Shipping Associate

 

SUMMARY:

The Shipping Operations Colleague is responsible for the day-to-day tasks of shipping, including all required paperwork, preparing and labeling items for outgoing shipments.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Generates paperwork and prepares products for shipping; determines method of shipment; enters bill code and address in appropriate shipping vendor computer system; prints shipping label.
• Gains knowledge of all the different customer requirements such as SED requirements, specific paperwork for government shipments, warranty repairs, barcodes, etc.
• Ability to provide advance ship notices and barcodes to our customers through their websites/portal.
• Provide/manage Freight resources, including chemicals.
• Review government contracts for cage code, modifications, packing requirements and WAWF specifics.
• Works closely with Finance to ensure all required processes, documentation and reporting is completed as required.
• Ability to perform Oracle transactions, insure data integrity and pull required reports.
• Operates hand truck to load and unload shipments from trucks when required.
• Point of contact for our Records Retention storage at Rogers Service Group. Maintains records for the facility on the filing contents that are stored at Rogers. Creates bar codes and ensures accurate labeling on boxes.
• Assists in the writing and updating of shipping procedures, protocol and checklists.
• May be required to be a final inspector, depending on business needs.
• Assist with training of new personnel on Shipping tasks.
• As an internal customer of Operations and the Service Center, shipping personnel provide strong customer service in assisting these departments to meet the business needs.
• Must be cross-trained to provide backup support to Receiving and Stockroom areas.
• Participates in meetings to determine work priorities.
• Demonstrates commitment to customer and business focus in areas such as quality of work, attendance and productivity. Overtime may be required to ensure shipments are picked up and business needs are met.
• Adherence to company policies such as safety, respect for others, integrity and workplace rules.
• Willingness to attend additional training, either OJT or off-site training recommended by the management staff to further personal development.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
• High School Diploma or GED.
• Two (2) Years prior experience in Production and/or Manufacturing. Experience in shipping environment desired.

SKILLS:
• Effective interpersonal, communication and collaboration skills and abilities to facilitate effective teamwork with others
• High attention to detail and accuracy in counting skills.
• Proficient computer skills and ability to use Microsoft Office applications, specifically Word, Excel and Power Point.
• Aptitude to learn Oracle and other internal computer systems. Aptitude to navigate customer portals and comfortable working on the computer and internet.
• Ability to prioritize under dynamic conditions and during stressful situations.
• Ability to solve problems and issues.
• Develops and encourages original, creative and successful approaches to issues; continually improves processes; takes smart risks.
• Motivated individual, fast learner, and capable of working independently.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must be performed with or without reasonable accommodation:
• Primarily moderate work, exerting up to 70 pounds of force occasionally to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Regularly required to sit or stand, walk, stoop, bend and reach outward and above the head.
• Must be able to stand on step-stool or ladder to reach upper shelf areas.
• Continuous use of hands/fingers for handling, holding, grasping, turning, picking and pinching to hold product.
• Regular use of vision to see objects. Color vision may be required for some duties.
• Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of speaking, hearing or via other effective means of communication.
• Employees may be subject to random drug and alcohol testing under FAA regulations.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
• The use of Safety Glasses and Safety Shoes are required.
• Other PPV such as earplugs, gloves, masks, etc are available, if necessary or desired for certain job functions.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:
• Work performed in a shop environment.
• Exposed to any number of elements but with none present to the extent of being disagreeable.
• May work at different work stations as shipping needs require or shift from one station to another during the shipping process.


Monday - Friday, 9:00AM - 5:30PM. Some overtime may be available.

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