Reporting to the Materials Manager, the Material Handler performs all functions required to receive, store, and kit materials and components needed to support production.
∙ Perform all operations required to receive production-related materials and shop supplies.
∙ Check material receipts against documentation to insure correct delivery.
∙ Place accepted material in designated inventory Stock location.
∙ Maintain accurate Warehouse Inventory.
∙ Perform Material Transactions in ERP system.
∙ Delivers shop supplies to proper Stock location.
∙ Receives customer-supplied material (e.g. Service items) and delivers to appropriate personnel/ location.
∙ Participates in Year-end Physical Inventory and performs Cycle Counts as required.
∙ Insures compliance with FIFO and monitors Warehouse Inventory for expiration dates.
∙ Loads outgoing shipments to customer, generates the appropriate paperwork and way bills.
∙ Loads outgoing production waste/recycling materials.
∙ Coordinates sub-contractor Receiving and Inspection documentation.
∙ When required performs QC Inspection, acceptance/rejection and documentation of incoming raw materials and components. Notify Materials Manager / Quality of any discrepancies.
∙ Print acceptance labels for all approved items.
∙ Initiates Non-Conforming Material Reports for rejected incoming materials, incoming components and WIP. Reports all quality problems to the Materials Manager/ Quality for investigation and resolution.
∙ Maintains Quarantine Area.
∙ Keeps Stock locations clean and organized.
∙ Perform any other shipping needs as required.
∙ Assist in continuous improvement programs and events.
∙ Performs other related duties as assigned.
∙ Ability to follow written instructions, diagrams, and blueprints.
∙ Ability to follow proper safety protocols.
∙ Ability to make suggestions for improving methods and quality processes.
Education and Experience:
∙ High school education or equivalent, minimum of 3 years of experience in a Manufacturing
environment. Lean Manufacturing experience a plus.
∙ Certified forklift operator preferred; ability to obtain certification is required
∙ Above average PC and math skills, with good written and oral communication skills. Attention to
∙ Knowledge of software programs (e.g. ERP,) medical product specifications, tolerances and
examples of likely defects that may be encountered in the performance of these duties.
∙ Must be able to work in noisy environments.
∙ Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds at times.
∙ Must be able to bend, stretch, squat, crawl and climb.
∙ Must be able to tolerate manufacturing process odors.