP and Food Safety. Perform work under Warehouse Manager.


  1. Must be able to complete trailer inspections reports for all assigned loads per plant sanitation standards.
  2. Operate PIT equipment per OSHA specifications, including daily inspections, 50-pound dock plate secured, trailer wheels are chocked, etc..
  3. Complete all assigned load sheets (Shipping orders) accurately and neatly via. use of Barcode scanners.
    • Accurately pull correct product (including color) and case count requested
    • Ensure all product pulled had appropriate "labels" prior to loading in trailer
    • Cases are stacked in trailer per trailer configuration requirements and trailer is full
    • Accurately Document all product pulled, including bay locations, and loaded onto trailer
    • Document all variations from original shipping order on load sheets to ensure accuracy in Oracle
  4. Notify Warehouse Manager/ Assistant of any "damaged" cases.
  5. Perform Bay Consolidations per Warehouse requirements to include:
    • Reorganization of similar product into one location
    • Restacking of product within a bay due to leaning or falling product
    • To correct Oracle inventory system data
  6. Participate on Annual Physical Inventory Process each year.
  7. Assist truck drivers to include:
    • Trailer location
    • Location of truck driver's restrooms and vending area
    • Paperwork pickup
  8. Perform Housekeeping functions (including your assigned aisle) necessary to keep Warehouse neat and organized on daily basis.
  9. Must be able to meet daily departmental goals that have been assigned by Supervisor or Management.
  10. Operate forklift in a safe and efficient manner around others in departments in a fast-paced work environment.
  11. Operate scanners through the various job tasks in the department such as: shipping, s-line, receiving, and product consolidation.
  12. Must be able to load and unload various size trailers while meeting departmental goals.
  13. Must be affiliated with all aspects of the Warehouse including shipping, receiving, and s-line and able to work in any area when needed.
  14. Must perform daily condition checks on forklifts and turn in.
  15. Report all food safety issues to Supervisor/Manager.


  1. Stationary standing: 40% of the shift.
  2. Walking: 40% of the shift.
  3. Touching/Handling Product: 30% of the shift.
  4. Sitting: 50% of the shift.
  5. Useing Controls/Tools: 100% of the shift.
  6. Reaching-(Hand & Arm): 100% of the shift.
  7. Shifting/Twisting/Rotating core: 100% of the shift.
  8. Climb or Balances: 45% of the shift.
  9. Stoop, Kneel, Crouch or Crawl: 10% of the shift.
  10. Talk or hear: 100% of the shift.
  11. Smell: 5% of the shift.
  12. Ability to lift 75 pounds/Max.
  13. Employees may wear corrective lenses (with protective safety over glasses) PPE or use our Safety Prescription Program (Ask your HR Representative).
  14. Must have close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus

Operating a forklift or other material handling equipment is considered a "Safety Sensitive" function. A Safety-Sensitive Function, as defined by the Company, is one that requires the operation of motor vehicles, forklifts, or motorized warehouse equipment, or one that involves inspecting, servicing, conditioning, controlling, supervising, loading, or unloading such machinery.


The Warehouseman will be responsible for individual compliance with all safety rules, regulations, and policy procedures. Employee's responsibilities include but not limited to:

  1. Compliance with all facility rules and regulations.
  2. Reports any unsafe practices and/or conditions to their Supervisor.
  3. Maintain floor safety discipline by interceding with fellow employees, who may engage in rule violations and/or unsafe, unhealthy activities.
  4. Communicate to Management those employees who persist in violations of safety rules and/or procedures.
  5. Wearing required personal protective equipment (PPE)/properly and reporting any defective PPE.
  6. Report all near misses, accidents, injuries, including Muscular Skeletal symptoms or disorders.


Employees will be working in a Manufacturing and/or Warehouse environment in all types of weather. Conditions may range from and include: hot, cold, humid, loud, working near airborne particles, moving mechanical parts and forklift traffic.


Certifications, Licenses, Registrations

  1. Powered Industrial Truck Certificate (In house training and licensing).
251 Paul Garrett Avenue, Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130
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