Position Summary: Shipping operators are the last company personal to handle finished product prior to delivery to customers; therefore, they should have clear understanding of product packaging standards and transportation equipment standards. Knowledge of product descriptions, palletizing methods, and lot numbers is required to ensure accurate order processing. Proper loading ensures that trailer weight meets state and interstate highway weight requirements, and that product arrives at customer free of damage. Core Functions:Perform basic order selection, picking, palletizing, and loading functions for finished product orders, which includes the following:Inspect trailers to be loaded to ensure company standards are met.Decide proper load stacking and sequence following FIFO.Verify product codes, lot numbers, and item counts. Prepare correct picking and loading records to facilitate accurate transportation documents and customer receiving documents. This will ensure accurate accounting of product and lot numbers, proper customer invoicing, as well as complete and updated finished product inventory. Maintain safe operation of transportation equipment. Lock and chock trailers for personal safety.Ensure safe storage of product to eliminate safety incidents. Maintain order and arrangement of finished product in storage areas to ensure integrity and quality of the finished product; ensure areas are neat and clean.Other tasks and activities as directed by Managers/Supervisors. Skill/Experience Requirements:High School Diploma or equivalent requiredGood math and verbal communication skillsAbility to work 1st, 2nd and 3rd shiftsCandidate must be friendly, intelligent, collaborative and hard workingAble to demonstrate proper forklift operationPhysical Demands: Order selection and loading tasks occur in 45oF environment; basic job functions involve operation of sit down fork lift truck; stooping, bending, lifting up to 50 pounds are common; stacking cases and manual stretch wrapping.Apply for this job.