Standard Textile has been inspiring care, comfort, and change in our communities since 1940. While our business is creating innovative textiles, it's our purpose that guides the solutions we offer and drives how we treat our customers, our associates, and the impact we make in our communities. We hold ourselves to a higher standard. A higher standard for why we exist, for how we create, and for what's next.
The Shipping Clerk will be responsible for packaging and shipment of orders, communicating with internal and external customers.
Plan and direct activities to load and ship priority goods.
Relay special instructions to Distribution Associates regarding sensitive orders at the facility.
Communicate with Corporate Transportation Department to order truckload carriers based on skid count, weight, as well as estimated pick-up time.
Monitor urgent orders to ensure immediate attention.
Communicate with corporate office on time-sensitive orders requiring immediate shipment to ensure customer satisfaction.
Communicate supply inventory of shipping materials and other necessary products.
Maintain a safe and productive work environment.
Count goods according to WO's requirements
Other duties as assigned
High School Diploma or equivalent
Forklift experience/license or certification.
Reading comprehension, math skills, phone skills, communication skills
Fluency in English and Spanish languages
Basic computer experience, including knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook)
Ability to bend, lift, stoop and carry 70 lbs
Standard Textile is proud to announce it has been selected as a 2021 and 2022 US Best Managed Company. Sponsored by Deloitte Private and The Wall Street Journal, the program recognizes outstanding U.S. private companies and the achievements of their management teams.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Employment in production occupations is projected to decline 4 percent, with a loss of about 423,200 jobs from 2019 to 2029. Technological advancements are expected to continue to replace many of the manufacturing workers that make up a large share of the production occupations. Fewer workers are expected to be needed in the manufacturing sector as many processes have become computer-controlled.
According to BLS, the median annual wage for production occupations was $37,440 in May 2020, which was lower than the median annual wage for all occupations of $41,950.
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