Material Handler - Day Shift

Thermo Fisher Scientific Lenexa, KS

About the Job

  • Unload incoming materials and verify accuracy.
  • Report damages and inventory variances immediately.
  • Label and stock incoming materials while maintaining quality and productivity standards.
  • Pick and prep internal orders while maintaining quality and productivity standards.
  • Work cooperatively with co-workers and efficiently with little supervision, communicating verbally or in writing any discrepancies as needed.
  • Assist in Outbound warehouse as needed both in cooler (32 degrees Fahrenheit) and Dry Warehouse which is climate controlled year round.
  • Lift up to 50 pounds on a consistent basis
  • Walk and stand up to six (4) hours at a time, up to 12 hours a day, with frequent squatting, stooping, kneeling, bending and twisting at waist.
  • Accurately and legibly complete company and carrier documentation.
  • Push or pull products on a cart, weight of up to 250 pounds to push and 250 pounds to pull.
  • Push pallet jack with weight up to 1200 pounds.
  • Load refrigerated trailer trucks with pallets of products.
  • Maintain department and work area to 5S housekeeping standards
  • Listen to and follow written and verbal instructions given in the English language.
  • Report any actual or potential safety hazards to management.
  • Be an active participant in continuous improvement activities
  • Read, understand and utilize both RF scanners and computers
  • Complete work as dictated by customer needs beyond normal shift hours, willingness to volunteer for other areas/shifts.
  • Utilize fork lift/power industrial trucks safely, when/if required.
  • In addition, other duties may be assigned as the need arises.

Minimum Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Possess High School Diploma from an accredited higher learning institution or Equivalent
  • Possess basic knowledge of English and math and ability to read.
  • Ability to navigate and understand basic computer programs
  • Work in environment with temperature down to 32 degrees Fahrenheit for up to 40 hours per week.
  • Heavy lifting, walk and standing with frequent squatting, stooping, kneeling, bending and twisting at waist with occasional climbing on footstool.