Warehouse

Jobletics has helped warehouses become more efficient by covering their staffing needs whenever.
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Warehouse Associate

Warehouse associate jobs are general labor positions in a warehouse. Job duties typically include transporting, stocking, and pulling materials and products. Warehouse associates may be responsible for packing orders, keeping inventory records, and maintaining the warehouse in an orderly fashion.
• Shipping
• Warehousing
• Receiving
• Labeling
• Order fulfillment
• Loading and Unloading
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Package Handler

Package handlers tasks may include preparing, sealing, sorting, loading, and unload packages, including cargo and freight, in a warehouse or shipping depot. Ensures to properly log each package and ensure it is delivered to the right location to be loaded onto delivery trucks. 
• Prepare
• Seal
• Sort
• Pick and Pack

Forklift Operator

Forklift operators operate forklifts and other equipment to distribute, store, and move goods and cargo. This job combines operating heavy machinery while driving through tight spaces, moving freight, and making sure the whole operation is completed safely and efficiently.
• Load and unload products and materials
• Familiar with Case Pick, Pallet Jack and Forklift
• Heavy Lifting up to 50 lbs
• General Cleaning in the work area

Machine Operator

Machine operators are skilled in operating machinery, often specializing in one type of machinery or industry to become an expert. Machine operators also have a general skillset, knowing how to operate a wide range of industrial machinery. 
• Maneuver large, awkward, or heavy parts manually or with a crane
• Setup, operate, and tend machines used to process components
• Install machine fixtures to assure safe operation of the machine
• Maintain machine and work area in a clean and safe manner

Production Technician

Production Technicians are responsible for assembling and testing manufactured goods before they are implemented for internal use or marketed to the general public. They ensure products are working exactly as intended, and are free of defects or others issues. 

• Inventory and load the work vehicle with equipment, products, and supplies
• Set up staging area and equipment for each project
• Maintain a clean and organized vehicle and clean equipment appearance