Are you self-motivated and work well independently? Do you know how to operate a forklift or front loader? Do you live near or are willing to commute to Pearsall, TX?
If yes, then we have a great opportunity for you! Kelly Services is looking for someone who can work under semi-direct supervision, be responsible for material accountability (receive, identify, inspect, cycle count, record), and unload/load shipping materials and supplies in the operation of the warehouse and storage yards.
Pick up, haul and deliver materials and operating Company automotive equipment such as cars and trucks.
Check received material for quantity; make visual inspection for identity, breakage, and condition; unload and put away material, document irregularities and abnormal conditions, Identify, sort and record material returned, prepare and pack material for shipment or storage, operate material handling equipment such as forklift trucks, or any other equipment as required, operate heavy machinery, such as Front-end Loader and Tele handler (JLG), rearrange or change of bins and racks, and make material location changes in lay down yards, assist employees of equal or higher classification, perform duties in accordance with Company safety rules, operating regulations, and practice.
Requirements: Education: High School Diploma or GED
Experience: Operating heavy equipment such as Front-end loaders, Tele handlers, All-Terrain Vehicles, and Forklifts. Warehouse or staging yard experience is beneficial. Keeping accurate inventory of all inbound and outbound shipments, checking the packing slips with the material that has arrived. Will be required to load, unload, stage and package all project material. Repetitive lifting and carrying items up to 50 lbs. Flatbed trucks are the standard form of transit, and will be required to safely load and package material for open air transport.
Must be self-motivated and willing to work independently.
Licenses/Certifications: Must meet all vehicle operation requirement as designated by federal and/or state law. Must possess a state driver-s license.